Keep Critical Transit

Why is Mountain Line Transit asking voters to authorize an Excess Property Tax Levy to support transit?

Because Mountain Line faces a critical need now. As a result of serious funding cuts from the County Commission and cuts to federal funding, there is a dire financial need that can only be met with the support of the people of Monongalia County.

Mountain Line runs a tight, efficient system and we control our costs. We have the lowest cost per passenger ride in the state and one of the lowest in the US. However, we need to make up for the funding cuts or we put Mountain Line and everyone who depends on us at risk.

The stakes are high. Passing the Mountain Line Levy is critical for thousands of working residents, employers, seniors, families, students, and citizens with disabilities.

If the levy fails on May 10, we MUST cut service drastically by July 3rd. We also won't be able to replace or properly maintain our buses, and won’t be able to serve the growing areas of our community. We must act now and we need your support.

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FAQ

How do I vote on the Mountain Line Levy? Where are you on the ballot?

Mountain Line is the first local levy on the ballot. This is a Primary Election, so there will be three unique ballots available at the polls – a Democratic ballot, a Republican ballot, and a Non-Partisan ballot. You can view the sample ballots below. 

On the Democratic ballot, we are at the top of page 2 in the middle column. On the Republican ballot, we are on page 6 in the top-left corner. On the Non-Partisan ballot, we are on page 2 in the top-left corner. In all cases, look for the heading “Monongalia County Urban Mass Transportation Authority Levy”. 

 

Click here to view sample ballots on the County Clerks Website.

How will Mountain Line use the levy money?

We will use the money from the levy to keep critical transit services for thousands of working families, employers, seniors, students, and citizens with disabilities. To maintain the services we already provide, we need to make up for the funding we’re losing out on from the County Commission ($450,000), and the loss of federal funding to replace vehicles and equipment ($550,000). The majority of this levy request is to make up for those funding cuts.

 

In addition, we want to continue to best serve Monongalia County in the future, and we understand that will include expanding our service into newly developing areas ($500,000), and extending our evening service hours ($375,000).

How much will the levy cost taxpayers?

For the owner of a home with an assessed value of $100,000, the levy would cost $22 a year – less than $2 a month. Keep in mind, the levy cost depends on the assessed value of your property, so the answer varies.

Why can't you raise fares to pay for the service?

Raising the fare from $.75 up 33% to $1.00 would raise about $60,000 in funding. The County Commission is eliminating $465,000 in funding so a reasonable increase in fares won't cover the lost revenue.  Even if we raised fares to $1.50 (double the current price), it would generate only about a third of funding that is being lost at the county level alone.

What will happen if the levy doesn’t pass? What will be cut?

Mountain Line will be forced to cut more than 6,000 service hours on July 3rd, including eliminations and reductions of many routes. We will be unable to provide service to any newly growing areas of Monongalia County – such as Mylan Park, or the new exit off I-79.

 

In addition, our vehicle replacements will need to be smaller, lighter duty vehicles that will at times be over capacity, leaving people standing at the curb.

 

The link below shows the routes that would be eliminated or impacted on July 3rd if the levy fails.

http://site.busride.org/LevyServiceImpactsforMorgantown.pdf

Why do we need a levy? It seems like the buses are always empty…

Simply put – the buses aren’t always empty. Like any business, transit service has busier and slower times. If you go to a popular restaurant at 3 pm in the afternoon, it probably isn't full. But at 6 pm on a Friday night, you’ll need a reservation. We deal with the same issues - we frequently leave passengers standing at the curb because the bus is full. Some routes are standing room only on a regular basis. We aim to remain highly efficient by using different size buses on different routes, based on capacity. 

Why can’t WVU pay more? Don’t their students ride for free?

Our partnership with WVU certainly makes up a large chunk of our ridership. The University funds the entire cost of three routes, the Blue and Gold, the Valley View, and the Campus PM late night buses. In addition to footing the bill for those routes, any other WVU rides (on any other route) are paid for by WVU at the exact same cost ($0.75 cents) as everyone else. WVU is already paying its fair share.

Is Mountain Line keeping its cost down to deal with decreased funding?

Mountain Line already runs one of the most efficient systems in the state. Compared to other transit systems in West Virginia, we have the 2nd largest number of riders, but have less local funding than six other major transit systems. We have the best cost recovery, and the lowest cost per passenger trip in the entire state. We’ve managed to grow our number of passenger rides by 350% and our service hours by 40% in the past 19 years – and all with almost no increase in local funding.

Why are there so many levies on the ballot? There are too many taxes!

We understand that there are an extraordinary number of new tax levies on the ballot this May. Our staff lives and works in Monongalia County and we pay taxes here, too. While this is a difficult time for Mountain Line to ask for a tax increase that requires a 60% supermajority for passage, our needs are critical!

 

It would be terribly irresponsible of us to not pursue a levy in the face of these huge and immediate funding cuts. We would fail our riders and the residents of Morgantown and Monongalia County by slashing the services that people rely and depend on to get to work, to the doctor, to school, to shop, and to socialize.

 

To make matters worse, the people who will lose service include some of our most transit-dependent residents – those with the fewest options and alternatives. This includes many riders living in the more rural areas of our community, as well as our riders with disabilities and senior riders. 

Why pay for public transit? Why not privatize the transit system?

Local residents use Mountain Line to make over 1,000,000 trips a year to jobs, stores, healthcare, appointments, and schools throughout Monongalia County. Major employers like WVU, healthcare providers, restaurants, retailers and many other businesses rely on us to transport workers and customers. National studies have shown that every $1 invested in transit returns $4 to our local economy. 

As for privatization - public transit exists because private transit operators went out of business across the country in the late 60's and early 70's. Transit service is subsidized across the United States without exception through a combination of local, state, and federal funding. 

It's Critical to Me...

  • I am a big fan of Mountain Line!!!! First and foremost, thank you for your presence here in our community. I just wish that more people would be aware of the potential to truly connect Morgantown/surrounding areas via public transportation. Like you noted, so many people depend on the bus service. Hoping our community leaders will be aware of the importance of Mountain Line. Thank you!!!!

    Dilip Chandran
  • Thank you for the updates, with this crazy weather. And thanks so much to the AWESOME drivers, going out in this weather to be sure we can get to where we are going!

    feeling thankful. Toni D. Hovatter
  • I have ridden the bus in the past and still find it useful and important. Not everyone has the luxury/use of a vehicle. It's good to know that people have the independence to have a reliable bus service. I'm hoping that even those with vehicles will still vote " yes " for this very important service offered to the community.

    Alicia Murray;
  • Encourage everyone to vote for the increase as the funds will continue services throughout Monongalia County.

    Tom S Witt;
  • I rely on the bus so much. I use cassville and red line to get to work everyday. I use the purple line to take my kids to there appointments. I use pink line to go pay my bills. I use green line to pay my phone bill. So many people use the buses everyday. Losing the routes would be traggic.

    Carol Edwards

I'm voting "For"

Monica Martin-Marietta, Executive Director, Stepping Stones

Cookie Coombs, Visitor’s Bureau

Cindy Colasante, Visitor’s Bureau

Jill Hess, WVU Office of Accessibility Services

Chet Parsons, Senior Planner at AECOM

Pam Feathers, MECCA 911

Bill Austin, Executive Director, Morgantown Monongalia MPO

Laurie Austin, Morgantown resident

Mike Paugh, Monongalia County Commission GIS Analyst and Flood Plain Coordinator

Lynn Keener, Morgantown Resident

Carol Mangone, Phd, CHES, Owner CAE Solutions

Rebecca Ernest, Monongalia County Resident

Paula Taylor 

Leah Hinerman, MSW, LGSW Clinical Care Coordinator

Jessica Staley, MSW

Cynthia Woodyard, Hospice Care Corporation

Julia Hamilton, Monongalia County Resident, 2016 Class of Leadership Monongalia

Tammie Wolfe, PACE Enterprises

John Krouse, Community Liaison, Van Deysen ElderLaw, Community Living Initiatives Corporation Board Member

Regina Mayolo, Executive Director, Community Living Initiatives Corporation

Betty Maxwell, Community Living Initiatives Corporation Board Member

Don Spencer, Community Living Initiatives Corporation Board Member

Katie Mehle, Monongalia County Resident

Margaret Carrico, Monongalia County Resident, CAC member

Joseph LaNeve, Monongalia County Resident 

Jared LaNeve, Monongalia County Resident

Jocelyn LaNeve, Monongalia County Resident

Natalie de Souza Sterci, Monongalia County Resident

Beth Nair, Monongalia County Resident

William Sochko, Manager, WorkForce WV (Monongalia County)

Judy Pratt 

Bonnie Williams, Monongalia County Resident

Jennifer Spring, HRDF

Jennifer DeWitt, Rehabilitation Counselor, DRS

Jeffrey Kester, Rehabiliation Employment Specialist, WVDRS

Hollie McIntyre-McGilton, Monongalia County Resident

Beth Mayfield, Monongalia County Resident

Donna Cyr, PACE Enterprises

Allen Feldman, The Dirty Come Clean Laundry

Penny Womeldorf, Monongalia County Resident

Jim Womeldorf, Monongalia County Resident

Todd Dorcus, WV DPT

Kimberly Pifer, RN, Monongalia County Resident

Taryn Pifer, Monongalia County Resident, WVU Student

W. Scott Wayne, Ph.D., Associate Professor Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, WVU

Larry Calemine, RPH, Monongalia County Resident

Doreen Seamon, Attorney and Counselor of Law

Daria Jones

Terra McColley, Monongalia County Resident

George Huntzicker

Philip M. Wright

Frank Scafella, Monongalia County Resident

Garrett Brown, WVU Student

CLIC (Community Living Initiatives Corporation)

Emma Carte, Monongalia County Resident, WVU Student

Haley Mutz, Monongalia County Resident, WVU Student

Molly Bragg, Monongalia County Resident, WVU Student

Nicolle Gierboini, Monongalia County Resident, WVU Student

Eliana Tanger, Monongalia County Resident, WVU Student

Chinwe Ejimofor, Monongalia County Resident, WVU Student

Hannah Williams, Monongalia County Resident, WVU Student

Ty Bradley, Monongalia County Resident

Kevin Buckley, Monongalia County Resident

Stephanie Buckley, Monongalia County Resident

Rusty Davis, Monongalia County Resident, Business Owner

Jon Hayes, Monongalia County Resident, Business Owner

Julie Hayes, Monongalia County Resident, Business Owner

Joseph Donata, Monongalia County Resident

Walter McDougal, Monongalia County Resident

Natalya Kuruetsova, WVU Student Monongalia County Resident

Tonya Grooms, Monongalia County Resident

Michael R, Monongalia County Resident

Michael Bean, Monongalia County Resident

Jonathan Graley, Monongalia County Resident

Lorene Kesling, Monongalia County Resident

Amanda Greaver, Monongalia County Resident

Patty A. Taylor, Monongalia County Resident

Sabrina Barnett, Monongalia County Resident

Juan Torres, Monongalia County Resident

Blake Stewart, Monongalia County Resident

Lyla Grandstaff, Monongalia County Resident

Billie Ramsey, Monongalia County Resident

Shanna Johnson, Monongalia County Resident

Bobby Hill, Monongalia County Resident

Sharon L Birch, Monongalia County Resident

Amelia Bieniek, Monongalia County Resident

Daren Bieniek, Monongalia County Resident

Ruth Marsh, Monongalia County Resident

Rebecca Reda, Monongalia County Resident

Donald Cress, Monongalia County Resident

Jeff Edwards, Monongalia County Resident

Sarah Edwards, Monongalia County Resident

William Boggs Jr., Monongalia County Resident

Sabrina Hanlon, Monongalia County Resident

Lisa Maxey, In Touch and Concerned, Monongalia County Business

Margaret Carrico, Monongalia County Resident

Carl Bucker III, Monongalia County Resident

Richard Dumas, Monongalia County Resident

Donna Stimmell, Monongalia County Resident

David Lazzell, Monongalia County Resident

Tammy Thorne, Monongalia County Resident

Regina Kalisz, Monongalia County Resident

Concetta McGee, Monongalia County Resident

Jonathan Pyles, Monongalia County Resident

Rebecca Frame, Monongalia County Resident

Diane Mayle, Monongalia County Resident

Barbara Miller, Monongalia County Resident

Denise Exley, Monongalia County Resident

Dorcas Hosey, Monongalia County Resident

Lyn Kenner, Monongalia County Resident

Clement Soloman, Monongalia County Resident

Valerie Hose Romec, Pat Stewart Relators, Monongalia County Resident

Rilla Teets, Monongalia County Resident

Margaret Tordella, Monongalia County Resident

James Juristy, Monongalia County Resident

Susan Jackson, Monongalia County Resident

Melanie Barry, Monongalia County Resident

Nancy Goss, Monongalia County Resident

Kevin Williamson, Monongalia County Resident

Brain Parks, Monongalia County Resident

Douglas Michael, Monongalia County Resident

John Cooke, Monongalia County Resident

Barbara Schaupp, Monongalia County Resident

Nancy Cook, Monongalia County Resident

Benda Hart, Monongalia County Resident

Cynthia Bucy, Monongalia County Resident

Sherry J. McEwuen, Monongalia County Resident

Tom L. Edwards, Monongalia County Resident

Mindy Riley, Monongalia County Resident

Patricia Pumphey, Monongalia County Resident

Crystal Joesph, Monongalia County Resident

Joesph Goodwin, Monongalia County Resident

Star Winland, Monongalia County Resident

Steve Upole, Monongalia County Resident

Genevieve Moore, Monongalia County Resident

Ashley M Sine, Monongalia County Resident

Tara Roberts, Monongalia County Resident

Danford L. Nelson, Monongalia County Resident

Christopher D., , Monongalia County Resident

Natalya K. , Monongalia County Resident

Walter McDougal, Monongalia County Resident

Tonya Goods, Monongalia County Resident

Jonathan Graley, Monongalia County Resident

Lorence Kesling, Monongalia County Resident

Amanda Greaver, Monongalia County Resident

Patty A. Taylor, Monongalia County Resident

Sabrina Barrets, Monongalia County Resident

Jaun Torres, Monongalia County Resident

Sylbanus Waibogha, Monongalia County Resident

Kimberly Alexander, Monongalia County Resident

Dorothy Dezzutti, Monongalia County Resident

Kimberly Cooper, Monongalia County Resident

Susan Summers, Monongalia County Resident

Daniel Levdansky, Monongalia County Resident

Mike Peters, Monongalia County Resident

Allan Karlin, Monongalia County Resident

Christiaan Abildso, Monongalia County Resident

Ro Brooks, Monongalia County Resident

Lynn Castro, Monongalia County Resident

Kendra Coles, Monongalia County Resident

Emily Galeota, Family Nurse Practitioner, Milan Puskar Health Right

Lauren Gerchufsky, Monongalia County Resident

Amanda Graver, Monongalia County Resident

Brandon Gregory, Monongalia County Resident

Joseph James, Chair, Morgantown Municipal Green Team

Ben Kessler, Monongalia County Resident

Dave Kessler Monongalia County Resident

Jennifer Kimbrel, Monongalia County Resident

Savannah Mcle-Comberiati, Monongalia County Resident

Seth Mitchell, Monongalia County Resident

Jennifer Nieusma, Monongalia County Resident

Seth Porter, Monongalia County Resident

Katrina Schnopp, Sr. Marketing Admissions, Genesis Healthcare

Melody Siracusa, Monongalia County Resident

Margaret Stout, Monongalia County Resident

Caitlin Sussman, Monongalia County Resident

Jing Zhang, Monongalia County Resident

Sherry J. McEwuen, Monongalia County Resident; retired citizen

Tom L Edwards, Monongalia County Resident

Mindy Riley, Monongalia County Resident

Madeleine Wiggs, Monongalia County Resident

Tracy Donth, Monongalia County Resident

Patricia Pumphrey, Monongalia County Resident

Crystal Joseph, Monongalia County Resident

Joseph Goodwin, Monongalia County Resident

Star Winland, Monongalia County Resident

Steve Upole, Monongalia County Resident

Genevieve Moore, Monongalia County Resident

Ashley Sines, Monongalia County Resident

Katherine Johnston, Monongalia County Resident

Jerry Fulk, Monongalia County Resident

Alishia Demasies, Monongalia County Resident

Jayshaun Thomas, Monongalia County Resident

Samantha Lauther, Monongalia County Resident

Shawn Hagedorn, Monongalia County Resident

Benson Rogers, Monongalia County Resident

Mary Rose, Monongalia County Resident

Mark Rubin, Monongalia County Resident

Alire Rubin, Monongalia County Resident

Kathy Purkey, Monongalia County Resident

Ann Richard, Monongalia County Resident

Mel Sterbutzel, Monongalia County Resident

Marty Sterbutzel, Monongalia County Resident

Cynthia Chambers, Monongalia County Resident

Dennis Chambers, Monongalia County Resident

Toni Pieper, Monongalia County Resident

Cecilia Spade, Monongalia County Resident

Paige Royse, Monongalia County Resident

Lori May, Monongalia County Resident

Lynn Harper, Monongalia County Resident

Linda Felton, Monongalia County Resident

Wanda Spencer, Monongalia County Resident

Linda Moore, Monongalia County Resident

Stephanie Christiansen, Monongalia County Resident

Andrew Socolow, Monongalia County Resident

Annetta Johnson, NWVCIL Administrative Director

Kyle Wiggs, WAJR Radio Host, Monongalia County Resident

Shelly Purkey, Monongalia County Resident

Stormy Matlick, Monongalia County Resident

Shirley  Mefford, Monongalia County Resident

Donald Dalton, Monongalia County Resident

Daniel Sanschagrin, Monongalia County Resident

Mary Cupp, Monongalia County Resident

Robert Pinkney, Monongalia County Resident

Helen Bartolo, Monongalia County Resident

Charles Wilson, Monongalia County Resident

Larry Morgan, Monongalia County Resident

Roger Cain, Monongalia County Resident

Donna Pixler-Davis, Monongalia County Resident

Candace Twigg, Monongalia County Resident

Carolyn Doerr, Monongalia County Resident

Donna Kelley, Monongalia County Resident

James Kelley, Monongalia County Resident

Dorothy Murphy, Monongalia County Resident

William Murphy, Monongalia County Resident

Dalton Bucklew, Monongalia County Resident

Judith Raese, Monongalia County Resident

Darlene Dunn, Monongalia County Resident

Meredith Christy, Monongalia County Resident

Tom Witt, Monongalia County Resident

Maria Mancini, Monongalia County Resident

Kim Pulumbo, Monongalia County Resident

Ailynn Orteza, Monongalia County Resident

Jeannie Kuhn, Monongalia County Resident

Charlie McEwven, Monongalia County Resident

Leilani Pierce Davis, Monongalia County Resident

Bonnie McBee Fisher, Monongalia County Resident

Mike Forte, Monongalia County Resident

Janet Nelson Williams, Monongalia County Resident

Susan Riddle, Monongalia County Resident

Sharon Ryan, Monongalia County Resident

Susan Dotson, Monongalia County Resident

Barbara Watkins, Monongalia County Resident

William Gibson, Monongalia County Resident

Kelly Nix, Monongalia County Resident

Bob Merow, Monongalia County Resident

Julie Rea Mills, Monongalia County Resident

Diane DeMedici, Monongalia County Resident

Bobbie Conklin, Monongalia County Resident

Linda Herbst, Monongalia County Resident

Harri Kuehn Joesph, Monongalia County Resident

D. Lyn Dotson, Monongalia County Resident

Amy Johns, Monongalia County Resident

Andrew Cutright, Monongalia County Resident

Roger Cutright, Monongalia County Resident

Michel Biafora, Monongalia County Resident

Ann Howes O’neal, Monongalia County Resident

Kathy Rassekh, Monongalia County Resident

Pamela Ball, Monongalia County Resident

Cynthia Strafoce, Monongalia County Resident

Holly Schwartz Temple, Monongalia County Resident

Kristin Coldsnow, Monongalia County Resident

Todd Gaujot, Monongalia County Resident

Michelle Umble, Monongalia County Resident

Joell Nestor Olson, Monongalia County Resident

Randy Williams, Monongalia County Resident

John Woods, Monongalia County Residen

Patricia Bonner, Monongalia County Resident

Amber Sakacsi, Monongalia County Resident

Kathy Miller, Monongalia County Resident

Ashleigh E., Monongalia County Resident

Gelnn Gallogher, Monongalia County Resident

Robert Lee, Monongalia County Resident

Roger Hughes, Monongalia County Resident

Debbie D. Linder, Monongalia County Resident

Morgan Stevens, Monongalia County Resident

Patricia A Taylor, Monongalia County Resident

Donna Logan, Monongalia County Resident

Brian Holland, Monongalia County Resident

Christine Taylor, Monongalia County Resident

Ronald Flowers, Monongalia County Resident

Debbie Fada, Monongalia County Resident

Katherine Valentine, Monongalia County Resident

Mindy Riley, Monongalia County Resident

Shaun Crites, Monongalia County Resident

Jackie Crites, Monongalia County Resident

Carol Hall, Monongalia County Resident

Ed Viola, Monongalia County Resident

Mark Miller, Monongalia County Resident

Linnie Wiley, Monongalia County Resident

Tony Riley, Monongalia County Resident

Jim Brown, Monongalia County Resident

Robert Taylor, Monongalia County Resident

John Smyth, Monongalia County Resident

Mark Goff, Monongalia County Resident

Susan Tenney, Monongalia County Resident

Jay Ziehm II, Monongalia County Resident 

Brenda Ziehm, Monongalia County Resident

Jay Jiehm, Monongalia County Resident

Robert A Skidmore, Monongalia County Resident

Gerald Lucas, Monongalia County Resident

Justin Coleman, Monongalia County Resident

Andrea Gump, Monongalia County Resident

Gary Smith, Monongalia County Resident

Matthew Foxen, Monongalia County Resident

Kevon E. Miller, Monongalia County Resident

Lisa Coleman, Monongalia County Resident

D. Lynn Castro, Monongalia County Resident

Les Bullis, Monongalia County Resident

Randy Yost, Monongalia County Resident

Floyd Zeigler, Monongalia County Resident

Bonnie Bowken, Monongalia County Resident

S. Murry, Monongalia County Resident

Keith Leavengood, Monongalia County Resident

Mandie Kisner, Monongalia County Resident

Ellie Hart, Monongalia County Resident

Laura Spear, Monongalia County Resident

Cassie N. Taylor, Monongalia County Resident

Kelly Morgan, Monongalia County Resident

Patricia Green, Monongalia County Resident

Joesph Bowen, Monongalia County Resident

Chad E. Taylor, Monongalia County Resident

Lindara Rani, Monongalia County Resident

Beth Wadsworth, Monongalia County Resident

Theresa Glagala, Monongalia County Resident

Joe Cornold, Monongalia County Resident

Gary Shultz, Monongalia County Resident

Alvin Turner, Monongalia County Resident

Tony Riley, Monongalia County Resident

Jim Brown, Monongalia County Resident

Darien Rush, Monongalia County Resident

Aaron B.,  Monongalia County Resident

Ginger Burns, Monongalia County Resident

Shawn Martisho, Monongalia County Resident

Stephen Rieldell, Monongalia County Resident

Amy King, Monongalia County Resident

Allison Kell, Monongalia County Resident

Chris Kell, Monongalia County Resident

James Edwards, Monongalia County Resident

Joey Traitor, Monongalia County Resident

Melody Siracusa, Monongalia County Resident

Cristy Lamar, Monongalia County Resident

Curtis Goodman, Monongalia County Resident

Ricky Palmer, Monongalia County Resident

Shirley Gibson, Monongalia County Resident

Victoria Taylor, Monongalia County Resident

Bob Taylor, Monongalia County Resident

Fran Taylor, Monongalia County Resident

John Jolly, Monongalia County Resident

Stephanie Murray, Monongalia County Resident

Fran Sullivan, Monongalia County Resident

Elizabeth Randolph, Monongalia County Resident

Tanya Everson , Monongalia County Resident

Michael Weaver, Monongalia County Resident

Jake Wade, Monongalia County Resident

Shawn Toya, Monongalia County Resident

Shawn Hagedorn, Monongalia County Resident

Chasidy Conner, Monongalia County Resident

Toni Hovattor, Monongalia County Resident

Rodney Smith, Monongalia County Resident

David Dillard, Monongalia County Resident

Akasha Brewer, Monongalia County Resident

Jeff Austin, Monongalia County Resident

Josephy Dorrto, Monongalia County Resident

Mary A. Harden, Monongalia County Resident

Daniel D’angelo, Monongalia County Resident

Danny Fox, Monongalia County Resident

Lonaine Jones, Monongalia County Resident

Relice Ternandez, Monongalia County Resident

Michelle Holland, Monongalia County Resident

John Resabugser¸ Monongalia County Resident

John Lambertson, Monongalia County Resident

Raef Lambertson, Monongalia County Resident

Gregory Elmes, Monongalia County Resident

Jeanne Elmes, Monongalia County Resident

David Breakey, Monongalia County Resident

Janet Merrill, Monongalia County Resident

John Merrill, Monongalia County Resident

Terry Nebel, Monongalia County Resident

Shirly Nebel, Monongalia County Resident

Jeffery White, Monongalia County Resident

Linda White, Monongalia County Resident

Jack Hammersmith, Monongalia County Resident

Jean Hammersmith, Monongalia County Resident

Wanda Shaver, Monongalia County Resident

Elizabeth Fones-Wolf, Monongalia County Resident

Carolyn Clevenger, Monongalia County Resident

Doug Clevenger, Monongalia County Resident

Deborah Green, Monongalia County Resident

Julie Phillips, Monongalia County Resident

Jennifer Lewis, Monongalia County Resident

Harry Davis, Monongalia County Resident

Rebecca Davis, Monongalia County Resident

Desil, Monongalia Country Resident

Jodie Bron, Monongalia County Resident

Marie Dunham, Monongalia County Resident

Sindheyi V., Monongalia County Resident

Javeon, Monongalia County Resident

Shirley Mayle, Monongalia County Resident

Erin, Monongalia County Resident

Mariah, Monongalia County Resident

Stephanie, Monongalia County Resident

Cornella M. Braham, Monongalia County Resident

Juan C. Torres, Monongalia County Resident

Patty Taylor, Monongalia County Resident

Wm. Ostercina, Monongalia County Resident

Richard, Monongalia County Resident

Coach, Monongalia County Resident

Ted Vehse, Monongalia County Resident

Dennis Kerns, Monongalia County Resident

Cindy Weilzel, Monongalia County Resident

Tina Thomas, Monongalia County Resident

French Temple, Monongalia County Resident

Laci Workman, Monongalia County Resident

Cheyenne Carder, Monongalia County Resident

Noah Schumaker, Monongalia County Resident

Steve L. Upole, Monongalia County Resident

Alexander Siracusa, Monongalia County Resident

Erica Bernard, Monongalia County Resident

Safiya Carr Jr., Monongalia County Resident

Fountain Ebony, Monongalia County Resident

Chad Carder, Monongalia County Resident

Audrey Sims, Monongalia County Resident

Joshua Forrest, Monongalia County Resident

Katie Goff, Monongalia County Resident

Ava Goff, Monongalia County Resident

Tyler Goff, Monongalia County Resident

Gary Maust, Monongalia County Resident

Adelheid Schapp, Monongalia County Resident

David Weaver, Monongalia County Resident

Bob Pirner, Monongalia County Resident

Karon Chioso, Monongalia County Resident

Sharon Richman, Monongalia County Resident

John Chioso, Monongalia County Resident

Erin Graber, Monongalia County Resident

Sunil Zia, Monongalia County Resident

Lisa Giulliani, Monongalia County Resident

L.J. Giulliani, Monongalia County Resident

Pat Crytser, Monongalia County Resident

Tara Curtis, Monongalia County Resident

Erica Mancini, Monongalia County Resident

Monica Nassif Haddad, Monongalia County Resident

Blake Stewart, Monongalia County Resident

Keith Cummings, Monongalia County Resident

Shirley Cummings, Monongalia County Resident

Roger Miller Jr., Monongalia County Resident

Tonya Miller, Monongalia County Resident

Russell Richards, Monongalia County Resident

Scott Walker, Monongalia County Resident

Shasta Bell, Monongalia County Resident

Barbie Hawthorn, Monongalia County Resident

Nancy Richmond, Monongalia County Resident

Diana Frisco, Monongalia County Resident

Amy Feinberg, Monongalia County Resident

Mike Scordato, Monongalia County Resident

Bill Byrne, Monongalia County Resident

Nikki Bowman, Monongalia County Resident

Pete Hornsby, Monongalia County Resident

David Stead, Monongalia County Resident

Mike Mosser, Monongalia County Resident

Jean Hagen, Monongalia County Resident

John DeAngelis, Monongalia County Resident

John Taylor, Monongalia County Resident

Mark Newhouse, Monongalia County Resident

John Daniels, Monongalia County Resident

Andrea Cole, Monongalia County Resident

Lorraine Janes, Monongalia County Resident

Glotfelty Tire Center, Monongalia County Business

Robert Clark, Monongalia County Resident

Bonnie Fisher, Monongalia County Resident

Dennis Ruscello, Monongalia County Resident

Edith Ruscello, Monongalia County Resident

Taressa Castell, Monongalia County Resident

Adam Roh, Monongalia County Resident

Fredrick Jarvis, Monongalia County Resident

Twyla Meding, Monongalia County Resident

Kimberlee Casselman, Monongalia County Resident

Frederick Smith, Monongalia County Resident

Annamarie Smerka, Monongalia County Resident

Charles Harris, Monongalia County Resident

Arthur Pavlovic, Monongalia County Resident

Myra Lowe, Monongalia County Resident

Jeffrey Ward, Monongalia County Resident

Terri Ward, Monongalia County Resident

William Wiley, Monongalia County Resident

Richard Joliff, Monongalia County Resident

Susan Joliff, Monongalia County Resident

Dennis McGuane, Monongalia County Resident

Glenda Gray, Monongalia County Resident

Lowell Gray, Monongalia County Resident

Betty Smith, Monongalia County Resident

Kathryn Beamer, Monongalia County Resident

Mike Glagola, Monongalia County Resident

Michael Gunther, Monongalia County Resident

Amanda Gunther, Monongalia County Resident

Donald Turner, Monongalia County Resident

 

Mountain Line Employees

 

David Bruffy, General Manager, Mountain Line Transit Authority

Maria Smith, Mountain Line Transit Authority

Paul Burns, CCTM, Operations Officer Mountain Line Transit

Wayne Pifer, CCTM, Assistant Manager Mountain Line Transit

Kelli LaNeve, Mobility Coordinator, Mountain Line Transit Authority

Ashley Grabenstein, Mountain Line Transit Authority

Noel Clemmer, Mountain Line Transit Authority

Tracy DeBardi, Mountain Line Transit Authority

Ann Cox, Mountain Line Transit Authority

Robert Hoag, Mountain Line Transit Authority

Martin Hall, Mountain Line Transit Authority

James Paugh Jr., Mountain Line Transit Authority

Marlene Stevens, Mountain Line Transit Authority

James Paugh Sr., Mountain Line Transit Authority

Floyd Long, Mountain Line Transit Authority

Darren Garner, Mountain Line Transit Authority