In conjunction with their partners throughout the state, Dr. J. Philip Saul said this will provide a chance to right a historical wrong.
"I'm not really sure why we really are at this point where we need to reaffirm what the voters of Mon County overwhelmingly displayed just a few weeks ago," Commissioner Sean Sikora said.
"If the council fails to repeal the referred ordinance within 30 days after the petition was finally determined sufficient, it shall submit the referred ordinance to the voters of the city," City Manager Robin Gomez said.
"I believe it shows confidence in what the Sheriff's Department does in the community -- that this verdict came in in this fashion," Hawkins said.
It's unclear if any additional layoffs are planned at this time.
Testimony will pause in observance of Veterans Day on Friday, but will resume early next week.
Cathers, 45, was killed in a deputy-involved shooting on June 5, 2015.
The Morgantown Police Department and Alcohol Beverage Control Administration (ABC) cited an additional 20 people over the weekend.
Sgt. A.D. Coe took the stand Tuesday on the second day of the wrongful death suit filed by Cathers' estate.
Now in it's eighth year, Bonnie's Bus has performed around 15,000 mammograms and found 64 cases.
Amanda Gifford, 34, of Morgantown, admitted to unlawful use of a communication facility in March 2017
Crystal Michelle Haggarty, 34, of Bridgeport, faces a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison and a $1,000,000 fine.
The 2015 shooting death of then 45-year-old Christie Cathers has been subject to a number of legal disputes since the original lawsuit was filed in Jan. 2016 in Monongalia County.
The hearing, scheduled for Monday afternoon at 2:30, is continued and has not been rescheduled.
Anyone with information can call State Police at (304) 637-0200.
Two people in the vehicle were arrested.
Troy Clemons, the school's 64th Mountaineer, was arrested Oct. 27 for driving under the influence.
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Blue Zones could explain why some populations live longer than others.
"I saw these bodies lying around," Downing said. "It occurred to me that their parents would never know how they spent their last hours."