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LOGAN, WV -

A councilman for the city of Logan, WV will resign at an upcoming meeting.

The council is expected to accept the resignation of current city council member Mike Allie.

Allie and his family are well known in the community and have owned several downtown properties. The meeting is set for Oct. 8 at 6 p.m.

Mayor Serafino Nolletti said it will then be up to the city council to select a replacement. 

At that meeting, the council will also receive an update on the slide on Pine Street that has been creating concern for residents there who can no longer access their homes with their personal vehicles. The council will hear the latest about what the Federal Emergency Management Agency will be doing to help in that matter.