KEYSER - Weather, security, and lack of infrastructure … these may be among the things you worry about on a daily basis.
Do you know how any of these problems could be addressed? Every year the Mineral County Office of Emergency Management and 911 compiles an assessment of the risks and hazards that are faced in Mineral County and they need your opinion to do it effectively.

KEYSER - Weather, security, and lack of infrastructure … these may be among the things you worry about on a daily basis.
Do you know how any of these problems could be addressed? Every year the Mineral County Office of Emergency Management and 911 compiles an assessment of the risks and hazards that are faced in Mineral County and they need your opinion to do it effectively.
On July 11, 2017, Mineral County will be hosting a community town hall at the Mineral County Office of Emergency Management and 911 Center at 392 Pine Swamp Rd. in Keyser. The event starts at 6:30 p.m. and all community members are welcome to attend.
Director Luke McKenzie says, “We want to know the opinions of those who live in our communities. People who live here, work here, and raise their kids here know the area better than anyone else and we want to know what they think can be changed to make this area better equipped to handle an emergency.”
The event will involve taking a very short survey followed by community-led discussion on what risks and hazards people believe face them. Along with these risks the Office of Emergency Management also wants to know what you believe the solutions to some of these issues are.
No RSVP is necessary; simply show up to the event and give your opinion.
If you have any questions about this event or if you aren’t able to attend and would like to have your opinion known, contact the Mineral County Office of Emergency Management at 304-788-1821 or email the director directly at mineraloem@yahoo.com.