KEYSER - The Mineral County Historic Landmarks Commission is currently working on plans to rehabilitate the former Headsville School.

For the News Tribune
KEYSER - The Mineral County Historic Landmarks Commission is currently working on plans to rehabilitate the former Headsville School.
According to Kermit Garretson, president of the commission, the the building would be restored and used for classes, meetings or other events in an historic setting.
The Landmarks Commission is also currently accepting ideas and applications from anyone wishing to have their Mineral County property designated an historic landmark.
The commission will be meeting on Thursday, May 17, at 6 p.m. at the Carskadon Mansion in Keyser. Anyone who would like to discuss their property or assist with developing plans for the Headsville School is invited to attend.
Applications for historic landmarks will be available at the meeting.
For further information, call 304-788-3989 or 304-788-0284.