CHARLESTON— In a new partnership with local government agencies, West Virginia Secretary of State Mac Warner is announcing that a member of his Field Services Team will be available to the public on Thursday, March 7, to assist Mineral County residents.

CHARLESTON— In a new partnership with local government agencies, West Virginia Secretary of State Mac Warner is announcing that a member of his Field Services Team will be available to the public on Thursday, March 7, to assist Mineral County residents.
Field representative Lexi Brown will set up a mobile office at the Chamber of Commerce, located at 40 ½ N. Main St. in Keyser and will be available to the public from 2- 4 p.m. 
No appointment is necessary.
The purpose of the mobile office services is to assist citizens with filing annual reports and any questions they may have.  Field representatives can also help citizens with online voter registration.
“Our professional Field Team will help make it as easy as possible for the state’s business owners and entrepreneurs to stay in compliance,” Warner said. “Our field reps are highly trained individuals and can assist citizens with just about any issue dealing with the state’s Business & Licensing Division.”
Warner reminded citizens that they can also access assistance for annual reports by going online at https://onestop.wv.gov or by calling 304-558-8000.