Monday, Darby Clayton and Beverly Elder, the Concerns Coordinator for District 4, visited the Preston County Commission meeting to discuss a program that Governor Justice has implemented.
The program is called SWAT, which stands for Safety With Action Today.
This will get answers to citizens in a timely manner on concerns they may have with road conditions in their area.
Citizens can fill out a SWAT form online and it will be downloaded to SWAT operators in Charleston to send out to individual districts.
Beverly Elder takes care of maintaining the data base for all six counties serviced, including Doddridge, Harrison, Marion, Taylor, Monongalia, and Preston.
“I really just want to ask the citizens of Preston County and all of the citizens in District 4, just to be respectful of the workers out there working. They’re given a list of tasks that they are to perform. If they are in question, as to how things are being done, just to contact the DOH office down in Bridgeport and voice their concerns,” said Samantha Stone, Preston County Commissioner.
You can fill out a SWAT form here.