After roughly a year of shutdowns and capacity limitations, Gov. Jim Justice announced Friday that businesses will be able to open their doors to full capacity. However, social distancing must still be maintained.
“It’s the only way FEMA knows where we’ve been hit at. They need those addresses so they can come out and look at the situation to make determinations on everybody’s individual needs,” said the county judge-executive.
The West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection (WVDEP) is currently investigating a blowout from the former T&T Mine Complex that is discharging into the confluence of Muddy Creek and the Cheat River in Preston County.