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Assessor to offer drive-up help

Monongalia County Assessor Mark Musick said he isn’t letting COVID-19 cancel his annual satellite sessions, but he has made some concessions.

On Wednesday, from 11 a.m.- 6 p.m., the assessor’s office will hold its first drive-up satellite at Morgantown High School.

They’ll be back at MHS on Saturday from 9 a.m.- noon. They’ll also be available during those same hours at the Arnettsville Community Center, the Clinton Community United Methodist Church Pavilion, Clay-Battelle High School and St. Mary Roman Catholic Church.

“We’re hoping people will take full advantage of this,” Musick said. “Understanding it is a drive up. They don’t have to get out of their car. They just drive up. Staff will be there to take their forms  as they would if they walked in.”

A drive-up satellite session will also be  from 3- 5 p.m. on July 15 at the Granville Municipal Building.

On July 18, sessions will be from  9 a.m.-noon at the Cheat Lake Fire    Hall, the Rock Forge Presbyterian Church, the Westover Senior Center Pavilion and  Mountainview Elementary School.

There will also be satellite sessions on July 21-22 at the WVU Health Sciences Center and July 28-29 at   Mon Health Medical Center.

“We just ask for patience, because if it goes well, you may have a line. Musick said. 

“I’ve gone out and looked at the sites and I think they’ll work. We’re pushing the community to do this. It’s not like we don’t want to see the community come in to the office, but given the circumstances we’re in, we just want to promote safety all the way around, for our employees and for the public.”

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