By Jean A. Flanagan –
Collecting fees for service, establishing bylaws, acquiring licenses and electing officers were all part of the discussion of the Hardy County Ambulance Authority. The HCAA held its first meeting on Thursday, March 14. Nine of the 15 appointed members were present.
Commissioner A. J. Wade presented information on the West Virginia Open Governmental Proceedings Act and spoke briefly to the group.
Wade indicated the County Commission would be randomly selecting five members of the authority to serve one-year terms, five to serve two-year terms and five to serve three-year terms. Thereafter, all members would