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County offices temporarily relocated

August 25, 2009

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. -- The offices of the Berkeley County Commission temporarily will be moved to the county's Judicial Center building at 380 W. South St. in Martinsburg because of construction in the county's administrative building, officials announced Tuesday.

Beginning Monday, County Commissioners Ronald K. Collins, William L. "Bill" Stubblefield and Anthony J. "Tony" Petrucci, County Administrator Deborah Hammond and the county's human resources department will be on the fourth floor of the judicial center.

The temporary relocation is expected to reduce access to commission offices on Friday, officals said.

The office for the county commission's legal counsel, Norwood Bentley III, will be remain in the Dunn Building at 400 W. Stephen St., but be moved to Suite 203 of the building.

Individuals interested in participating in the county's prescription discount card program may obtain packets at the county engineering offices on the second floor of the Dunn Building, officials announced.

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Telephone contact information will not be affected by the temporary relocation.

Questions about the relocation may be directed to the County Commission offices at 304-264-1923.

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