Lewisburg City And Police Department Release Annual Report

By Robert Bordelon

The city of Lewisburg and the Lewisburg Police Department each released their respective 2017 annual report during the regular Tuesday, February 20, Lewisburg City Council meeting.

"Local government is the form of government that is closest to the people and provides tangible services that are important to the quality of life we enjoy on a daily basis," said Lewisburg Mayor John Manchester in the report. "Our police officers and firefighters keep us safe, public works employees plow our streets and maintain our parks, water plant operators work around the clock to provide us clean drinking water, other water department workers fix the leaks to keep that water coming to our homes and businesses, and support staffers at city hall and other facilities who keep it all running smoothly. I am proud of our city employees, and I hope you are as well."

Read more in the Thursday, February 22, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.


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