Manchin and His Representatives to Visit Flood Damage in Clay, Greenbrier and Nicolas Counties
Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV) and his representatives will continue to travel the state this week, hosting special mobile office hours and visiting community leaders to assist flood-related victims.
"Many West Virginians are still in need, and I urge those who are to call my office or talk with one of my representatives," Senator Manchin said. "To best serve West Virginians, I have deployed my staff to specific locations throughout the state, so that those in need of help can get it from my office directly. My staff can explain how to begin the FEMA process, get your needs to the appropriate authorities, and will try to assist you with anything you need. Tomorrow, I look forward to visiting with residents in Clay County and helping them in any way I can."
Senator Manchin’s representatives will have FEMA handouts and case materials to share with residents, and will also stop by to meet the most impacted communities. West Virginians will be connected to specialized caseworkers in the Senator’s office that can provide help.
More hours and locations will be added daily in flood-impacted counties. If you’d like to request Manchin Mobile Office hours to assist with flood related issues in your community, please call 304-342-5855, message Senator Manchin on Facebook or email him at Manchinmobileoffice@manchin.senate.gov.
Thursday, 10-2:00 p.m. Representative Mike Browning will be visiting with community leaders and constituents in Clay county to discuss their needs in the area, including Procious, Clay, and Bomont.
Thursday, 2 p.m. Senator Manchin visits with community leaders and constituents in Clay County to discuss their needs in the area.
Thursday, 11-2:00 p.m. Representative Justin Ray will be visiting with community leaders and constituents in Greenbrier county to discuss their needs in the area.
Thursday, 10-2 p.m. Representative Erik Neville will be visiting with community leaders and constituents in Nicholas county to discuss their needs in the area, including Craigsville and Richwood.
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