Greenbrier County Commissioners Mike McClung and Lowell Rose, flanking outgoing Commission President Woody Hanna, presented Hanna with a painting of the West Virginia University, painted by Robert Tuckwiller, to commemorate his years of service to the county. Rose and McClung thanked Hanna for what he’s done for Greenbrier County. “He’s put in countless hours” as an active commission member, and that it’s likely Hanna’s “wealth of knowledge” will be needed from time to time by the commission.

Hanna’s seat on the commission will be filled by newly elected commissioner Tammy Shifflett-Tincher beginning on Jan. 8, 2019.

Hanna authorized Rose to serve as Chair of the Commission at the first January meeting, at which time a new commission president will be selected.

A recap of nearly 20 accomplishments fulfilled during Hanna’s term as county commission president were cited to include: a new service helicopter for the Greenbrier County Airport Authority, $450,000 in hotel/motel tax funds available to the county, six years of continued funding for the Greenbrier County Animal Shelter, donating $250,000 to support the WSS pool, development of the Sam Black water project by PSD #2, United SkyWest servicing Greenbrier Valley Airport, assigning…

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