Moorefield Council Approves July 4 Celebration with Adjustments

The Moorefield Town Council met in the Town Hall on June 16 for the first time since COVID-19 forced them into self-isolation and social distancing.

They met early to discuss proposed changes to personnel policies, proposed by Town employee supervisors.

Most suggestions involved adjusting outdated actions and chains of command or responsibility, and were fairly simple. A few requests required more information and consideration, such as funeral leave policies and drug testing.

The Council made no final decisions on larger issues, and did not finish reviewing all recommendations before time for the regular meeting to begin. The discussion was tabled until the next meeting.

July 4th

Hardy County Health Department Administrator Bill Ours discussed the Lions Club’s July 4 celebration at the Moorefield Town Park. 

“I’m on-board with what they want to do,” Ours said, requesting only that the Park close at

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The next meeting of the Moorefield Town Council will be held on Tuesday, July 7, beginning at 7 p.m. The meeting will be held at Inskeep Hall, 206 Winchester Ave. in Moorefield. The public is invited to attend.