By Kate Shunney, The Morgan Messenger
BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. — West Virginia lawmakers had a full menu of meetings, tours and social events during their three-day interim meetings at Cacapon State Park this week.
Tours and meetings began on Sunday, November 13 with high-profile discussions on a new consultant’s report laying out how the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources should improve their service delivery to state residents.
Legislators discussed the newly-released report at multiple committee meetings Sunday, pressing consultants for practical recommendations to come out of the $1 million agency review.
On Monday, lawmakers spent the morning taking tours of Harper’s Ferry or downtown Berkeley Springs, then returning to Cacapon for afternoon committee sessions…