Oak Hill City Hall going into “lock-down” mode

OAK HILL, WV (WOAY) – Oak Hill City Hall is going into a “lock-down” mode to help control the spread of coronavirus.

Bill Hannabass tells WOAY that this has never been done before but since the CDC is recommending it, he wants to help control the spread of the coronavirus.

Hannabass says all employees will continue to work but will be mostly a one-man-band.  You won’t see two employees together unless it’s an emergency.  There will only be one worker inside the city hall and if you have any questions or needs, you can call.   The office is closed off from public access.

All and any emergency services will continue without any interruptions.

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