Rockefeller meeting with W.Va. 1st responders
KINGWOOD, W.Va. (AP) — Sen. Jay Rockefeller is heading to Kingwood to talk about new public safety legislation and its importance to West Virginia’s first responders.
He’ll be at the Army National Guard’s Camp Dawson training facility Monday morning.
That’s where National Guard officials, 911 center operators, law enforcement officers and others are attending the 6th Annual Statewide Interoperable Radio Conference.
While there, Rockefeller will also meet privately with a small group of cadets at the Mountaineer ChalleNGe Academy, then deliver a speech at a lunch gathering.