Reporting to the mayor and city council as a whole, the Westover City Clerk has a variety of responsibilities that include recording and archiving City of Westover council minutes, providing administrative support to city council, maintaining ordinances, deeds, resolutions and the history of the city. Additionally, the City Clerk serves as the primary election official for city council and mayoral elections. You can email Sandie at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our city directory is available within our business welcome packet.You can also check out the forms page to locate various forms required for doing business in and with the City of Westover.
City Clerk Sandra Weis
The City of Westover maintains its own police force, with Joe Adams serving as Chief of Police. Our officers take great pride in serving our community and keeping its residents safe. Should you have a question for one of our officers, please call (304) 296-6576. You can contact Chief Adama directly at email@example.com.
please call (304) 296-6576.
If you have an emergency, please dial 9-1-1.
Chief of Police Joe Adams
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Finance Director Karen Mason is responsible for all accounting activity of the City including periodic and annual financial reporting, budget preparation and monitoring, and billing and collection. Karen can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (304) 296-6860.
City Attorney Tim Stranko serves as general counsel to the City of Westover. In this capacity he renders oral and written legal opinions to the mayor and council, city manager,department directors and other staff as requested. Tim prepares court papers, contracts, ordinances, resolutions, deeds, leases, and other legal documents.
As City Prosecutor, Matthew Thorn is responsible for gathering and analyzing evidence in cases and reviewing pertinent decisions, policies, regulations, and other legal matters pertaining to the cases. In this capacity, Matt presents evidence to the appropriate Court of Law in the ultimate search for that which justice may dictate.
Judge Dimas Reyes acts in the interpretation, application and enforcement of local ordinances and applicable State laws. He performs these duties by presiding over the municipal court sessions (including pre-trials, trials, hearings and other judicial proceedings) and functioning as a magistrate.