CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Ethics Commission will conduct a training on the Ethics and Open Meetings Acts on Oct. 17 in Madison as part of a statewide training initiative.

The training presentation is scheduled for 3:30 p.m. and will be held in the Commission Chambers on the third floor of the Boone County Courthouse Annex at 206 Court St.

All county and city officials and employees in the surrounding area, members of county and city boards and commissions, and the public are invited to attend. The trainings will last approximately one hour and fifteen minutes each. Registration is not required.

These trainings are part of the Ethics Commission’s efforts to educate governmental officials and employees statewide on the requirements of the Ethics Act and the Open Meetings Act. Sessions have been held throughout the state this spring and summer.

Information regarding the Ethics Act, the Open Meetings Act and the Ethics Commission may be obtained from the Commission’s website at Questions regarding the training may be directed to the Ethics Commission at 304-558-0664.

Reporter Phil Perry can be reached at or at 304-307-2401.

Reporter Phil Perry can be reached at or at 304-307-2401.