Update: December 4, 2020 4:36 pm

December 4, 2020 - Reading time: ~1 minute

Due to ongoing restrictions and slight funding issues, the My Keyser Recycle project will be visited in January. For those wanting to still virtually meet within the upcoming weeks and mid January, please email [email protected].

Thank you!

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A quick My Keyser Update – Sunday, September 6, 2020, 7:34 am.

September 6, 2020 - Reading time: 39 minutes

Through much support of my peers, My Keyser has continued to gain support throughout the community regarding the recycling initiative. It is important we recycle – and – it is especially important we do it efficiently.

We are going to start focusing on which haulers will be able to contribute to the weekly-to-biweekly routes throughout Keyser and possibly portions or Mineral County itself. This means My Keyser will soon start calling on volunteers interested in contributing time and effort into retrieving recyclables from residents.

Stay tuned for a full write-up of the programs My Keyser is working to launch.

We've noted over 200 interested parties, so please continue to show your interest alongside submitting your official request via the recycling form here, https://mykeyser.com/recycle

Email: [email protected].

Thank you for reading! I hope you have a good day.

Keyser QA: Some topics

July 17, 2020 - Reading time: ~1 minute

Click here to submit a question.

- Keyser Police Department fee
- New Creek Public Service District (paying money to Keyser -providing services to New Creek)
- COVID responses dealing with schools (and those questions branch off into openings/closings, how classes are taught, etc)
- New Creek annexation?
- Parking meters
Some of the questions and topics we're hearing about and hope are discussed:
- Businesses leaving Keyser city limits

Keyser Question and Answer

July 8, 2020 - Reading time: 4 minutes

All officials and employees from the City of Keyser and Mineral County are invited to provide answers and discussion to their citizens. Social issues, financial, whatever the concern may be and regardless if one is running for office or not.

This is to create ongoing discussions with citizens optionally remaining anonymous to improve Keyser and Mineral County.

Monday July 20th, Meet and Greet 6:30 pm. The indie on Main, 15 N Main St..

City/County RSVP: https://mykeyser.com/rsvp
Question and Answer format: https://mykeyser.com/format

People may submit questions at the door or email them to [email protected] (please say if you wish to remain anonymous)

This is a perfect time for everyone to collaborate, get onboard with current issues, to solve future issues.

- City of Keyser WV
- Gary G. Howell
- All candidates running for any seat.

- Mayor Damon Tillman (remote)
- Curtis Perry, council candidate
- Billy Meek, councilman
- James Lough, council candidate
- Jim Hannas, council candidate
- Elwood Junkins, council candidate

QA Format

July 7, 2020 - Reading time: 2 minutes

Question asked:

  • Answer one given from person 1, et al.
  • 5 minutes are allocated per answer if 2 participants are present.
  • 3 minutes are allocated per answer if 3-4 participants are present.
  • 2 minutes are allocated per answer if 5 or more participants are present.


  • Responses are only offered if a person is mentioned in the answer. For example: Question: “How are you today?” Answer: “I’m great, Ty.” This enables “Ty” to respond with 2 minutes allocated. Any person named is allocated a 2-minute response, followed by a 1-minute response by the initiator, followed by a 1-minute follow-up by the named person.

Etiquette for all:

  • Never publicly disagree or argue with the mediator.
  • Never offend, disrespect, or insult another debater or mediator.
  • Do not speak out of turn or interrupt another debater or mediator.
  • Present facts truthfully.  Do not falsify or distort the facts.
  • Stay focused on the topic or question up for debate.
  • Do not become emotional in your appeals.
  • Control your tone of voice.
  • Avoid quarreling and bickering. Do not point fingers at anyone.
  • Focus on the topic, not another debater or mediator.
  • Avoid personal attacks.
  • Do not discuss physical attributes or limitations.


"Creating a better Keyser. Your Keyser." My Keyser looks to collaborate with citizens and officials throughout Keyser and Mineral County in effort to create healthy, progressive discussion. 631-663-1317

My Keyser is not affiliated with the "City of Keyser."