WASHINGTON, D.C. – Last Thursday, Congresswoman Carol Miller (R-WV) visited Mullens, West Virginia for a tour and discussion with local business leaders.
While there, Congresswoman Miller had lunch with various business leaders to discuss how the Mullens Foundation is working to grow the area.
Following lunch, Congresswoman Miller took a driving tour of the town to see various projects and opportunities for improvement.
Mullens has been working to rebuild since 2001, when the town faced devastating damage after extreme flash flooding.
“Mullens is a small town with a big meaning,” said Congresswoman Miller. “It symbolizes the positive things that can happen when West Virginians come together to reinvest in and revitalize their communities. I applaud the Mullens Foundation and all of the passionate citizens I met today for their hard work to rebuild Mullens – from a local pool to a historic hotel and bustling downtown.”