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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — A consumer outreach and compliance specialist from the West Virginia attorney general's office will meet with Metro Valley residents this month.

Danielle Adams will discuss consumer-related issues and answer questions, Attorney General Patrick Morrisey's office said in a news release.

“These public events are a great way for consumers to talk one-on-one with our consumer representatives,” Morrisey said. “Residents can easily get questions answered, learn what is going on in their area and how to keep personal information safe and secure.”

The events all run from noon to 1 p.m. The stops will be Wednesday and May 28 at Putnam County Public Library in Hurricane, May 14 at Ceredo-Kenova Memorial Library in Kenova, May 19 at Panera Bread outdoor patio in Hurricane, May 20 at Putnam County Chamber of Commerce in Hurricane, May 21 at Wayne Public Library and May 25 at Milton Public Library.

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