LAST UPDATE 1/20/2014

BOONE COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA E-911 NEWS: ---------- A Building Permit is Required When Building a Home, Setting a Single Wide, Double Wide, or Tripple Wide Mobile Home. Also Repair, or Adding To A Structure Already In Place. ---------- The Boone County E-911 Center Has Installed A New Cad System To Better Serve The People of Boone County. ---------- The Addressing Department is Looking For A Printer At This Time To Publish The Boone County West Virginia Street Map.

BOONE COUNTY,
WEST VIRGINIA E-911

The E-911 Center is Location at 1267 Smoot Ave. (Rt 85) Danville,
Next door to Lorrison's Pool & Spa.

Boone County Emergency Management Agency
1267 Smoot Ave.
P.O. Box 253
Danville, WV. 25053-0253


(304) 369-9913 E-911 Non Emergency Number
(304) 369-4214 Fax
(304) 369-7273 Greg Lay, Director BCEMA
(304) 369-7356 Danny W. Yeomans, Deputy Director BCEMA
(304) 369-3493 Guyneth White, E-911 Supervisor
(304) 369-7357 / 369-7356 Addressing Department
(304) 369-7273 / 369-7356 Flood Plain Management
(304) 369-7273 / 369-7356 Building Permits

Boone County Addressing Department
206 Court St. - RM 103
Madison, WV. 25130
(304) 369-7357 / 369-7356
(304) 369-2963 Fax

Danny W. Yeomans, Addressing Manager
Michael W. Mayhorn II, Network Administrator
James R. "Paw Paw" Moats, Field Worker

 

                                  

 

Gregory A. "Greg" Lay, Director BCEMA
Boone County Emergency Management Agency
 

Message From Director : The Boone County Emergency Operations Center was established in April 1992, by the Boone County Commission, to provide an enhanced emergency dispatch center to serve the citizens of Boone County. The goal of The Boone County Emergency Operations Center will be to provide an attentive efficient service to both the general public, and emergency service agencies, by acting as the liaison, providing assistance whenever needed.

The Boone County Emergency Operations Center services the entire 503 square miles of Boone County, providing emergency incident control for approximately 26,000 county residents. Funding for the center is provided by The Boone County Commission, and a 911 surcharge by the local telephone companies.



Danny W. Yeomans, Deputy Director BCEMA
Boone County Emergency Management Agency

Message From Deputy Director:
The Center was renamed on July 18 2007 to The Boone County Emergency Management Agency, by The Boone County Commission.

On July 4th 2008, Boone County E-911 has put in place THE WARN SYSTEM. This system will call phone numbers through out the county in cases of emergency. Like flooding, disasters, or other dangers. We will test the system from time to time. The system will call 300 to 1200 phone numbers a minute. Below is a link to sign up to have the system to call cell phone numbers. So if you have a cell phone, sign up, and the system will notify you in case of an emergency.

On 8 May 2013, the addressing, flood plain management, building permits, GIS mapping, census liaison, Boone County networking, CAD networking, and computer repair departments were moved to the Court House Annex 1st floor.




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The E-911 Center Dispatches The Following Agency's:
7 Police Agency's:
     Madison State Police
     Whitesville State Police
     Boone County Sheriff's Department
     Danville PD
     Madison PD
     Sylvester PD
     Whitesville PD
8 Volunteer Fire Departments
     Station 100 Danville
     Station 200 Madison
     Station 300 Morrisvale
     Station 400 Racine
     Station 500 Spruce River
     Station 600 Van
     Station 700 Wharton Barrett
     Station 800 Whitesville
6 EMS Stations
     Medic Station 10 Madison
     Medic Station 15 Madison
     Medic Station 20 Danville
     Medic Station 40 Racine
     Medic Station 60 Van
     Medic Station 80 Whitesville
2 West Virginia Agency
     WV DNR
     WV Fire Marshal

The Center Consists Of The Following Departments:
     E-911 Center
     Office of Emergency Services
     Emergency Operations Center
     Flood Plain Management -
Moved to Court House Annex
     Building Permits - Moved to Court House Annex
     Addressing Department - Moved to Court House Annex
     GIS Mapping - Moved to Court House Annex
     U.S. Census Liaison - Moved to Court House Annex
     Boone County Networking - Moved to Court House Annex
     Boone County Computer Repair - Moved to Court House Annex
     CAD Networking - Moved to Court House Annex



BOONE COUNTY COMMISSION MEMBERS :

Eddie J. Hendricks, Commission President
Harry M. "Mickey" Brown, Commissioner
Atholl W. "Al" Halstead, Commissioner

James A. "Jim" Gore, County Administrator
Pamela A. "Pam" White, Assistant County Administrator

 

                                             






 

E-911 Center Employee's

Gregory A. "Greg" Lay
Director BCEMA,
Flood Plain Manager,
Building Permits,
& County Safety Manager
#970
Sep 1996 PT
2/1/1997 FT
Danny W. Yeomans
Deputy Director BCEMA,
Addressing Manager,
Computer Tech,
Deputy Flood Plain Manager,
Building Permits,
GIS Coordinator,
& Census Liaison
#971
9/28/2000 PT
8/1/2001 FT
Guyneth L. (Clay) White
E-911 Dispatcher
Supervisor,
& Dispatcher
#972
7/7/1993 PT
11/30/1993
FT
Michael W. Mayhorn II
County Network Administrator,
Computer Tech,
CAD Administrator,
& Deputy Addressing Manager
#984
5/26/2008 PT
10/20/2009 FT
Gloria M. "Michele" (Ellis) Ratliff
Day Shift
Dispatcher
#973
PT
3/1/1996
FT
June L. "Sam" Massey
Night Shift
Dispatcher
#974
12/18/1998 PT
4/16/1999
FT
Christi D. (Linville) Eller
Day Shift
Dispatcher
#975
12/18/1998 PT

11/16/2001 FT
Harold D. "Jackie" Hayes
Day Shift
Dispatcher
#976
2/1/2004 PT
9/1/2004 FT
Bridget N. (Searls) Chafin
Day Shift
Dispatcher
#977
8/15/2006 PT
9/18/2007 FT
Kevin D. Dalton
Night Shift
Dispatcher
#978
8/6/2008 FT
George J. "Justin" Chafin
Swing Shift
Dispatcher
#979
 5/26/2008 PT
10/20/2009 FT
Brian M. Brake
Night
Dispatcher
#980
11/18/10 PT
10/2/2012 FT
Kristopher Barrett
Night
Dispatcher
#981
Mar 2013 PT

Vacant
Dispatcher #982
James R. "Paw Paw" Moats
Addressing Field Worker #983
11/15/2001 PT
1/6/2009 FT
Randy D. Berry II
Part Time Dispatcher #985
 9/11/2007 PT
Rodney W. Conner
Part Time Dispatcher #986
3/5/2012 PT
Michelle L. (Hale) Arthur
Part Time Dispatcher #987
9/23/11 PT
Donald Kinder
Part Time Dispatcher #988
11/16/2012 PT
Craig Long
Part Time Dispatcher #989
Mar 2013 PT
Alexandra Workman
Part Time Dispatcher #990
9/10/2013 PT
Cody Blevins
Part Time Dispatcher #991
9/10/2013 PT
Kayla Perry
Part Time Dispatcher #992
9/10/2013 PT
     
     
     

= APCO Certified (Radio)

= WEAPONS Certified (WV State Police Computer System)

= EMD Certified (Emergency Medical Dispatcher)

= Volunteer Fireman

= EMS

 = (Ex) / Police Officer

=Veteran



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History of Boone County Officials



THE PRICE OF FREEDOM

Wars   U.S.
Killed
U.S
Wounded
U.S. Cost
of War
Enemy
Killed
Enemy
Wounded
Revolutionary War
1775-1783
25,324 8,445 $3.2 bil 31,000 UK
7,800 Hessians
---
Indian Wars
1775-1890
6,125

+ 5,000 Settlers
2,156  
53,500 Indians
 
Franco-American Naval War
1798-1800
20 42      
Barbary Wars
1801-1815
35 64      
War of 1812
1812-1815
2,260 4,505 $1 bil 3,000 UK  
Marquesas Islands
1814
4 1      
West Indies
1822-1825
3 5      
Sumatra
1832
2 11      
Texas War Of Independence
1835-1836
704 138   1,000 Mexico
1,000 Civilians
 
 
Mexican War
1846-1848
13,283 32 $1.8 bil 8,000 Mexico  
Fiji
1855
1 2      
Texas Border Cortina War
1859-1860
5 18      
Civil War
1861-1865

363,020

281,104

$50 bil (U)
$21.8 bil (C)

Confederate
199,110

Confederate
137,102

Japan
1853
5 6      
Formosa
1867
1 0      
Mexico
1870
1 4      
Korea
1871
4 10      
Spanish American War
1898
2,893 1,637 $6.5 bil 62,743 Spain
190,000 Civilians
 
Philippines War
1899-1902
4,273 2,840      
Samoa
1899
4 5      
China Boxer Rebellion
1900
53 253      
Moro Campaigns
1902-1913
130 300      
Dominican Republic
1904
1 0      
Mexico
1911-1919
19 69      
Nicaragua
1912
5 16      
Haiti
1915-1920
146 26      
Dominican Republic
1916-1922
144 50      
World War I
1917-1918
116,708 US
715,000 UK
38,723 Africans
59,860 Australia
62,820 Canada
54,000 India
16,710 New Zealand
7,120 South Africa
1,357,800 France
1,700,000 Russia
204,002 US $588 bil 1,773,700 Germany
1,200,000 Austria-Hungary
88,000 Belgium
101,950 Bulgaria
5,000 Greece
950,000 Italy
300 Japan
3,000 Montenegro
7,222 Portugal
335,706 Romania
278,000 Serbia
325,000 Turkey
13,000,000 Civilians
Killed
Russia North Expedition
1918-1919
246 307      
Russia Siberia Expedition
1918-1920
170 52      
China Yangtze Service
1921-1941
5 80      
Nicaragua
1927-1932
136 66      
World War II
1941-1945
408,306 US
280,000 UK
210,000 France
10,000,000 USSR
2,050,000 China
125,000 Poland
670,846 US $4.8 tri 3,500,000 Germany
1,500,000 Japan
230,000 Italy
300,000 Romania
300,000 Yugoslavia
140,000 Hungary
55,000,000
Total Killed
Italy Trieste
1945-1947
6 14      
China Civil War
1945-1947
12 42      

Korean War
1950-1953

54,246 US
212,500 S. Korea
1,078 UK
720 Turkey
310 Canada
281 Australia
290 France
170 Greece
140 Columbia
120 Ethiopia
110 Dutch
110 Thailand
100 Belgium
90 Phillipines
103,284 US $408 bil 130,000
N. Korea

1,185,000
N. Korea Civilians

225,000 China
2,800,000 Total Killed

315,000 S. Korea Civilians

1,333,060 Killed + 1,067,740 Missing
Matsu and Quemoy
1954
3 0      
Vietnam War
1957-1975
58,219 US
224,000
S. Vietnam
4,687 S. Korea
1,000 Philippines
1,000 Thailand
492 Australia
153,356 US $584 bil 1,000,000
N. Vietnam

65,000
N. Vietnam Civilians
3,500,000 Total Killed

1,500,000
S. Vietnam Civilians
Lebanon
1958-1984
268 169      
Cuba
1962
9 0      
Panama Canal Riots
1964
4 85      
Dominican Republic
1965-1966
59 174      
South Korea
1966-1969
89 131      
Israel Attack/USS Liberty
1967
34 171      
Iran
Operation Desert One
1980
8 0      
Terrorism
1980-1991
28 0      
Grenada
1983
19 100 $76 mil 24 Cuba

60 Grenadians
 
Beirut Lebanon
23 Oct 1983
241 ---      
El Salvador
1983-1991
20 0      
Honduras
1984-1989
1 28      
Libya
1986
2 0      
Persian Gulf
1987
148 467      
Panama
1989-1990
40 240 $163 mil    
Cold War
1945-1991
         
Persian Gulf,
Operation Desert Shield/Storm
1990-1991
363 US

92 Others Coalition Forces
(24 UK)
(10 Egypt)
(6 UAE)
357 US $82 bil 85,000 Iraqi

2,500 Civilians
4,750 Kuwaiti Civilians
Somalia, Operation
Restore Hope
1991-1992
8 --- $520 mil    
Terrorism, World Trade Center
26 Feb 1993
6 1,000 +      
Terrorism
Oklahoma City
1995
168 400 +      
Terrorism
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
13 Nov 1995
7 42      
Terrorism
1995-2000
77 ---      
Terroism
Khobar Towers, Saudi Arabia
25 Jun 1996
19 500      
Kosovo 1998-1999
1,000 Serbia
1,600 Civilians
         
Yemen, USS Cole
2000
17 651      
911 Attack
New York
11 Sep 2001
2,749 ---   19
hijackers
 
911 Attack
Washington
11 Sep 2001
184 ---      
911 Attack
Flight 93
11 Sep 2001
44 ---      
Operation Endure Freedom, Afghanistan
2001-7/21/2007
Red = Updated
http://icasualties.org/oif/
U.S. 1,610 (6/6/11)
Australia 1
Canada 31
Denmark 3
France 9
Germany 18
Italy 6
Netherlands 3
Norway 1
Portugal 1
Romania 4
Spain 19
Sweden 2
U.K. 36
851 U.S.      
Operation Endure Freedom, Filipines
2002
12 ---      
Operation Iraqi Freedom, Iraq
3/19/2003-7/21/2007
As of 7/21/07
Red = Updated
http://icasualties.org/oif/
12/18/2011 Ended

http://www.icasualties.org/Iraq/index.aspx
United States 4,459 (6/6/11)
Australia 2
Britain 115
Bulgaria 13
Denmark 4
El Salvador 4
Estonia 2
Hungary 1
Italy 32
Kazakhstan 1
Latvia 1
Netherlands 2
Poland 17
Romania 2

Slovakia 3
Spain 11
Thailand 2
Ukraine 18

NON-COMBAT

United States 347
Britain 43
Other nations 19

IRAQIS KILLED

Military
6,370

American Est: Civilians and Military

12,424

British Est: Civilians and Military

21,700 to 55,000

INJURIES

US: 8,004 hostile

Contractors
349
28,806
US
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