<a href="https:\/\/mountainmedianews.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/sites\/13\/2015\/04\/200px-Map_of_West_Virginia_highlighting_Greenbrier_County.svg.png"><img class="alignleft size-full wp-image-11683" alt="200px-Map_of_West_Virginia_highlighting_Greenbrier_County.svg" src="https:\/\/mountainmedianews.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/sites\/13\/2015\/04\/200px-Map_of_West_Virginia_highlighting_Greenbrier_County.svg.png" width="200" height="178" \/><\/a>A short, quiet county commission meeting was held Wednesday, the morning after Tuesday\u2019s general election. Greenbrier County County Commission President Mike McClung offered his thanks to those county citizens for \u201cstanding with him for Greenbrier.\u201d McClung retained his seat on the commission with 6,257 votes, beating out both Democrat candidate Brad Tuckwiller, who garnered 5,155 votes, and Independent candidate Donna Campbell Nickell, who captured 2,315 votes. There were also 15 write-in votes offered for county commissioner.\r\nCounty Clerk Robin Loudermilk, who ran unopposed and was also a winner in the election, stated the Greenbrier County Clerk\u2019s office was hampered in conducting ballot counts Tuesday night when a computer\u2019s hard drive crashed. Election officials were forced to wait until another computer from another county was found, delivered and updated with Greenbrier County data so the count could continue. Commissioner Lowell Rose said they didn\u2019t finish processing the election results until after 4 a.m. Wednesday morning.\r\nIn other business:\r\n\u2022 Service Manager Ashley Butler with the Greenbrier County Health Department provided a quarterly update for the commission, in which she detailed the June flood relief efforts of the health department. She said by Wednesday, June 22, the department knew a storm was coming and made preparations with an order of 200 units of the tetanus vaccine. Once the storm arrived, they realized they were under-prepared.\r\n\u201cWe knew a storm was coming, but the storm we got wasn\u2019t what we expected,\u201d she said.\r\nThe department quickly reached out to the Rainelle Medical Center for supplies and more tetanus units. They also received aid from the Robert C. Byrd Clinic and the Greenbrier Physicians Clinic. The Pocahontas County medical administrator arrived with supplies and stayed to offer a hand as well. The nurses administered between 1,300 and 1,500 tetanus vaccine shots to flood victims with the support and assistance of several medical clinics across the county and beyond. Butler said shelters were inspected, food supplies administered and water samples were taken. FEMA reimbursed the health department for employee overtime hours and for supplies with $10,000, she said.\r\n\u2022 The commission approved a contract renewal with Courthouse Sentinel Managed Services and the net-defense internet security contract for fiscal year 2016-2017, tabled at the previous meeting, will provide the county with more stringent security and added services to the old jail, the sheriff\u2019s office, the prosecutor\u2019s office and the Day Report Center.\r\n\u2022 Prosecuting Attorney Patrick Via received approval to hire a new Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) grant employee, Tessa Nicole Mitchell, to serve for one year in the prosecutor\u2019s office to assist with processing crime victim compensation and victim assistance programs. Via said he had submitted her resume for the commission to review and that a background check has been satisfactorily completed.