Chris See has worked for the Elkins Sunoco for more than 30 years and has been the owner of the business for the past 12 years.
He prides himself on his personal and business connections to the people of Elkins and the surrounding area, as well as his work as the president of the Randolph County Commission.
"I am always available at my business - in person - or at my home. I will listen to any problem, situation or concern and take it to the proper committee. I will listen to all sides in order to make a fair decision," he said.
When asked about the commission's priorities for 2013, See first mentioned courthouse renovations.
"(The renovations are) very important for record preservation," he said. "The records of the county clerk and the circuit clerk are going to be housed there."
See also spoke about the expansion of water and sewer lines in the county and establishing new emergency shelters at the Harman and Mill Creek senior centers a need that was highlighted by the June derecho and Superstorm Sandy.