Repost from SARAH HARMON – Staff Writer, The Intelligencer / Wheeling News-Register
Residents turned out for the development and improvement of the city at the Moundsville Comprehensive Plan open house workshop Wednesday.
Working with the Land Use and and Sustainable Development Law Clinic at the West Virginia University College of Law, residents and city officials had the opportunity to discuss Moundsville’s strengths and weaknesses, while determining ways to improve and develop the city.
Improving city streets, removing dilapidated structures and identifying sites for future development and industry were clear priorities when residents were asked to rank possible improvements in the categories of transportation, housing and economic development. Managing truck traffic, fostering pride in local neighborhoods, increasing new home construction and creating recreation areas along the Ohio River were the goals ranked second. For full article click here. Photo by Sarah Harman.
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