No answers on Slatyfork Sewer Project

Slatyfork, WV – The Pocahontas County Public Service District would like some concrete answers on where they could find the two to three million dollars they say is needed to change the plans for the Slatyfork Sewer Treatment Plant and move it off of the Sharp Farm. State Senator Walt Helmick would like some concrete answers on why the project is not moving forward. Helmick said Wednesday morning he would like to see a consensus on the plant location and to see the project move ahead.

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