Editor: It seems to me that about two years ago, Sen. Jay Rockefeller, along with Reps....
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Notice no one in DC wants to talk about the consequences of this on the flip side. Higher crime rates...higher taxes...bigger crowds and city along with strip joints, gambling casinos, etc....and some corner hookers. WV won't seem so "Heavenly" then will it??
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The ONLY good thing about our economy is that this monstrosity of a mistake probably won't get completed. Thank God. WV doesn't want it nor need it. Keep your drug czars and criminals in your own states.
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The almighty dollar surfaces again. Forget about the negative impact the completion of Corridor H would have on our state, just make a grab for the almighty buck. WV is not a national park, and more access means more people, which in turn means more housing that brings new development and the eventual loss of hundreds of acres that was once considered scenic.
We don't have the protection of the Park Service or the Dept. of Interior that prevents people from building in remote areas. People come here to look at the scenic beauty of this state, not a bunch of fancy homes perched on the hillside. You people are promoting the destruction of the thing you promote. WV stayed wild and wonderful only because of our limited access. Seculsion is the life blood of the tourism industry. You make it too accessable and it loses its appeal.
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