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Corridor H Authority rep set to speak

Official will give update to chamber

March 11, 2014

ELKINS — A representative from the Corridor H Authority will provide an update on the efforts to complete the highway during a meeting Wednesday....

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Mar-12-14 10:54 AM

Politicians/biggovt officals saw that small towns were too happy; eating non poisonous non chemical sprayed foods grown themselves; so they HAD to do SOMETHING. That 'something' is changing our small town into a large conglomerate of high crime, drug activity, murders, rapes, and a HIGHWAY to bring them in on!

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Mar-12-14 10:52 AM

Politicians destruction of 'small town USA.' They must corrupt our town like all the other big city slums they created with federal big govt money! NO THANKS!

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Mar-12-14 10:51 AM

MAJ:They need to profile on the COrridor. Seriously, what is someone from NY or Baltimore doing out this way?

Well according to the local communities arrest records; they're opening up this highway for MORE drug traffickers and FELONS!

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Mar-12-14 6:32 AM

I'll bet none of them have taken into consideration the economic impact of having increased drug activity in this state after Corridor H has been completed. Having easy access to an area always has its negative aspects as well. I wonder how much we would actually gain verses what we will spend on additional law enforcement, court cost and housing for new inmates? The "experts", as they like to call them, claim we have overcrowding problems now, so where are we going to put the inmates generated by the increased drug traffic?

Was this factored in when they made the assumption we would gain a billion or so in increased revenue when the road is completed? I doubt it. Never forget, there are a handful of influential people in this state that stand to make big money if this road is finished. It has nothing to do with economic impact for the state, just a fatter bank account for the ones pushing it.

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