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Kokosing files suit over city port

September 27, 2013

WEIRTON — Kokosing Construction C....

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Oct-17-13 5:37 PM

I agree wither Hammerhead here. There are many questions that need asked of the City. Why are they against economic development? Why are they fighting to hurt private investment? Why is there no activity in Weirton in the 4th year of an oil boom with new plants and jobs in Natrium, WV, Houston Pa, Cadiz Oh, major developments, many jobs, and nothing in Weirton or Hancock and Brooke Counties. Why is the Mayor not answering question on his attack on people trying to do something to develop weirton properties? And why aren't you and the WDT asking these simple and obvious questions??

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Sep-28-13 2:07 AM

Keep up the pressure Ms Harris and WDT. This is the most important story going on in Weirton at the moment and the people need full disclosure!

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Sep-28-13 2:05 AM

Additionally, I hope the local media digs deep and keeps on this story to let all the citizens know EXACTLY what is going on with the port and its multiple fronts, private, private/public, public and whatever other diriviative they can come up with to confuse and hide information from the public and government agencies watching.

Keep up the pressure Ms Harris and WDT. This is probably the most im

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Sep-28-13 1:55 AM

It's about time this shell game gets shut down once and for all before any more people are fleeced out of their money due to false promises and plans that are based on grants and private money that has yet to materialize to pay employees or even the bills due from work done at their site. They took a great concept and let snakes get in the woodpile to ruin it. In the end they should all be held accountable for abusing the trust of the community and further hampering REAL development and REAL jobs in Weirton, not hollow promises and what ifs...

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