The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register
MOUNDSVILLE, W.Va. — First, it was Gov. Jim Justice’s turn to tour Marshall County’s roads.
“They’re in really bad shape … and I see there’s an emergency here,” he said last Monday when asked about the roads following a grant presentation in Cameron.
Then, on Wednesday, West Virginia Division of Highways Commissioner Jimmy Wriston took his tour, traveling through some of the county’s more damaged and slip-laden back roads. He, too, remarked on the road conditions during an event in Moundsville.
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