Governor Says W. Va. Flooding Will Cost $100 Million Dollars
On West Virginia Morning, the state director of Homeland Security and Emergency Management says a flood prevention plan drafted in 2004 hasn’t been collecting dust on a shelf. Some of the recommendations were implemented and Ashton Marra reports from the state board of education where members are considering a takeover of schools in Boone County.
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