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Corridor H: The Wardensville Papers

The Town of Wardensville, WV was promised $1 million by WVDOH for capital improvements to compensate for damage from Corridor H to the town's economy. A citizens planning committee met in 2002, and had joint sessions with WVDOH, using a facilitator sponsored by Canaan Valley Institute, to determine how the town should best spend the money for sidewalks, trails, drainage and spot beautification. However, the town in a letter raised serious questions about Corridor H impacts, such as access roads to downtown; the impact on the spring that supplies town water; and impact on the town park. They want this to be part of the planning process, and WVDOH wants to put these issues off until final design.

We scanned several of the doucments for your perusal::

WVDOH held a public workshop in Wardensville on May 23rd, 2002:
     WVDOH Handout
     The WVDOH preliminary plan for the Trout Run Road interchange
     The whole DOH plan for Wardensville (quite large, 727K)

On June 10th 2002 the Town of Wardensville wrote a letter to WVDOH detailing their understanding about, and asking for clarification of, Corridor H issues raised at the public workshop:
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On January 10th 2003 Wardensville writes to WVDOH expressing concern at the lack of response to their concerns:
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On February 17th 2003 WVDOH responds:
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