City, county to reconvene in August to discuss splitting cost of proposed Tennerton Water Tank rehab project

Buckhannon city recorder Randy Sanders addresses the Upshur County Commission at its June 17 meeting.
BUCKHANNON – The City of Buckhannon and the Upshur County Commission will meet in August to decide if they will split the cost of the Tennerton Water Storage Tank rehabilitation project. Representatives from the city attended the June 17 Upshur […]

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