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$150 MILLION COLLEGES, PARKS, CAPITOL TO REAP BENEFITS FROM BOND
to repair a fountain, $1.5 million to renovate the Capitol courtyard, $2.1 million to replace part of the Capitol Building's roof, and $600,000 for a new sprinkler system in the Capitol basement. n $10.2 million to replace heating and
Published: Friday, June 18, 2010
HIGH-SPEED INTERNET IN W.VA. 30,000 MORE TO GET BROADBAND THAT EXPANSION IS BY END OF YEAR; 75,000 OTHERS TO FOLLOW IN 2011
- the company's progress and struggles over the past four months. Frontier tripled its business in West Virginia after the Verizon purchase, picking up nearly 600,000 telephone access lines. Waldo acknowledged "challenges and problems"...
Published: Sunday, November 07, 2010
SC TECH PARK $23M REDO PLOTTED STATE TAKES OVER FORMALLY TODAY
- The Kanawha Valley Community and Technical College will occupy half of the 198,000-square-foot building after renovations, which are expected to cost about $23 million. A technology firm and other tenants likely will lease the rest...
Published: Wednesday, December 15, 2010
BROADBAND COUNCIL SKEWERS NATIONAL MAP AS INCOMPLETE
- to distribute grant funds for broadband projects. The Legislature allocated $5 million to the council in 2008. The broadband council has spent about $400,000 from the account. n The Rev. James Patterson of the Central Appalachia Regional...
Published: Friday, February 25, 2011
DEVELOPER, WVHDF MEETINGS UNDER REVIEW
- or the 11-acre Mason County property he and his wife, Robin, sold to Pauley for $215,000 in December 2010. However, the subpoenas request documents and information about the federal stimulus program that funded a 32-unit low-income...
Published: Wednesday, November 09, 2011
ETHICS AGENCY'S INFORMAL ADVICE TO PUBLIC OFFICIALS KEPT SECRET
- property to Charleston developer Douglas E. Pauley. The West Virginia Housing Development Fund awarded Pauley $3.67 million in federal stimulus funds to build a 32-unit apartment complex on Perdue's land. Perdue, who serves on the Housing...
Published: Wednesday, December 28, 2011
PRIMARY 2012: REPUBLICAN TREASURER CANDIDATES TREASURER'S OFFICE STAFFING CRITICIZED
- property deal between Perdue and Charleston developer Douglas E. Pauley. The Housing Development Fund awarded Pauley a $3.67 million federal stimulus grant in December 2010. Pauley is using the money to build a low-income housing complex...
Published: Thursday, March 29, 2012
WORKFORCE EXEC RACKS UP $78K IN LIVING EXPENSES
- to memos filed with the state auditor's office. "This is FRAUD, and misspending of state funds," wrote a Workforce West Virginia employee who reviews George's expenses. Another employee commented to state officials, "I think it's unjust...
Published: Wednesday, January 30, 2013
WEST VIRGINIA LOTTERY BUILDING PROJECT BID DISPUTE COULD BE COSTLY
- "It was an oversight on our part. Melick said it was "immaterial that MCS Construction didn't supply references. He noted that state officials never contacted Wiseman's references. "The information is needless, and in fact, has never...
Published: Friday, May 01, 2015
$7.6M LOTTERY PROJECT AWARDED TO LOW BIDDER
- The Lottery building renovation will make space for the state Insurance Commission, which is moving its offices there from another state-owned building in Charleston. The project includes renovations on three floors and elevator lobbies,...
Published: Tuesday, May 05, 2015