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Plans for Land Are in Demand

Bethany Pike resident concerned about rezoning

February 20, 2013

Bethany Pike resident Sharon Travis on Tuesday urged Wheeling city officials to press landowner Kevin Coyne for details on his plans for a 94-acre tract of land along W.Va....

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acousticportal

Feb-20-13 8:56 AM

Increase police state and push local residents to the side...thanks council. ...and why in the world would you not give someone local the business? Even city council doesn't do business in it's own city.

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NegativeEllie

Feb-20-13 5:50 PM

Acoustic - can you please name the Ford dealership in Wheeling?

And please name a Ford dealer in Ohio County that does these kinds of deals. Robinson's? Nope.

If you lived in Wheeling, you would be happy about the additional police coverage. If you do live here and you're not happy about it, we all must wonder why.

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debgreene

Mar-09-13 5:53 PM

Hmmm....let's see...Kevin Coyne...Tri-State Petroleum...plans to rezone a tract of unoccupied land...might we say..."FRACKING!" To that end, get educated folks...if that occurs, your property values will be on the decline!

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