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Trucks Are Tearing Up The Roads

July 7, 2013

CAMERON — Mayor Julie Beresford and Delegate David Evans, R-Marshall, support the Marcellus Shale drilling boom, but they want to see that U.S. 250 and other roads around the city remain safe....

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Max387

Jul-10-13 9:48 AM

@ WVHoopie2 "Why should you talk to your elected officials when you should be talking to the State paid liaison person appointed by the Governor and is on the government payroll"

Um - the Constitution has dictated how the people of the state of WV are to be represented. It's their job. They can take your calls. A better question would be "why would the Governor choose to expand government by hiring people to duplicate what the constitution provides in the legislature? I imagine the Governor's people have much higher salaries and benefits packages - the legislature does not get paid holidays or paid time off - I imagine the Governor's people do. What a huge waste of tax dollars.

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boomgrounder

Jul-10-13 9:37 AM

I used to ride out there, but I crashed last year and I haven't been back. Roads in the entire region*****

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wvhoopie2

Jul-08-13 11:59 PM

Why should you talk to your elected officials when you should be talking to the State paid liaison person appointed by the Governor and is on the government payroll. If you want things done check and see who your local liaison person that was pick by the Governor. I really do not know why we have elected representative when we have these paid liaison people.

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VincentVega

Jul-08-13 10:30 PM

AN EMBARRASSMENT!

The people of Marshall County who voted for "delegate" evans will soon realize their mistake. He can't get you a WV Blue Book, let alone have your roads repaired. He's lost, ridiculed and sleeping in Charleston while Marshall County suffers.

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SMART1

Jul-08-13 10:02 PM

These comments on Delegate Evans are hilarious! The House of Delegates is full of ex-teachers, current teachers & retired state employees. I feel they are just sore because Delegate Evans won as a Republican in a used to be strong Democratic county! Better get used to the GOP turning WV red! Maybe, just maybe voters in Marshall county are tired of the same old do nothing party. Last time I checked Mr Evans record, No DUI's, domestic violence or fighting in the bars or on the streets! Check out your candidate or their families! Also, no back taxes listed in the paper a mile long. Wow, Marshall County has had some real winners represent them in the county and in Charleston!

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uglyassmf

Jul-08-13 9:44 PM

he doesn't care about anything but his own fat paychecks. makes me sick. You shouldn't be allowed to work for an employer that you retired from unless your pension is revoked while you go back to work. Simple as that. People need jobs and this ***clown has three.

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VincentVega

Jul-08-13 9:49 AM

SENSELESS & GREEDY TRIPLE DIPPER!

Undeserving "delegate" Evans spent his time in Charleston trying to introduce a bill that would require elementary and high school students to purchase and wear unaffordable uniforms. Nice, while he triple dips with a teacher's retirement, social security and a state salary. Now he wants to share the legitimate concern of the Mayor of Cameron about the bad roads he has been traveling without care for the past two years. Typical TRIPLE DIPPER who cares only about his selfish paved road to the future!

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SMART1

Jul-08-13 6:30 AM

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whgfeeling

Jul-08-13 5:54 AM

used to be a beautiful ride on the springer just as the sun was going down. now a person has to watch so they don't bottom out the bottom of the bike.

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VincentVega

Jul-07-13 7:02 PM

The mayor of Cameron has probably phoned Delegate ferro for assistance.

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mikeyd

Jul-07-13 9:00 AM

the gas companies promised[and this was a promise] to maintain the roads.too many company names involved to keep track of which is what they want.this makes it hard to hold anyone accountable.they tore up the roads and our government should make them fix them.if the taxpayers have to pay to fix them then it's time for some new leaders.the taxpayers will be left to pay for clean-up at these well sites one day.the ground around them has to be polluted.at least fix the roads.they are called "oversize loads" for a reason.

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SMART1

Jul-07-13 8:45 AM

Maybe Mr Vega can show the Democrat delegation where Cameron is located! Seem their GPS can only find Charleston or McMechen & of course Wheeling Island Casino!

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Orlando

Jul-07-13 3:41 AM

Not sure how it works but a new business opening in Florida pays an impact fee. Is there such a fee in WV?

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VincentVega

Jul-07-13 2:04 AM

EVANS EPIPHANY?

Where has this guy been? He sat down in Charleston for nearly a year and has done nothing. He was forced to recognize his failed effort when the Mayor of his city complained. Did he need to follow a truck to realize the damage occurring to the roads?

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