The Times West Virginian


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The Affiliate Leadership Council, which represents the 140-plus members of the high-tech community in North Central West Virginia, has written to the governor and House and Senate members to ask why the I-79 High Technology Park receives a quarter-million-dollar grant from the state, while the Regional Technology Park in Charleston receives millions as a line item. Sen. Roman Prezioso, chair of the state Senate Finance Committee, said the two parks are philosophically different, and that the Marion park is a line item in the budget.

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