Huntington mayor seeks cooperation with Charleston
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. -- Huntington Mayor Steve Williams says it's time for his city and Charleston to start working together.
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#1 Jun 13, 2013
It is in the best interest of everyone involved to market both cities as a single metropolitan area. We West Virginians have a global reputation as being loyal and hard-working, but when domestic or international firms look at the statistical data to choose where to invest their money, they see a fragmented workforce that may or may not meet their personnel needs...why take a chance? A 600k metro area population will definitely change how we are viewed. Unity as West Virginians is what we need...do we have the leadership to put the pieces in place?
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