Photo by Britney Williams, courtesy Coal River Mountain Watch.
My buddy Davin White has the story in today’s Gazette about developments concerning a possible new school that would get Marsh Fork Elementary out of the way of Massey Energy’s nearby mining, coal processing and slurry disposal operations.
As Davin reports:
State School Building Authority members agreed Monday to give $2.6 million toward a new Marsh Fork Elementary School, which is located just a few hundred feet from a Massey Energy coal silo in Raleigh County.
But the project’s supporters need to come up with another $4 million by June — or risk losing the SBA’s $2.6 million pledge.