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Historic Banners Fly in Guyandotte
Donna Del Checcolo, president of the association, said the banners along with park benches and trash receptacles demonstrate how “embracing our community and working as a team move Guyandotte forward.”
District Nine councilman elect Rick Simmons added, “It’s great to see community organizations coming together to help move the community, district, and Huntington forward. This give me a lot of pride in one of the communities that I will be serving as a city councilman (beginning) Jan. 1, 2013.”
Current District Nine councilman Jim Insco assisted in securing the CDBG funds.