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Work Session Hears about Resurgence in Huntington
Earlier in the work session, Huntington Mayor Steve Williams reported that city collection of sales taxes are running about $917,000 ahead of budget.
Construction in the city so far represents a decrease from about $23 million to $20 million; however, the Mayor reported that two projects were today received for “review.” One project would be for six million and the other for eleven million.
“These are indications of what’s happening in Huntington,” Williams told council.