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Leftover bond funds go to energy program

January 26, 2013

PARKERSBURG —Wood County commissioners voted to turn over more than $48,000 remaining from a 1990s housing program to a new energy project....

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Geezer

Jan-26-13 9:29 AM

Easy come, easy go. A year from now, no one will be able to produce as much as a receipt to verify the money was correctly spent. Energy programs such as this have a dismal success rate, especially in our state. This money would have been spent as a funding mechanism for the unfunded extra week of vacation the commissioners just gave county employees.

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Geezer

Jan-26-13 9:30 AM

correction - 'would have been better spent'

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JR565MEM

Jan-26-13 1:54 PM

sounds like a little jelousy from funfun.

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AaronL

Jan-26-13 8:51 PM

fun fun=go go. You hate DuPont so badly,then do something about it.

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gunsrock

Jan-27-13 2:34 PM

now funfun just because I don't worry about what everyone else has doesn't make me a heckler. Even I knew in high school that if you depend on a company, especially these days, whole heartedly you are going to end up on the bottom. The first place they take from is the hourly employees. So if you don't like that then you should be trying to take her job instead of biotching about it. No matter what you post on the net you are not going to change her pay. Besides that you mentioned getting off topic. But I don't beleive that Dupont or this lady you speak so highly of had anything at all to do with the article.

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gunsrock

Jan-27-13 2:43 PM

but it does sound like to me that you spend an exceptionally high amount of time trying to get to these people from Dupont that doesn't even know or care that you exist wheather you work for them or not. Why not fix the problem and sue them again. Seems to have worked the first time. That vile toxin teflon, in which I do agree is a nasty toxin, hasn't slowed down being produced in the least. Take some of your own money and invest in their stocks it might weigh out what they take from you after you sue them.

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