A Carroll citizen wants to know why the development is needed when vacant industrial sites already exist.
By Christopher Brooke, Reporter
Wednesday, January 26, 2011 at 8:00 am (Updated: January 26, 8:58 am)
HILLSVILLE — Though a Carroll citizen has heard a lot about the planned business commerce park known as Wildwood, she hadn't heard how much the public-private development at Interstate 77's Exit 19 would cost.
Debbie Brady Goad asked that and more at the Carroll Board of Supervisors' meeting Jan. 13.
"I want to get just a few things together and get it in my computer banks so maybe I can remember it the next time I need it," she explained.
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