Dave Abner/ March 7, 2016/ :: Blog

(Berkeley Springs, WV – March 7, 2016) — The Dollar General store planned for ten miles south of Berkeley Springs, West Virginia has been put on hold.

“We are still in our due diligence phase for a new location in Berkeley Springs,” said Dollar General’s Crystal Ghassemi in response to a question about the status of the proposed store at the corner of US 522 and Oakland Road in southern Morgan County. 

“This means we’re interested in adding a new store on Valley Road but have not committed to doing so yet. Based on the current timeline, I don’t foresee a final decision being made on this store until December 2016.”

The proposed Dollar General store has drawn strong opposition — with more than 400 residents signing a petition opposed to the proposed location — across the street from a church and from Cacapon State Park.

(The above text is sourced from a story posted on the website http://www.morgancountyusa.org. Go to the site for the full story.)

MORE INFORMATION: View public notice about Dollar General with map

 

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