Defying the economic malaise that grips much of West Virginia, this small town continues to steadily grow within its 4-square-mile bounds.
City zoning officer Chuck Smith offered a glimpse into developers’ plans for additional large-scale construction projects at a Tuesday evening city council meeting.
Reporting from this month’s meeting of the Lewisburg Planning Commission, Smith said a site plan now stands approved for the relocation of the Enterprise Rent-A-Car business from the Greenbrier Valley Airport in Maxwelton to a parcel of hitherto undeveloped land along U.S. 219 next to the city’s northernmost Shell gas station.
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