Sherman Property Needs New Name, Gets Demolition Funding

By Jean A. Flanagan
Moorefield Examiner

The West Virginia Department of Education, Career and Technical Education Division, has committed $50,000 to demolish the remaining buildings on a 2.5-acre parcel of land adjacent to the Moorefield High School. The parcel, formerly known as the Sherman Property and Main Street Project, will be the location of a school/community farmers market.

One of the buildings was demolished last month, primarily with private funding.

School Superintendent Sheena VanMeter announced the funding at the July 2 Hardy County Board of Education meeting.

“Mr. Simmons met with Dr. D’Antoni and spent a lot of time on this,” VanMeter said.

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