By Jean A. Flanagan
“We’ve been waiting for this day for a long time,” said Logan Moyers, executive director of the Hardy County Public Service District.
Residents of Dover Hollow and Fort Run are another step closer to having public water service. The West Virginia Public Service Commission has approved the application for a Certificate of Convenience and Need for the water extension project and the upgrade to the Baker treatment plant, Moyers told the PSD Board of Directors. “We actually got the certificate this week,” he said.
The PSD Board met on Wednesday, Oct. 2.
In addition to public water to the Fort Run and Dover Hollow communities, fire hydrants will be installed along