Shale Drilling Leads to New Roof for Harrison County Government Building

From WTOV:
For some time, the roof at the Government Center in Harrison County has been in need of some attention, but the problem had been finding funding for the work. 
Extra money pouring in from the oil and gas industry is helping out. “With the increase of the oil and gas activity in the county and stuff like that, that is generally money we can start improving things for the public,” Harrison County Commissioner Dale Norris said. 
County commissioners purchased government building more than a decade ago. Since then, the work has been need of attention. Leakage around roof-mounted air conditioning units caused the material to deteriorate.
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