Cracker Plant in Belmont County Would Take Nearby Houses

From WTOV:
If an ethane cracker plant is going to be built in Dilles Bottom, several houses could be in jeopardy, including a newly restored home. 
William and Tonya Rayl moved in a nearby, almost rundown home on Dilles Bottom Road 11 years ago.

This home is the oldest in Dilles Bottom and it could eventually be torn down for the ethane cracker plant, hear from the family at 6. @WTOV9


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"This house was pretty much crumbling when we moved here, we spent every day, hard work every day to try to make it even livable," they said.

It’s the oldest house in Dilles Bottom.


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