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Originally Posted by rickms View Post
Wheeling is a lot smaller than Chattanooga. It also has suffered a lot more, given its disproportionate dependency on steel etc.

Chattanooga has had some relatively big gets business wise. I hope Wheeling turns around, but I don't see anything to reflect that.
Nothing reflects that on a large scale, but the downtown area is trending upward in Wheeling. It will never be it's former industrial power, but success is possible on a smaller scale. Our country's heavy industry is basically lost to globalism.
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