ICYMI: What State Community, Industry Leaders Are Saying About the State of Infrastructure in WV

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Washington, D.C. - West Virginia will receive an estimated $6 Billion in funding as a result of the passage of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill. This funding will go directly to restoring and modernizing hard infrastructure, including: Roads and bridges Water and sewer systems Reliable broadband connectivity Addressing flood prone regions Modernizing airports Cleaning up abandoned mines West Vir...

The Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill: A Win for West Virginia

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What’s NOT in the Infrastructure bill? There are NO new or increased taxes. All reckless spending on “social infrastructure” in in the Reconciliation bill McKinley opposes and has fought against the Democrats’ SEPARATE partisan $4 trillion spending bill. What IS IN the Infrastructure bill for West Virginia? West Virginia will receive $3.013 BILLION FOR ROADS AND BRIDGES – a robust increase over cu...

McKinley Statement on Bipartisan Infrastructure Plan

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WASHINGTON –Congressman David B. McKinley, P.E. (R-WV) issued the following statement after the House voted to pass the bipartisan infrastructure bill: “Tonight, instead of playing politics, I put America and West Virginia first,” said McKinley. “America’s infrastructure has been in dire need of modernization and this bipartisan infrastructure bill is what community leaders from one panhandle to t...

McKinley Applauds Decision to Keep Metropolitan Statistical Area Guidelines Unchanged

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Washington, D.C. - On Wednesday, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) announced that it would keep current guidelines for Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) designation in place. They had been considering a plan to double the population requirement, which would have eliminated the MSA designation for 8 West Virginia cities, causing a loss of millions of dollars in future grants, housing fund...

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