White Sulphur Springs Cty Council Simplifies Business License Application

By Robert Bordelon

An ordinance overhauling the business license application process and the declaration of Elder Abuse Awareness Day were a few of the items passing through the White Sulphur Springs City Council during their regular, June 11, meeting.

A special attendee to City Council, Jim Craft, the grandfather of Liam Craft, the 6-year-old boy who died after being swept away by a current in Howard's Creek on May 22, addressed the City Council to thank the White Sulphur Springs police officers who attempted to save his grandson.

Read more in the Tuesday, June 12, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.


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