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Water Crisis Town Hall
Part 2: Town Hall Gives Business Perspective On Water Crisis
February 27, 2014

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (Chris Swope, Jeff Morris) -- The Bell Law Firm hosted a Town Hall Meeting focusing on the West Virginia water crisis from a business perspective.

Hundreds of businesspeople from around the region were invited to take part in the discussion Wednesday evening at the Sheraton Four Points Hotel in Charleston.

The panel of experts included CPA Daniel Selby, Dr. Richard Clapp from the Boston University School of Public Health, Marc Glass with Downstream Strategies and Frank Willis with Willis Engineering and Scientific.

Eyewitness News anchor Rick Lord moderated the Town Hall.

The second part of the video from that Town Hall accompanies this story.





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