Warner also updated board members on an 11-acre, WVEDA-owned property in Tablers Station in Berkeley County. The WVEDA has owned the property near Interstate 81 for several years.
"Now that the dust has settled we are just trying to get it in as good of shape as possible to get it on the market for sale," Warner said.
Before putting the land up for sale Warner wants a road built on the property to access the four-lane highway. The WVEDA will advertise and take proposals in the next six to nine months.
"I'll be the happiest when we have sold it," Warner added.
Members also approved what Warner called a "clean-up" resolution that would give American Electric Power access to the rear of the Kyle Furniture building where renovations are underway for condominiums.
"AEP just wants the right to pass through state property to get to the rear of the building," Warner said.
Finally, the WVEDA received loan commitment letters from Sheridan Holdings, Aurora Flight Sciences Corporation and Greenbrier Valley Brewing Company.
The commitment letters signify that the companies will move ahead with the WVEDA's loan offer for their respective projects.
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