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Sitting on the Ohio River at the point where West Virginia, Ohio and Kentucky meet, Huntington is home to educational and cultural opportunities as well as the largest river port in the United States.

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City Council meets at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, October 26, 2020, in City Council Chambers. IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT THIS MEETING: In the interest of public health and safety, Huntington City Council meetings will be closed to the public. However, in accordance with West Virginia open meetings laws, the meeting will be broadcast live on Governmental Access Channel 24 on Xfinity Cable, streamed live on the City of Huntington's website at and broadcast live on the City of Huntington, WV Facebook page. Members of the public who would like to submit appropriate comments in advance for any agenda item or for the good and welfare portion of the meeting are welcome to do so by emailing City Clerk Barbara Miller at or Assistant City Clerk Lisa Adkins at The deadline to submit comments will be noon on the day of the meeting, and please be sure to include your name and address in the email.
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Hal Greer Boulevard

HUNTINGTON – A management plan to improve the Hal Greer Boulevard corridor between Washington Boulevard and 3rd Avenue so that it becomes safer for motorists, pedestrians and bicyclists and more conducive to redevelopment has been given approval and will now enter the engineering phase with construction projected to begin in summer 2021.
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Broadband Public Hearing

HUNTINGTON – An expert panel will conduct a public hearing later this month to receive testimony from business owners, educational leaders, residents and internet providers about high-speed broadband in Huntington and surrounding areas and the challenges and opportunities that exist.
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