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Dennis Driscoll

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Pocahontas County Historic Landmarks Commission

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Marlinton


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GoMarlinton

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pocahontastimes.com

The McGlaughlin house, the oldest dwelling in Marlinton, is close to completion. Pictured outside the house are Pocahontas County Historic Landmarks Commission member Dennis Driscoll and contractor Colt Zendik. S. Stewart photo


pocahontastimes.com

The McGlaughlin house, the oldest dwelling in Marlinton, is close to completion. Pictured outside the house are Pocahontas County Historic Landmarks Commission member Dennis Driscoll and contractor Colt Zendik. S. Stewart photo
The McGlaughlin house, the oldest dwelling in Marlinton, is close to completion. Pictured outside the house are Pocahontas County Historic Landmarks Commission member Dennis Driscoll and contractor Colt Zendik. Last week, Landmarks Commission member Dennis Driscoll took a look around the cabin to see the progress of the construction. He explained that some building materials had been found stored in the freight car parked behind the Depot. "It had been leftover for years," Driscoll said. "We don't know what it was from but there was enough to do that wall, this wall and that one over there. I asked [mayor Joe Smith] if the town needed it and he said, 'no, we want to get rid of that.' I said, 'we'll take every bit of that that we can.'" When it came to completing the cabin, the focus was making it whole again, not replicating the way it was. "Ninety percent of it is original," Driscoll said. "This house sat inside of another house, and when they built around it, they put doors in and stuff like that to be able to move around," Driscoll said. "Hopefully in the next couple of weeks, these stairs will be finished and there will be railings around up top," Driscoll said. "A load of lumber went from Cramer [Lumber Company] down to Renick Mill, and they're going to turn it into one by twelve tongue and groove, and then we'll have the floor here done." As the project draws closer to completion, Driscoll is looking forward to seeing what business or businesses will call the cabin home. "We will use it for something," he said.


pocahontastimes.com

GoMarlinton board member and former mayor Dennis Driscoll said GoMarlinton was holding a previously scheduled meeting with State Development Office officials, and that the group would be discussing how to assist with the reconstruction effort.
Driscoll explained that GoMarlinton has been working on improvement of an eight-block area, including the fire-devastated half-block, since before the November 10 fire, and planned to continue seeking private grants for downtown improvement.


pocahontastimes.com

Former Marlinton Mayor Dennis Driscoll said more than one man had tears in their eyes at the news of Gravely's death.
"He was very unassuming," Driscoll said of Gravely. Hindsight was visible Friday as Driscoll, Smith, Faulknier and Mayor Sam Felton reminisced about their friend and co-worker.


pocahontastimes.com

The McGlaughlin house, the oldest dwelling in Marlinton, is close to completion. Pictured outside the house are Pocahontas County Historic Landmarks Commission member Dennis Driscoll and contractor Colt Zendik. S. Stewart photo


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