MG Mark Toy visited supplemental projects in Martin and Paintsville, Ky. as well as Milton W.Va. to gain an appreciation of their status. MG Toy was able to meet with project team members, partners from the WVNG and visit businesses that will directly benefit from the projects once completed. Also, he was able to engage in informal discussions regarding strategic opportunities that could allow the projects to be delivered in the most expeditious manner.
During project site visits with briefings by project managers. He was able to see the work being done in Martin where LRH is already “Moving Dirt." He also had the opportunity to meet with representatives of the WVNG about their role in the Lower Mud Project.
MG Toy concluded his visit with a tour the Blinko Glass Factory, one of 12 remaining family owned blown glass factories in the country which will benefit from the Lower Mud Project.
The Commanding General now has greater confidence in the LRH team's ability to execute a strategy that would expedite delivery of the project while still adhering to all applicable laws and regulations.