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Object ID 004653

Object Name Kings Of The Hill

Object Desc Wheeling Neighborhood An Oasis For Village's Public Servants ee NOTES tab to view the document

Collection Museum Collection

Accession # 20150625.000000.00

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Category Newspaper Clippings/Articles

Source The Journal Topics Newspaper

Source Category Staff Research

Accession Date JUL 18,2017


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Object Keywords 0000,Wheeling Officials,

Title Kings Of The Hill

Description Wheeling Neighborhood An Oasis For Village's Public Servants

Abstract When Wheeling Village Trustee Ray Lang first moved into his home on Berkshire Lane in the early 1990s, his father teased him. "You know what this means," he said. "You'll become a trustee." Lang brushed it off, but eventually his father's prediction came true. It seems as ifa life in public service is inevitable for the residents of "Trustee Row," or "The Hill," the back-to-back blocks of Berkshire and Mockingbird Lanes in Wheeling that have been home to an impressive amount of local political figures through the years. This enclave ofWheeling, which sits at a slightly higher elevation than surrounding blocks, was given the name The Hill in the early '70s by current trustee and former village president Bill Hein who .....
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Reference 1 The Journal June 25-29, 2015 IPage 13A By LAUREN BARRY Journal & Topics Reporter

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Image Caption Kings of 'The Hill'



Date JUL 18,2017


Date JUL 18,2017

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