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Sale of Former Cameron High School...at 4115 Dragon Highway...Information Below

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Sale of the former Cameron High School as is. The City of Cameron, WV will be accepting sealed bids starting October 5, 2016 until November 7, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. The City of Cameron reserves the right to accept or reject any and all bids.

Terms: On November 7, 2016 the successful bidder shall furnish a non refundable deposit, equal to 10% of the final acceptable bid, and the balance at close (no later than December 7th, 2016).

Send bids to : City of Cameron, Attn: Mayor Betty Scott, 44 Main Street, Cameron, WV 26033.

  • Main Building contains 20 plus rooms

  • Built in 1956

  • New Gym floor approximately 2011

  • New Roof

  • 3 Bay Garage with office space

  • Cafeteria Building built year 2000, handicap accessible

  • Fully equipped cafeteria with restrooms and 4 other rooms

  • 3 parking lots

  • 5 Acres

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A small town with a population of 946 residents according to the 2010 census. Cameron is located in the Northern Panhandle of scenic West Virginia, Cameron is a growing family-based community rich in religious values, heritage and history. 

The Irish have played an important role in the development  and building of America. Cameron was named for an Irishman named Samuel Cameron after the finishing of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in 1852. At this time the honor of naming the town was given to an Irishman named David McConaughey who christened it Cameron in honor of his friend Samuel Cameron, a railroad official of prominence, who in 1853 took cholera at Moundsville, died, and was taken to Charles Town, Jefferson County, Virginia, for burial. Cameron is not only a community of unique architecture and scenic beauty but a safe place to raise a family. Located in the tri state area of Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia Cameron is seventeen miles east of Moundsville, the county seat of Marshall County, twenty-seven miles east of Wheeling and three hundred fifty miles west of Baltimore, Maryland.

Cameron is located in Marshall County which is a county located in the U.S. state of West Virginia. It is part of the Wheeling, West Virginia Metropolitan Statistical Area. As of 2000, the population was 35,519. Its county seat is Moundsville. Its southern border is the Mason-Dixon line. Marshall County is home to the largest conical burial mound in North America, at Moundsville. Marshall County was formed in 1835 from Ohio County by act of the Virginia Assembly. In 1852, on Christmas Eve, workers completed the Baltimore & Ohio railroad at Rosby’s Rock in Marshall County. It is home to the New Vrindaban community of Hare Krishnas, and Prabhupada’s Palace of Gold.

Leave your mark in history. Purchase a brick marker that will pave the path surrounding the 1878 Historic Cameron Freight Depot

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