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Byline: Christine Simmons
Jul. 19--City officials on Monday embraced the idea of a West Virginia Music Hall of Fame in Charleston, offering organizers temporary space from which to work during planning efforts.
Major Danny Jones offered to temporarily house the group on the third floor of the former Roosevelt Junior High School for free until coordinators can find a larger facility.
Project founder Michael Lipton said he will consider that possibility. He and other coordinators of the project told the City Council's Finance Committee they are searching for a permanent place in Charleston's East End, hopefully around Appalachian Power Park.