Kanawha County commissioners began their own investigation in July, and Commission President Kent Carper said his office found that some of the lumber was sold to a sawmill for $66,000.
In August, the Kanawha County Sheriff's Department began a criminal investigation. No charges have yet been filed in connection with that investigation.
The West Virginia Division of Forestry also conducted a stump survey at Coonskin Park to determine how many trees had been cut. The Daily Mail obtained the results of the survey in September through an open records request.
In the meantime, Bowen has been ordered to conduct remediation work at the park, including re-seeding damaged areas and repairing roads damaged by the company's trucks. Some paving around the shelter loop has already been finished.
The commission took no other action on the matter.
In other business, the commission heard an update on damaged turf at the Schoenbaum Soccer Stadium at Coonskin Park. The turf was manufactured by FieldTurf, a division of Tarkett Sports, and installed just six years ago, but is starting to fall apart.
Premature failures of similar fields around the country have also been reported, including at professional and collegiate fields.
Hutchinson said the repairs will be covered by the turf's warranty, and he has been in contact with the company, which is sending a representative to evaluate the situation.
"They have the best warranty in the business," he said.
Parks Commission member Lucie Mellert said Betty Schoenbaum, who helped fund the stadium, was "pleased with the action that's being taken."
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