Volunteers said the problem began when Monongalia County condensed the committees overseeing the park into one.
The Habitat for Humanity project "The House that WVU Built" is finally ready to move into.
The house began as a group assignment for a design and merchandising class at WVU.
Nearly 1,600 volunteer hours and $25,000 in donations later, it became a house for the Blake-Morel family to move into.
Habitat for Humanity invited everyone who worked on the house in for a dedication and the official handing over of the keys on Saturday.
The house is eco-friendly and took about three years to complete.