The Intermountain – The Randolph County Commission will host a Public Town Hall Meeting regarding Constitutional Amendment 2, which will be decided on by West Virginia voters in November’s General Election.
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The meeting will be Wednesday at 4-H Camp Pioneer in the Assembly Hall building and is scheduled to get under way at 6 p.m. It will feature representatives from the West Virginia Association of Counties and the West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy.
Those two groups will be on hand to answer questions regarding the amendment, which would give the West Virginia Legislature authority over the property taxes that currently fund county governments, school boards and emergency services.
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