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September 26, 2022

Marion County School Board Briefed on Potential Impact of Amendments 2 and 4

Times West Virginian, Darik News – While other public boards are taking a stance for or against Amendment 2, Marion County School Board seeks to inform and educate.

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Wednesday afternoon, board members met for a special work session to educate the public and themselves on the potential impact Amendment 2 could have, if passed, in November.

Joining the board was Marion County Assessor Mark Trach and Seth DiStefano, a policy outreach director with the Charleston-based West Virginia Center on Budget & Policy. The school district treasurer, Scott Reider, also chimed in on questions related to the district’s finances.

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