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September 7, 2022

Monongalia County Organizations Learn More About Amendment 2, Personal Property Tax Reform

West Virginia MetroNews – Monongalia County governmental agencies are learning more about the possible impact on tax revenues in voters approve Amendment 2 in the November General Election.

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Monongalia County Assessor Mark Musick and West Virginia Association of Counties Executive Director Jonathan Adler conducted an Amendment 2 informational session in Morgantown Wednesday.

Adler said cutting the personal property tax has been a goal for the last several years and record surplus numbers have lawmakers making another attempt. Adler believes lawmakers are very sincere and want to provide tax relief, but the plan to offset the loss of revenue has not been presented to the association.

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