The Intermountain – The Randolph County Commission hosted a town hall meeting at 4-H Camp Pioneer to discuss Amendment 2, which will be on the ballot for this November’s General Election.
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Commissioner Cris Siler and Randolph County Assessor Phyllis Yokum led the meeting, which featured informational presentations from the West Virginia Association of Counties’ Jonathan Adler, and Seth DiStefano from the West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy.
Like many leaders from throughout the state, including Gov. Jim Justice, both guests spoke out against Amendment 2, 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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