ELKINS, W. Va.–A county wants to inform the public on a referendum.
The Randolph County Commission will hold a public information session this week on Wednesday on the proposed state Constitutional Amendment 2.
The amendment will be on the ballot in November to be decided by West Virginia voters.
If approved by voters Amendment 2 would allow the Legislature to reduce or eliminate property taxes on business machinery, equipment and inventory. The tax is collected by all 55 counties.
The meeting will be 6 pm Wednesday at the 4-H Camp Pioneer in the Assembly Hall.