Local City Councils Support Road Bond

By Robert Bordelon

Support for the Roads To Prosperity consitutional amendment is strengthening in Greenbrier County. The city councils of both White Sulphur Springs and Lewisburg declared support for the amendment, which would allow the state to sell state bonds up to $1.6 billion, borrowing against revenue of tax and fee increases already in place. This amendment will be voted on by the general population of West Virginia in an upcoming special election on Saturday, October 7.

The resolutions annoucing support from both cities also list the following days and dealines involved with the special election. The voter registration deadline of September 18 has already passed. Early voting began September 22 and lasts through October 4, which can be done in the local county courthouse. September 30 through October 7 is the period for emergency absentee voting.

Read more in the Friday, September 22, edition of The WV Daily News.


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