By Robert Bordelon
The city of White Sulphur Springs finds itself infused with new funds after the state Legislature voted to allow the city to spend principal from a land deal made in the 1980s.
Senate Bill 500 and House Bill 4610 are two halves of the same bill (SB 500), introduced to the state Senate by Stephen Baldwin and in the House of Delegates by Jeff Campbell, freeing up $1,000,000 from a 34-year legislative freeze on spending anything but interest. This freeze was repealed with the March 7 passage of SB 500, effective from the date of passage.
Read more in the Wednesday, April 4, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.