Opinion

A Government Website is Not Public Notice

    West Virginia elected officials — at the state, county, city and school board levels — must give local residents “public notice” about government actions, plans and spending.

    State law requires  “public notice" by putting legal advertisements in the your local newspaper, where thousands of . . .

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