By Bobby Bordelon
White Sulphur Springs passed a limited expansion of the business and occupation tax during its City Council meeting on Tuesday, November 12.
A business and occupation tax allows the city to raise funds to provide for city services and infrastructure maintenance and improvement. After holding a first reading during a special meeting of City Council on November 5, council opened a public hearing and considered the tax’s passage.
Read more in the Wednesday, November 13, 2019, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.