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Editorial: 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 you can see it, along with the other current news about the community.

This year the West . . .

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