CHARLESTON, W.Va. — State lawmakers have scheduled 32 meetings between Monday and Wednesday at the state capitol to wrap up the work of their interim committees before Wednesday’s start of the regular legislative session.
The Joint Commission on Economic Development will get an update Monday from state Tourism Commissioner Amy Shuler Goodwin while the Natural Resources subcommittee’s Monday meeting agenda includes an update from the state DNR on the Elk Restoration Project.
The GATE committee, which has been studying the state’s financial issues, is scheduled to meet Tuesday morning. Meetings scheduled for Wednesday include the Joint Committee on Government and Finance, which will receive monthly reports from various state agencies.
Members of the state Senate and House of Delegates will gavel into session at noon Wednesday. It will be a one day session that will recess for four weeks to give Governor-elect Jim Justice time to be sworn-in to office and get his administration up and running.