CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Michael Albert, chairman of the Public Service Commission of West Virginia, will leave the body when his term ends in June.

Albert, who has been on the commission for 12 years, submitted a letter of retirement to Gov. Jim Justice.

“On behalf of all West Virginians I want to say thank you to Michael Albert for all of his dedicated service to our state and its citizens,” Justice said. “We appreciate everything you have done to make our state a better place to live and work.”

Albert’s final day will be June 30.

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