SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va. -- Del. John Doyle and state Sen. Herb Snyder will host a public meeting Wednesday at Jefferson High School about the table games bill that was passed in special session this week.
The meeting will begin at 7 p.m. in the school's auditorium, according to the lawmakers, who led efforts to get the legislation passed.
"We're going to explain what the bill does and answer any questions," said Doyle, D-Jefferson.
Snyder, D-Jefferson/Berkeley, said the meeting would be informational and explain what additional revenue could be generated for local governments through the addition of table games at Charles Town (W.Va.) Races & Slots.
While House Bill 102 increases the local share of table games revenue, Jefferson County voters have not approved the gaming expansion. They voted against the expansion in 2007.