By DANYEL VanREENEN
SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. — Del. John Doyle, D-Jefferson, held a town hall meeting on Monday in Shepherdstown to review the 84th Legislative session and to field questions and concerns from constituents.
“I’ve been (holding town hall meetings) since I first got elected,” Doyle said. “I’ve always believed in doing this because I think it’s important that I understand what the people I represent are thinking, and I think it’s important that they understand what’s going on in Charleston. I think the representative is in a unique position to be able to do both of those.”
At the meeting, Doyle fielded questions about several hot-button issues in the Eastern Panhandle, including MARC Train funding, Rockwool-related concerns and education reform.
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