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Two delegates call for check into the state’s Real Estate Division


The Register-Herald

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Two members of the West Virginia House of Delegates are calling for a complete investigation into the state’s Real Estate Division to determine if the state is paying for any other properties it is no longer using, while a third is calling for the resignation of the division’s Executive Director Jon Amores.

In recent weeks, media reports, along with reports from the state Auditor’s Office, have detailed the circumstances surrounding the state’s payment of nearly $1 million for Middletown Mall office space in Fairmont that the Department of Health and Human Resources vacated in 2015.

House Committee on Government Organization Chair Gary Howell, R-Mineral, and Vice Chair Danny Hamrick, R-Harrison, are now calling for a complete investigation into the Real Estate Division.

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