ABINGDON, Va. - Members of the Washington County Board of Supervisors will vote Tuesday on whether to hire a Richmond-based law firm and lobbying group during the next session of the General Assembly.
Lobbyists from the firm Williams Mullen represented the county last year, when the county failed to get added to legislation that enables certain localities to retain sales and use taxes generated at a development of regional impact to use to pay for bonds on the development. Bristol, Va., was added to the legislation.
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