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Tyler County Commissioners
The following individuals are serving six-year terms on the Tyler County Commission:
(term expires: 2022)
(term expires: 2020)
(term expires: 2024)
County Commissioner Duties
County Commissioners serve as the chief fiscal body for the county. They act as a quasi-judicial body, and make determination on property tax appeals. They are involved with the conducting of elections and economic development. West Virginia law gives County Commissioners jurisdiction over probate of wills, appointments of personal representatives, guardians, and fiduciary commissioners. These meetings must be held at the courthouse. Special sessions may be held throughout the year if called by the President of the Commission with the concurrence of at least one other commissioner. For additional information about the County Commission and it's duties, please see Chapter 7, Article 1 of the West Virginia State Code.
Boards and Commissions
County Commissioners appoint members to various boards and commissions at the local level as authorized by the legislature. Some of those boards include:Extension Service Commission
Economic Development and Planning Commission
Homeland Security & OEM
Little Kanawha RC&D
Senior Citizens & Nutrition
Workforce Investment Board
Americans with Disabilities Act Committee
Tyler County Public Service District
Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC)
4-H Farm Community Center Association
Regular Hours of Operation
The Tyler County Commission meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month from 9:00am to completion in the Tyler County Commission Room.
To be placed on the Agenda, please call no later than Thursday prior to regular scheduled meeting.