Coal Mine Agrees to Pay Back Taxes to Wyoming County


WYOMING COUNTY– A deal has been reached between a Wyoming County coal mine and the county.

Prosecuting Attorney Mike Cochran tells WOAY Pinnacle Coal Mine has verbally agreed to pay $1.2 million in back taxes to the county. The company, owned by Seneca Coal, has until June 17 to make the payment in full.

These taxes were originally due in April.

Tyler Barker

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