James C. Justice Cos., owned by West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice’s family, has finally paid its Albemarle County taxes.
The company, which had owed $311,103.68 to the county in unpaid taxes and fees for real estate it owns, recently made a wire payment of $404,654.48, according to county staff. The payment covers all delinquent taxes and fees, plus the first half of 2019 taxes, which were due June 5.
In March, the county had started the tax sale process on 52 of the company’s 55 parcels in Albemarle County.