James C. Justice Companies

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The James C. Justice Companies purchased 4,500 acres of rural land in Albemarle County from MeadWestvaco on December 1, 2010. Their plans for the timber land south of Ash Lawn-Highland and Monticello are not known as of December 5, 2010.[1][2] The Justice family also purchased Wintergreen Resort in 2012.[3]

James C. Justice II is CEO of the family-run West Virginia company known for its coal mining, farming and timber operations. Justice bought The Greenbrier resort in 2009 in West Virginia when it was facing bankruptcy. Besides The Greenbrier, the Justice family has owned or developed other large recreational properties. According to Marshall University’s website, where Jim Justice received his undergraduate and MBA degrees, the family developed the Stoney Brook Plantation, a 15,000-acre hunting and fishing preserve in West Virginia’s Monroe County.[2]

The property tax payments for the land were not paid for December 2016 and June 2017, thus taking the land out of land use taxation. [4]


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References

  1. Albemarle County General District Court. Deed of Sale. Book 3965 Page 5-16. 1 Dec 2010.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Web. West Virginia company buys 4,500 acres in Albemarle near Ash Lawn-Highland and Monticello, Brian Wheeler, Charlottesville Tomorrow News Center, Charlottesville Tomorrow, 5 Dec 2010, retrieved 5 Dec 2010.
  3. Web. Wintergreen Resort Sold to James C. Justice, Newsplex, 25 May 2012, retrieved 25 June 2012.
  4. Web. West Virginia governor’s company fails to pay property taxes in Albemarle, faces questions over land use, Tim Dodson, News Article, Charlottesville Tomorrow, August 7, 2017, retrieved September 4, 2017.

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