The Consolidated Public Retirement Board voted this week to increase contributions counties need to make for the Deputy Sheriff Retirement System, which is separate from the state's larger Public Employees Retirement System.

Counties had been paying 10.5 percent, but starting July 1, they will pay 13 percent, according to the retirement board's Acting Executive Director Terasa Miller.

The increase was made by the WV Legislature.

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