Short version. The West Virginia Constitution requires that the Governor, along with certain other elected officials, “reside” in Charleston during their terms in office. Gov. Justice is indisputably not doing that. He is living at his home in Lewisburg about an hour away, working from home most days, and arguably not in his office as much as he should be.
A member of the House of Delegates has asked a circuit judge to compel the Governor to live in Charleston. For the reasons in the linked article, I think it is a non justiciable political question. If the Legislature cares so much about it, impeach and remove him from office.
If a court would get involved it could cause a constitutional crises and a separation of powers issue. What say you?