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FMS art students Rachel Hightman, Kacey Hughes, and Sarah Spitler. Last year, with the new high school opening and the school system shook up with shifting grades and relocating, middle school art teacher Marguerite Kritzer wasn’t sure how things would eventually work at the new middle school. Nearly six months later, Kritzer is pleased with her surroundings, students and the new system, stating she has more time to teach art and that pleases her the most.
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The Virginia Department of Transportation and Earley Marine Inc. of Virginia Beach will begin work this week to replace the Route 632 (Ridge Road) bridge at Ballinger Creek in Fluvanna County, according to a VDOT press release. The bridge is located just north of Palmyra.
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Sheriff Ryant Washington will unveil a comprehensive crisis management plan for schools to the Fluvanna County School Board in a few weeks.
Washington and representatives from all Fluvanna schools – public and private – started in late 2010 reviewing each school’s plan for handling emergencies – from fires to hostage situations to shootings – in order to bring them all in line.
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Figures used to base total revenue for FY2013 were off by more than half a million dollars, County Administrator Steve Nichols told the Board of Supervisors at Wednesday’s Board meeting (Jan. 16).
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Fluvanna’s Commissioner of the Revenue said Thursday (Jan. 17) figures he provided the former Finance Director were correct - they were applied wrong.
Mel Sheridan responded to County Administrator Steve Nichols report to the Board of Supervisors of a half million revenue shortfall in 2013 projections.
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