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Candidates Page Gifford, Dick Cummings and Charles Harrelson stood at the meeting where election results were announced. Charles Harrelson and Dick Cummings were elected as directors of the Lake Monticello Owners’ Association, the LMOA announced Saturday (June 30).

The LMOA oversees the huge Lake Monticello subdivision in Fluvanna County.

Harrelson, a retired businessman, garnered 811 votes. Cummings, a retired CPA, got 810 votes. Page Gifford, a freelance writer and community volunteer, received 430 votes.

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Guided tours of Fluvanna County’s new high school will be held Thursday (July 12) and Thursday (July 26).

The July 12 tours will last from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. with the guided tours beginning every 15 minutes. The July 26 tours will run from 6 to 8 p.m. with the guided tours beginning every 15 minutes.

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The Fluvanna Chamber of Commerce hosted two meetings Thursday (June 28) to allow the public to hear about a proposed water line to Zion Crossroads and the Return on Investment study done by the Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission. Both meetings – one at 2 p.m. and another at 7 p.m. – were held in the new high school. Clifton Parker, director of corporate development for Aqua Virginia told the 30 or so gathered at the afternoon meeting that the pump station at Lake Monticello is operating only at half capacity – leaving plenty of water for Zion Crossroads.

 

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Ian Jackson, of I and J Home Builders talked to the Lake Monticello Owners’ Association Board at Thursday (June 28) night’s board meeting about more than 30 acres he hopes to buy on the Lake side of Route 618. Jackson said he plans to build homes that would cost between $190,000 and $200,000.

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Storm damage at Tom and Carol Brown's home in Lake Monticello.Record heat followed by storms swept through Fluvanna Friday night (June 29), with strong winds felling trees and power lines.

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