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It’s a case looking for a new set of eyes.

Attorneys representing the Fluvanna Board of Supervisors filed a notice of appeal May 1 to theVirginia Supreme Court asking that court to reconsider its $18 million lawsuitagainst Davenport & Co. LLC. The suit is asking that Davenport be found responsible for misleading the board regarding the best method to finance the school. Davenport advised supervisors on bonds to fund construction of the new high school which is opening in August.  On Feb. 23, Fluvanna Circuit Court Judge Benjamin N.A. Kendrick dismissed the lawsuit, saying it was not the Circuit Court’s job to determine liability insuch cases.

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Audrey Kammarude behind her collection of windchimesThose who volunteer for Lake Monticello Fire and Rescue weren’t sure the Bloomin’ Bazaar would pull in much needed revenue. After all, it was a new concept never tried for fundraising, but Beverly Gibbens made it work. She was thrilled with the turn-out Saturday, May 19.

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LM BOD candidates Richard Cummings, Page Gifford and Charles HarrelsonThe Lake Monticello Owners’ Association (LMOA) will hold its 40th Annual Meeting of Members on June 30. This year, the only business for member vote will be the election of two directors from a field of three candidates. Add a comment

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Sandy Beach on the RivannaFor most Fluvanna children, the long-awaited freedom of summer has already given way to the doldrums and mischief of unstructured time.  By now, if you’re lucky enough to have someone at home to watch the kids for the summer, they’re probably frantically searching the web to find alternatives to 12-hour marathons of Nickelodeon.  With finances ever tighter, and gas prices still high your choices begin to narrow.  Never fear, Fluvanna Review is here!  Fight the cries of boredom and listlessness with an arsenal of fun and free (or low cost) local activities.

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Class ringA 1989 Fluvanna High School graduate recently benefitted from the ongoing
 move from the old to the new school building.

When Tony Abbott was a senior 23 years ago, his grandmother gave him a class
 ring she had made at Glassner Jewelers where she worked.

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