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Retired Brigadier General John W. DouglassRetired Brigadier General John W. Douglass will be the guest speaker at the Fluvanna NAACP monthly meeting this Tuesday,* Aug. 7 at 7 p.m. at the Fluvanna County Public Library.

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The Board of Supervisors hashed out how to deal with water issues during an evening work session Wednesday (Aug. 1).

After a presentation about options for getting water to Zion Crossroads and eventually supplying water to the entire county, County Administrator Steve Nichols asked the board for guidance.

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Registration is now open for the Fluvanna Leadership Development Program (FLDP). The program’s mission is to inform, educate and prepare citizens to play a part in how the county lives, works and functions. The program meets one or two times each month between September and March, usually on the first and third Thursday of the month, from 7-9:30 p.m.

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Registration is now open for the Fluvanna Leadership Development Program (FLDP). The program’s mission is to inform, educate and prepare citizens to play a part in how the county lives, works and functions. The program meets one or two times each month between September and March, usually on the first and third Thursday of the month, from 7-9:30 p.m.

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Mayor John Hammond displays the gun and uniform once worn by Columbia’s constables. Tiny Columbia.

Even in its heyday, no more than 400 people lived within its two-tenths of a square mile confines.

According to the 2010 census, 83 people now live in Columbia, up from 49 in 2000.

Irene Newton is one of those citizens. Newton, the unofficial town historian, graduated from Fluvanna High School in 1943 and has lived in Columbia since she was six.

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