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VPA AwardsThe Fluvanna Review won nine Virginia Press Association (VPA) awards for its news and cover design work in 2016. The announcement was made at the annual VPA banquet held Saturday (April 8) in Richmond.

Editor Christina Dimeo won six awards and Lisa C. Hurdle, advertising designer, won three awards.

“Christina and Lisa have done a fantastic job for the paper,” said Carlos Santos, publisher. “Christina took over as editor in August and has been excellent. The Fluvanna Review is a great community newspaper. They richly deserve these awards. I’m proud of them both.” Add a comment

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Carr, Washington will not seek re-election

Fluvanna County School Board members Carol Carr (Rivanna) and Camilla Washington (Columbia) announced they will not run for re-election.

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Supervisors pass budget, tax increase

The Fluvanna County Board of Supervisors passed a fiscal year 2018 (FY18) budget of $75.6 million at its meeting Wednesday night (April 12).

The real property tax rate is now set at 90.7 cents. The equalized tax rate was 88.2 cents.

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Lake to vote on $100 per household for new pool

Lake Monticello residents will be asked to approve a funding plan for the replacement of the community pool that will split the cost between property owners and the Lake Monticello Owners Association (LMOA) Emergency Reserve Account (ERA).

The Board of Directors approved the plan in a special session on Thursday night (April 6).

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No residents speak at tax public hearing

The Fluvanna County Board of Supervisors sat down Wednesday night (April 5) for a public hearing on the fiscal year 2018 (FY18) tax rates, budget and capital improvements plan (CIP), but no members of the public spoke.

Three people attended other than county staff or board members, school personnel, or members of the media.

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