Lake votes for new pool
Each household to be charged $100 extra

Voters overwhelmingly approved a funding plan for a new community pool at the Lake Monticello Owners’ Association (LMOA) 45th Annual Meeting on Saturday (June 24).

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Firefighters pursue construction of county burn building

Fluvanna firefighters are hoping for a burn building of their very own.

“Firefighters need to practice going to smoky buildings and fighting fire in a controlled setting,” said Cheryl Elliott, emergency services coordinator, to the Fluvanna County Board of Supervisors at its Wednesday night (June 21) meeting.

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Not one of the four candidates Fluvanna embraced in the June 13 primaries won the statewide election.

Fluvanna voters embraced Tom Perriello (Democrat for governor), Corey Stewart (Republican for governor), Susan Platt (Democrat for lieutenant governor), and Bryce Reeves (Republican for lieutenant governor).

By contrast, the following candidates will appear on the Nov. 7 ballot: Ralph Northam (Democrat for governor), Ed Gillespie (Republican for governor, Justin Fairfax (Democrat for lieutenant governor), and Jill Vogel (Republican for lieutenant governor).

Only 20 percent of Fluvanna’s voters chose to participate in the primaries. Of the county’s nearly 18,000 registered voters, about 3,600 cast a vote.

Is Fluvanna Democratic or Republican?
Virginian voters do not register as Democrats or Republicans and are free to vote in either primary, but they must choose only one. The following section refers to votes cast in the governor race.
About 2,100 Fluvanna residents voted in the Democratic primary and about 1,500 cast ballots for Republicans.

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Darrell Byers and Tony O'BrienThe make up of Fluvanna’s top governing body may change after the Nov. 7 election.

Four candidates submitted the necessary paperwork by the June 13 deadline to appear on the ballot for Fluvanna County Board of Supervisors.

Lake Monticello resident Darrell Byers is challenging incumbent Rivanna District Supervisor Tony O’Brien.

Current Supervisors Mike Sheridan (Columbia District) and Don Weaver (Cunningham District) are running unopposed.

Those who win the election will serve a four-year term from Jan. 1, 2018 to Dec. 31, 2021.

The Palmyra District seat, currently held by Supervisor Trish Eager, and the Fork Union District seat, currently held by Mozell Booker, will not open for another two years.

The Fluvanna Review asked the candidates to introduce themselves to voters and talk about their objectives for the next four years.
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School Board passes $39.6 million budget for upcoming year
Expects previous year-end surplus of $400,000 to $700,000

During its Wednesday (June 14) meeting the Fluvanna County School Board passed its initial fiscal year 2018 budget of $39.6 million, which encompasses the 2018-2019 school year, but not without a bit of dissent.

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