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School Board sets next year’s calendar


The Fluvanna County School Board unanimously approved the 2017-2018 school calendar and a new bus policy at its March meeting Wednesday (March 8).

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Budget discussion raises supervisor hackles

The Fluvanna County Board of Supervisors embarked on a line-by-line analysis of the proposed fiscal year 2018 budget at a work session Wednesday night (March 8).

But after an hour had passed and only two subsets of the budget had been argued over, Chairman Mike Sheridan put a stop to the approach.

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From a survey designed to help the Board of Supervisors decide on budget priorities to a program to recognize those that contribute to the community, Fluvanna County government wants to know what you think. 

“We always, always, always want to hear feedback from the community – good, bad, indifferent, preferences – especially during budget season,” said County Administrator Steve Nichols.
To that end, the county website (fluvannacounty.org) is hosting a 2017 citizen survey that asks residents to weigh in on their satisfaction with the county’s current services and direction. Nichols plans to present the data from the survey at the Board of Supervisors meeting on March 15.

He encouraged residents to take the survey, accessible from the website’s homepage, before March 15. “The Board does really listen and they are very interested,” he said.

Residents can always reach out using My Two Cents, a virtual comment box available on the website. People can leave compliments, criticisms, concerns or suggestions for departments or staff members.


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Connor ReillyThere is a star in Fluvanna’s galaxy but we might have missed it because our telescope isn’t trained on that orbit.

We give props to top athletes, high academic achievers, Eagle Scouts and heroes.

But a bassoon player? It’s about time.

Fluvanna County High School senior Connor Reilly joined a rare group when the National Youth Orchestra of the United States of America chose him as one of five bassoonists to become a part of its elite family.

That means together with other top student musicians, Connor will study in New York this summer for a three-week residency, as well as play a July 21 concert at Carnegie Hall followed by a performance trip through Latin America.
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Lake pool options presented at town hall

Lake Monticello residents will soon be asked to decide between funding options on a $900,000 pool replacement project.

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