Government

Supervisors warned of dismal budget prospects

Supervisors could be helpless to create a budget this year that funds the services they want, County Administrator Steve Nichols declared at the Wednesday afternoon (Jan. 7) meeting of the Fluvanna County Board of Supervisors.

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Supervisors bite off new dog leash policy

Recent dog bites at Fluvanna County parks have prompted the county to take action on a new dog leash policy.

Commonwealth’s Attorney Jeff Haislip informed the Board of Supervisors Wednesday night (Dec. 17) that a high school student running on the track team was bitten by an unleashed dog at Pleasant Grove.  In a separate incident an unleashed dog bit an adult at Pleasant Grove.  Not only that, but one dog recently bit another dog so badly that the bitten dog almost died, he said.  That case is going to court.

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Landowners turn out for pipeline details

More than 60 Fluvanna landowners attended a meeting on  Dec. 16 to learn more about a pipeline that will carry water from the James River to support growth in Louisa County near Zion Crossroads.

The pipeline will run from a proposed pumping station on Rt. 6 at the James River near Columbia to a water treatment plant that will be built at Ferncliff, and from there to Zion Crossroads.  It will be constructed adjacent to the existing Colonial Gas Pipeline and Central Virginia Electric Cooperative transmission lines.

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Supervisors hear Zion Crossroads water plan

RK&K Engineers this afternoon (Dec. 17) gave the Fluvanna County Board of Supervisors a sneak peek at the preliminary engineering report (PER) the firm is developing for a Zion Crossroads water and sewer system.

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Supervisors condemn Aqua rate hike

The Fluvanna County Board of Supervisors unanimously passed a resolution condemning Aqua Virginia’s requested rate increase as “unreasonable and unjust” Wednesday afternoon (Dec. 3).

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