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Lake election confusion resolved; $7.2 million project approved

The confusion plaguing the results of Saturday’s (June 27) Lake Monticello Owners’ Association (LMOA) election has been resolved.

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Lake votes don’t add up; election results in question

A majority of Lake Monticello Owners’ Association (LMOA) voters may have approved the controversial $7.2 million renovation and replacement (R&R) project in the vote culminating in Saturday’s (June 27) annual meeting of members.

However, the Fluvanna Review discovered an error in the voting totals, casting the results of the election into question.

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Eager pursues Palmyra supervisor seat

Patricia Eager, 65, told the Fluvanna Review today (June 8) that she has filed her papers to run for the Palmyra district seat on the Fluvanna County Board of Supervisors.

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New radio system will bolster safety of residents, first responders

In what Supervisor Bob Ullenbruch called “the most important motion we’ve ever made,” the Fluvanna County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Wednesday night (June 17) to approve a $6.6 million contract with Motorola to equip the county with a new E911 radio system.

Applause broke out after the vote from fire and rescue volunteers who packed the courtroom in support of the radio system.

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Gooch seeks election as Palmyra supervisor

John Gooch, 54, told the Fluvanna Review today (June 4) that he is officially a candidate for the Palmyra district seat on the Fluvanna County Board of Supervisors.

The seat is being vacated by current Palmyra supervisor Bob Ullenbruch, who is not seeking re-election.Gooch

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