Government

County recommends budget cuts for projects

One week away from a final vote, the fiscal year 2016 (FY16) Fluvanna County budget and tax rate emerged from Wednesday night’s (April 8) public hearing unscathed, without a single citizen comment.

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Ullenbruch storms out of supervisor meeting

The service agreement for the James River Water Authority (JRWA), which will cost Fluvanna County about $2.75 million, was approved Wednesday afternoon (April 1) by the Board of Supervisors without representation for the Palmyra district, as Supervisor Bob Ullenbruch stormed out of the meeting before the vote after being told he sounded like a Communist.

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Board unanimously sets advertised budget

In a rare unanimous vote Fluvanna County supervisors agreed Wednesday night (Mar. 18) to advertise a budget of $68.3 million for fiscal year 2016 (FY16).

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Water coming to Zion Crossroads

In a historic decision, Fluvanna County supervisors voted Wednesday afternoon (March 4) to develop a Zion Crossroads water and sewer system.

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Road questions leave residents hanging

Plaguing some subdivisions around Fluvanna County is a pesky little problem that sometimes pops up when it snows then lays dormant for the rest of the year – but if left unchecked could blow up into a nightmare for the homeowners who live there.

The problem is this: No one will claim responsibility for the roads.

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