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Supervisors advertise 7.5-cent tax hike

The Fluvanna County Board of Supervisors voted Wednesday night (Feb. 18) to advertise a real property tax rate of 93.5 cents, up 7.5 cents or 8.7 percent from next year's equalized rate of 86 cents per $100 valuation – if it sticks.

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New look coming to Fork Union

Fork Union will soon have a new look along Rt. 15 near Fork Union Military Academy, the Fluvanna County Board of Supervisors learned Wednesday night (Feb. 18).

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Proposed county budget contains 4 percent tax increase

County Administrator Steve Nichols predicted Wednesday afternoon (Feb. 4) that the average homeowner in Fluvanna County will see a 4 percent tax increase as a result of the fiscal year 2016 (FY16) budget he proposed to the Board of Supervisors.

The average homeowner’s tax bill would increase from $1,388 to $1,411, he said.

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Supervisors find dollars by cutting projects

In an attempt to find money in what will be a cash-strapped budget, supervisors searched through capital improvements plan (CIP) projects Wednesday afternoon (Jan. 21) for anything they could cancel, cut, or put on hold.

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Supervisors pursue fee for ambulance use

Fluvanna County could be billing for ambulance transport as soon as July.

The Board of Supervisors directed staff Wednesday evening (Jan. 21) to develop a few different versions of a cost recovery program to recoup some of the expenses involved in providing ambulance transport to people within the county.

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