Government

County decides to charge for ambulance transport

It’s goodbye to free ambulance rides for Fluvanna County residents, who starting Sept. 1 will pay for their transport to the hospital.

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Hudson drops out of treasurer race

Ben Hudson, 54, announced Friday (July 3) that he is “ending all campaign activities for the office of Fluvanna County treasurer.”

Though his name will still appear on the ballot, Hudson hopes Fluvanna residents won’t vote for him.  “I’m not running an active campaign,” he said.

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County puzzles over unapproved roads

In an effort to tackle the problem of unapproved roads – that is, roads not accepted into the state system – plaguing various subdivisions county-wide, the Fluvanna County planning department is working on assembling a complete list.

This list will enumerate the county’s unapproved roads and the subdivisions in which they are located.  Jason Stewart, planning and zoning administrator, told the Board of Supervisors Wednesday afternoon (July 1) that his department is peering into another question, as well – whether bonds remain on the roads, and if so, how much. Add a comment

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Confederate controversy comes to Palmyra park

County asks residents for name suggestions

A tiny park in Palmyra, home to a memorial honoring the Confederate soldiers who died in the Civil War, is suddenly rather nameless now that its unofficial title, Confederate Park, has been called into question.

After a white gunman shot and killed nine black people in a historic church in South Carolina on June 17, the fallout swept over the South as some began to call for the removal of Confederate flags and symbols.

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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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