Government

Fluvanna sued for $40 million

Fluvanna County and the Fluvanna County Board of Supervisors now have two lawsuits filed against them, one of which seeks $40 million in damages.

On Dec. 30 Louisa County and the Louisa County Board of Supervisors filed suit against Fluvanna and its supervisors.  On Dec. 31 Louisa and its supervisors were joined by the Louisa County Water Authority (LCWA) and the James River Water Authority (JRWA) as plaintiffs in a separate suit against Fluvanna and its supervisors.

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Water authority votes to sue Fluvanna

Fluvanna County is getting sued.

At a special meeting on Wednesday afternoon (Dec. 30), the James River Water Authority (JRWA) voted to file suit against Fluvanna County for its Dec. 2 denial of the JRWA special use permit.

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Zion Crossroads water back on track

The Fluvanna County Board of Supervisors plunged ahead with water at Zion Crossroads at its meeting Wednesday night (Dec. 16) by reversing a vote from two weeks earlier that put the project on hold.

The water project will draw up to 75,000 gallons per day of treated water from the Department of Corrections (DOC) facility on Rt. 250 and pipe it to the intersection of Rt. 250 and Rt. 15 at Zion Crossroads.  It will also take between 100,000 and 125,000 gallons per day of sewage back to the DOC to be treated.

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Supervisors affirm “secret” water vote

After catching flak for a late-night, so-called “secret” water vote a month earlier, the Fluvanna County Board of Supervisors on Wednesday night (Dec. 16) affirmed its previous vote in an attempt to dispel lingering controversy over its actions.

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Water pipeline Board tries again for permit

At a special meeting of the James River Water Authority (JRWA) on Friday (Dec. 11), the JRWA Board voted to resubmit a special use permit (SUP) to the Fluvanna County Board of Supervisors in the hopes that supervisors will allow the James River water project to proceed.

But rather than putting the water project’s intake facility on Barbara Seay’s Point of Fork land – a historic location that has met with stiff opposition from Seay and history buffs – the JRWA decided to move it about 100 or 200 yards away onto the property of William Hammond.

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