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Three die in car crash

Two Lake Monticello residents and one Chesapeake woman died in a car crash Monday morning (Jan. 23) on Route 15 in Bremo Bluff near Route 656 and the Fluvanna and Buckingham County line, according to a press release issued by Corinne Geller, Virginia State Police public relations director.

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County tackles two new projects

Fluvanna County is tackling two new projects in the hopes of boosting efficiency.

At a work session and meeting Wednesday (Jan. 18), the Board of Supervisors gave the nod to both an overhaul of the county’s energy equipment and a fiber network project that will connect certain county buildings.

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Lane denied bond on four felony charges

Within seconds of when Fluvanna Circuit Court Judge Richard Moore denied bond to Dantres Lane, 32, on Thursday (Jan. 19), deputies led Lane back into the holding area behind a closed door.

As the judge talked with Fluvanna Commonwealth’s Attorney Jeff Haislip, there came a series of loud bumping and clanging noises.

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Board of supervisorsAs the five members of the Fluvanna Board of Supervisors consider how to run the county, certain goals take precedence over others. The Fluvanna Review asked supervisors to explain their top two priorities for Fluvanna in 2017. This is how they responded.

Chairman Mike Sheridan (Columbia)
My two biggest things are the E911 radio project and getting the water line at Zion Crossroads done.

I said two years ago when we started talking about the water project that unless we were willing to invest in the Route 15 corridor and Route 250, we were throwing water away with the James River Water Authority line. We have to have pipes in the ground on our side so that when the water gets there, we’re prepared to use it. I think that’s going to allow us to have that corridor grow on our side. Add a comment

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The 22nd Senate District vote crowned Republican Mark Peake of Lynchburg the winner, but former Fluvanna Sheriff Ryant Washington gave him a run for his money in Fluvanna.

Washington squeaked out a victory among Fluvanna voters, beating Peake by just 78 votes. One hundred voted for Independent Joe Hines of Prince Edward County.

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