When one cent makes sense

5) Will cost Fluvanna about one penny on tax rate to cover debt for JRWA investment (and that doesn’t take into account any economic development over the next 20 years which will offset that cost.)
6) Makes a clear commitment to business community that Fluvanna is open for business.
No will:
1) Put Fluvanna in breach of the Oct. 13 agreement.
2) Put Fluvanna at serious financial, legal, reputational risk for its breach.
3) Close door to any future Louisa collaboration.
4) Either:
a) Make decision that Fluvanna will not invest in water/infrastructure to bring economic development to Fluvanna (guaranteeing real estate tax burden will increase and investment in core services will decline.)
b) Force Fluvanna to build own pipeline up Rt. 15 and a treatment plant that would likely cost Fluvanna >$50 million (over 10 cents on the tax rate) more than current JRWA plan, would substantially delay water to Zion, and may put Fluvanna’s DEQ permit at serious risk.
Dec. 2 is the biggest vote this county will make for the next 50 years. Simply stated, this is only a vote to follow up on already existing commitments made by Fluvanna with no additional financial commitment. Don’t sit by idly and watch it pass by. Either contact your Board of Supervisor’s representative or show up on Dec. 2 to voice your opinion!

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