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Two talented women destined to cross paths

Two talented women destined to cross paths

One may call it fate or destiny, but the similarity between two women, Olga Farneth and Velia Jacobo...

School Debt comes full circle for Chairman Trivett

School Debt comes full circle for Chairman Trivett

Colonial Beach School Board Chairman Tim Trivett talked to the town council at the March work sessio...

Legg no stranger to making history

Legg no stranger to making history

Colonial Beach Town Council formally introduced Elizabeth “Libby” Legg as the town’s new permanent C...

Alta Vista poor host to CB during Regional tournament

Alta Vista poor host to CB during Regional tournament

Colonial Beach School Board member Wayne Kennedy aired his disapproval of Alta Vista’s hosting pract...

I Love You Dinner

I Love You Dinner

Cub Scout Pack 258, with the support of the CB Volunteer Rescue Squad, held an “I Love You Dinner” f...

Goodwill opens rack store in Colonial Beach

Goodwill opens rack store in Colonial Beach

The Rappahannock Goodwill Industries held its grand opening at the Beach Gate Shopping Center on Feb...

 

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CB will wait to increase W&S fees

Numbered street repairs still on schedule
Gary Seeber, Chairman of the Public Works Committee, reported to the Town Council at Thursday’s meeting that extra water and sewer infrastructure projects would have to wait. Particularly, moving water pipes.

Colonial Beach was issued a consent order by the DEQ signed on April 5, 2007 to reduce I and I and others issues related to the entire water and sewer system.

I and I is the amount of inflow and infiltration of rainwater that enters the sewer system, either by storm drains or leaks in the pipes during heavy rain. At present Colonial Beach wastewater treatment plant spends an estimated $450,000 annually treating rainwater due to I and I.

Because of this consent order the town is mandated to finish certain projects first.

Town Manager Val Foulds reported that Colonial Beach has a bond issued from 1993 that will mature in March of

Read more: CB will wait to increase W&S fees

Colonial Beach Town Council gets it done

Council made quick work of it’s long agenda last Thursday, March 8, holding several public hearings and passing ordinances to amend the school’s budget, dispose of the last four properties on Lawrence Lane, amend article 6 R-1 and R-2 of the Zoning Ordinance, lease the building at 108 Taylor Street on the boardwalk, authorize funding for the Jet Ski races in July and approve the contract between the Chamber of Commerce and the Upstate Watercraft Promotions, as well as pass Tourism Committee by-laws.

School Budget amendment.  
While adopting a resolution to amend the 2011-12 school budget increasing it by $282,380 in response to the school being awarded two federal awards for the high school improvement program and the mentoring program, the council seemed to have

Read more: Colonial Beach Town Council gets it done

Chiarello appointed to fill Buzby’s vacant seat

Colonial Beach Town Council remains an all male group after appointing James Chiarello to fill Shane Buzby’s seat.

James Chiarello was one of three applicants to apply for the vacant seat Wednesday night. Winning, over Gerald Higgs and Wanda Goforth. Another applicant Linda Brubaker had previously shown interest in the Planning Commission but did not return calls to the Town Clerk in time to be put on the agenda for consideration.

Chiarello first appeared before the council on January 4 when he applied for the vacant seat left by Ronald “Sparky” Ridgely. For this reason many of the Council members decided to forgo asking him any questions since they already knew his views.

The following is a synopsis of his views from Jan. 4 and March 7.

Chiarello lives and works as a handyman in town. By nature he likes to fix things in a creative

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Budget Committee focused on the year ahead

Chairman of the Budget Committee, Mike Ham told members, at last weeks Budget Committee meeting,  “In most categories of the budget we are where we should be, with some items coming in over budget.”

Ham hopes to have the 2012-13 fiscal year budget out on time this year. Last year’s budget was delayed by the town’s audit. Ham announced he is also putting together a report of the last five years revenue and expenditures to determine what the town

Read more: Budget Committee focused on the year ahead

Boardwalk revitalization grant application complete

Colonial Beach Town Council passed resolutions to finalize the application for a $750,000 Business District Revitalization Grant at a special meeting held last Thursday,    Feb. 16.

The council, after watching a power point presentation by Carol Rizzio of Lands Studio outlining the different phases of revitalization planned for Colonial Beach, passed a resolution naming the

Read more: Boardwalk revitalization grant application complete

Buzby resigns from council

Councilman Shane Buzby makes the fourth resignation from Colonial Beach Town Council in less than a year.

Councilman, Stephen Kennedy resigned on March 23, 2011. Councilwoman Karen Payne’s resignation was accepted November 2011, and councilman Ronald ‘Sparky’ Ridgely’s resignation was added to the agenda at the December meeting.

Buzby announced his resignation in a letter dated Feb. 10, the same day he was signed in as a Deputy Sheriff with Westmoreland County Sheriffs Department.

In his letter Buzby said, “It has been a pleasure serving in this capacity and I thank all of the

Read more: Buzby resigns from council

Colonial Beach Town Council loses a second member in less than 30 days

For the second meeting in a row Colonial Beach Town Council accepted one of its member's resignations, both of whom served on the Budget Committee.

At the November meeting, Council announced the resignation of Karen Payne chair of the Budget Committee.

At the December meeting, no sooner did Council reconvene from closed session to announce Payne's replacement; Tim Curtin, but Council added to their agenda a resolution to accept Ronald

Read more: Colonial Beach Town Council loses a second member in less than 30 days

Karen Payne resigns from Colonial Beach Town Council

The Colonial Beach Town Council added a resolution to last night's agenda to accept the Resignation of Councilwoman Karen Payne who did not attend the meeting last night. Payne was not available for comment and no reason was given for her resignation. Details will be given as soon as they become available.

 

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