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Cops: Woman stabs would-be robber in chest

Cops: Woman stabs would-be robber in chest

A King George woman is recovering from wounds she received when a 28-year-old man broke into her mob...

Group helps feed local kids in need

Group helps feed local kids in need

Whoever said there’s no such thing as a free lunch never met the “Summer Lunch Bunch.” The volunteer...

Vandals, thieves strike at Historyland

Vandals, thieves strike at Historyland

Historyland Memorial Park was the site this past weekend of a robbery of numerous bronze vases from ...

Saying goodbye to Howard’s

Saying goodbye to Howard’s

Howard’s Bakery & Restaurant in King George has been busier than ever in its lead-up to its clos...

Project Faith claim denied by county

A claim by Project Faith Inc. for $300,000 against the county unanimously was denied Dec. 16 by the ...

A Holly Jolly time was had by all

A Holly Jolly time was had by all

The annual Holly Jolly Market brought friends and neighbors out to shop locally for unique Christmas...

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Board extends option to purchase 343 acres adjacent to Industrial Park

The King George Board of Supervisors recently authorized Travis Quesenberry, county administrator, to execute an extension to an option agreement for the county to purchase 343 acres in the Sealston area of the county for $10 million, based on a price of $29,149 per acre.

Read more: Board extends option to purchase 343 acres adjacent to Industrial Park

Board hears more complaints about access to broadband service

The King George Wireless Authority heard from a couple of new residents asking for assistance in obtaining high speed broadband Internet service at their residence at a reasonable cost.

The comments were made at last week’s meeting during public comment time on June 25 by Rusty Huyck

Read more: Board hears more complaints about access to broadband service

HELP Center report falls flat

Support for project waning

Project FAITH executive director Froncé Wardlaw appeared last week at a meeting of the King George Board of Supervisors to report on a controversial proposed HELP Center project slated to be built on 5.5 acres of land provided free by the county in May 2012. That’s if she can get all footings poured by Aug. 1, as

Read more: HELP Center report falls flat

Board adopts new noise ordinance

King George Supervisors last week on June 4 unanimously adopted a revised draft noise ordinance following a second public hearing with some new amendments.

The new ordinance was developed by county attorney Eric Gregory with lots of input from the Board of

Read more: Board adopts new noise ordinance

Board hears more on proposal to expand landfill

Waste Management District Manager Tom Cue provided information to King George Supervisors at last week’s meeting on June 4, indicating what the visual effect would be of a proposed vertical expansion of the landfill by allowing it to go 100 feet higher.

Read more: Board hears more on proposal to expand landfill

Board adopts VDOT Six-Year plan as presented

About 50 people were present at a public hearing in King George on May 21 to hear Virginia Department of Transportation’s (VDOT) Northern Neck Residency administrator David Brown provide an overview and slides on the 2014-19 Six Year Plan for secondary road improvements.

Read more: Board adopts VDOT Six-Year plan as presented

Supervisors approve Terra Products

Following public hearings on both cases last week, the King George Board of Supervisors unanimously approved cases that will allow Terra Products LLC to establish its concrete product business in a vacant industrial building in Dogue, and for the keeping of horses as pets in some subdivisions with specific conditions. The actions were taken at the meeting on May 21.

Read more: Supervisors approve Terra Products

Revised noise ordinance get hearing next week

King George Supervisors will hold another public hearing on a newly-revised draft noise ordinance at next week’s meeting on Tuesday, June 4.      

At its last meeting on May 21, the board made some significant changes to the proposed ordinance that require it to be re-advertised with another hearing to be held.

Read more: Revised noise ordinance get hearing next week

 

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