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King George to enact $250 fines for residents whose vehicles have out-of-state tags

The King George Board of Supervisors is eager to adopt an ordinance to fine residents $250 for each owned vehicle they fail to register in Virginia.

The county has to wait until it gets an ordinance on the books, which was requested on Sept. 20.

Read more: King George to enact $250 fines for residents whose vehicles have out-of-state tags

‘My Vote Matters’ a winning campaign

King George County was cited by the Virginia Association of Counties as one of its 29 recipients for a 2016 Achievement Award recognizing model local government programs.

Read more: ‘My Vote Matters’ a winning campaign

Public hearing by King George planners to consider beekeeping in residential areas

The King George Planning Commission will hold a public hearing Oct. 11 to take comments on whether to allow beekeeping in residentially zoned districts.

Read more: Public hearing by King George planners to consider beekeeping in residential areas

A.T. Johnson Museum in Montross hosts African-American Education Trail group

A third meeting for anyone interested in helping to pinpoint locations and give information about sites of African-American one- and two-room schools and training schools in the Northern Neck prior to desegregation will take place 11a.m. Oct. 14 in Warsaw.

Read more: A.T. Johnson Museum in Montross hosts African-American Education Trail group

Honeywell contract going forward

The King George Board of Supervisors gave the go-ahead for the School Board to proceed with a proposal by Honeywell Building Solutions for an energy performance contract.

Read more: Honeywell contract going forward

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