- Last Updated on Saturday, 24 November 2012 11:15
- Published on Wednesday, 21 November 2012 00:00
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Dahlgren Road project:
While public opposition to the Dahlgren Road improvement project continues to grow, the previous unanimity on the issue by the Board of Supervisors could be disintegrating.
- Last Updated on Saturday, 10 November 2012 15:22
- Published on Thursday, 08 November 2012 12:46
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Preparation for a real estate reassessment by Blue Ridge Mass Appraisals of Staunton is getting underway in King George and will run through most of 2013.
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 31 October 2012 17:22
- Published on Wednesday, 31 October 2012 17:21
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An “official protest of impropriety” lodged with King George county administrator Travis Quesenberry and Registrar Lorrie Gump by James Monroe Supervisor John LoBuglio on Monday, Oct. 15, will not be pursued at law by interim county attorney Jeff Gore.
- Last Updated on Friday, 26 October 2012 15:57
- Published on Wednesday, 24 October 2012 14:03
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The King George Board of Supervisors welcomed Jeff Gore to his first meeting as interim county attorney earlier this month on Oct. 2. Gore and his firm, Hefty & Wiley, P.C. of Richmond are filling the vacancy in the position due to the resignation of Matt Britton, effective on Sept. 30.
- Last Updated on Friday, 26 October 2012 15:58
- Published on Wednesday, 24 October 2012 14:02
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King George County is projecting to have a surplus of over $2 million for 2011-12, which ended on June 30. Surprisingly, the School Board is also projected to have a surplus currently estimated at $408,289.
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 October 2012 14:50
- Published on Wednesday, 10 October 2012 14:50
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JLUS meeting this week
The King George Board of Supervisors met last week with the Planning Commission and received an overview of its proposed draft county Comprehensive Plan for land use from commission chairman Josh Colwell.
The joint meeting took place on Oct. 2 with all five Supervisors present and most of the ten commissioners in attendance. In addition to Colwell, other commissioners at the joint meeting were Tony Scaramozzi, Chris Cox, Bill Robie, William Eschmann, Tara Patterson, Jessica Herrink and Karla Frank.
- Last Updated on Tuesday, 18 September 2012 20:15
- Published on Tuesday, 18 September 2012 20:15
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King George Supervisors earlier this month reviewed elements that are expected to be considered for inclusion in a proposal for a new noise ordinance. The next report on a new noise ordinance is not expected to take place until early November, when Sheriff Steve Dempsey agreed to provide some additional information regarding decibel meter readings and complaint history, including such things as whether the bulk of complaints took place at night, and enforcement success rates from surrounding counties with such ordinances.
EXISTING NOISE ORDINANCE UNENFORCEABLE
A new noise ordinance is needed because Supervisors were informed over the summer by Matt Britton, county attorney, that the existing noise ordinance is completely unenforceable. The current ordinance is based on the “reasonable person standard.”