Rush River Commons property owner Chuck Akre’s attorney last week unveiled a draft document outlining a set of terms for both the Rappahannock County Board of Supervisors and Washington Town Council to consider as part of proposed boundary line adjustment in the town to accommodate an expansion of the development.

The document was crafted by attorney John Foote based on conversations held with Commonwealth’s Attorney Art Goff, County Administrator Garrey Curry and Town Attorney Martin Crim. It is expected to be reviewed by the Board of Supervisors at a special meeting on Monday and as early as next month by the Town Council, which appears less willing to support its terms, as many favor the county. [Monday's meeting was subsequently canceled.]

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