The Town Planning Commission will meet on March 29 at 7 p.m. at Town Hall to continue discussions on the 2021 work program. The Town of Washington will also hold several meetings via Zoom. For links, email the Town Clerk at email@example.com:
Washington’s Town Council will meet on March 8 at 7 p.m. at Town Hall. Agenda items include a discussion about pathways, a discussion of planning protocols, scheduling a budget work session and Authorization of advertising of a Public Hearing to consider and adopt an ordinance to permit establishment of flood plain zones, requiring permits and establishing standards for construction in such zones and standards for variances.
The Town Council for the Town of Washington will meet on Monday, Feb. 8, at 7 p.m. at Town Hall. Face masks are required. Agenda items include, a public hearing for a special use permit for Pattio's Cafe to expand restaurant and cafe operations and outdoor seating and food service, discussion of topsoil removal from USPS site, COVID water testing report, report on the Board of Supervisors presentation, and scheduling a work session for the FY 21-22 budget.
At a work session on Monday night the Rappahannock County Board of Supervisors agreed to remove the highly controversial village maps from the comprehensive plan.
The following are closed Monday (Sept. 7) in observance of Labor Day, reopening Tuesday: Rappahannock County government offices; Rappahannock County Public Schools; Atlantic Union Bank; Oak View National Bank; BB&T; Rappahannock-Rapidan Community Services transportation; Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles; and the Rappahannock News (which has early deadlines for the Sept. 10 edition; all items for publication should be submitted no later than 3 p.m. tomorrow — Friday, Sept. 4).
Gun owners in Rappahannock County can sleep well at night knowing for a fact that their Board of Supervisors plans to leave their firearms in peace.
Bill Tieckelmann is a voracious learner and a renaissance man and Stephanie Ridder may be new to the BZA, but she is no stranger to public service.
The Rappahannock County BZA convened in recent days with two new members — Steph Ridder replacing David Konick, who was not re-appointed, and Bill Tieckelmann filling a seat left vacant by Jennifer Matthews.
Eldon Farms — specifically its Clover Hill estate at 4432 Sperryville Pike in Woodville — will be the venue for this Sunday evening’s “Community Gathering for Peace and Justice” in support of Black Lives Matter.
The Town of Washington Planning Commission holds its regularly scheduled monthly meeting on Monday, June 22, at 7 p.m. in the Town Hall. Highlights from the agenda include a discussion of a possible town ordinance covering food trucks in the Town of Washington.