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Rappahannock County Recreational Facilities Authority, or the park board, on Thursday unanimously agreed to allow representatives from the non…
I am writing in support of David Konick for Stonewall-Hawthorne District. Konick is very knowledgeable of Rappahannock County Zoning ordinances. He has experience by serving on the Zoning Appeals Board and the Planning Commission.
At their monthly meeting on Monday, the Rappahannock County Board of Supervisors approved $65,000 to the Rappahannock County Water and Sewer A…
The residents of the Stonewall-Hawthorn District have a clear voice when it comes to electing a successor to Supervisor Chris Parrish. On one hand, one candidate has a documented history of ugly public exposition, and representing clients in litigation costing tax dollars. On the other, there is a candidate who has not used bully tactics nor personal attacks to express his values.
I am voting for Christine Smith to continue to represent Piedmont District on the Rappahannock County Board of Supervisors and I encourage you to do the same. Our county has a multitude of crucial and sensitive projects going on right now, and Smith is a voice of leadership and common sense on every one of them.
In a critical application to obtain state funding for broadband expansion in Northern Virginia, Rappahannock County will be required to procure the most local funding since its share of federal stimulus dollars is smaller than surrounding counties.
So goes the land use quandary stewing in rural counties around Virginia, the result of a building friction between the state’s ambitious renewable energy goals and the desire of communities to preserve productive farmland and with it, their agricultural identities.