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The late Phil Irwin has been fondly remembered and eulogized by nearly everyone here. Though he can’t speak tonight, we do know what he did say over the years. 

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Our Rappahannock dark skies have been filled with a huge canopy of twinkling stars I continue to enjoy. How lucky we are to live in this magical place which, in this New Year 2021, seems to be filled with even more promise in what I consider the well deserved Rappahannock Recovery.

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“There’s nothing worse than a sign ordinance than a bark-the-dog ordinance to get through,” observed County Attorney Art Goff during a lively and informative discussion in the Planning Commission’s Monday night work session to begin amending the county’s sign ordinance. 

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The jam-packed agenda for Monday’s regular meeting of the Rappahannock County Board of Supervisors included two public hearings, a COVID-19 presentation from the Virginia Department of Health, a review of the county’s financial audit, and last but certainly not least the unanimous adoption of the 2020 Comprehensive Plan, a vision document that will guide the county’s future land use planning. 

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Phil Irwin, we have little doubt, was smiling down on the Rappahannock County Board of Supervisors meeting Monday night, where his customary wicker chair sat empty for once, draped in black mourning cloth.

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For decades, Rappahannock has been able to preserve its natural beauty and stunning views. But more challenges are on the horizon.

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Oct. 9, 2003: Applause filled the courtroom Monday afternoon as Rappahannock’s Board of Supervisors voted to look into the creation of a parking ordinance for the county