Supervisor fills big shoes in replacing outgoing chair David Konick
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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.
“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.
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.
The last time I spoke to Phil was outside a Board of Supervisors meeting. I told him about a trip we had to Cass, West Virginia, to experience the steam engine train excursion at a prior timber town. His eyes lit up.