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The Rappahannock County Planning Commission took up six applications for tourist home permits at its meeting last Wednesday. An application filed by Nick Dowling of Dowling Real Estate, LLC, appeared again on the agenda. Dowling, new owner of the Blue Rock Inn, desires to use an existing home, currently under construction, as a five-bedroom tourist home on the western part of the Blue Rock Inn’s property on Lee Highway.

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The Rappahannock County Planning Commission at its March 18 meeting moved further toward amending the county’s sign ordinance. A bone of contention for some time, the outdated ordinance has tested county officials for years, the most recent incident being a political sign made of hay bales at Massies Corner before the November presidential election.

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Dec. 1, 1999: Elizabeth Lee-Harris went before the Rappahannock County Planning Commission on Nov. 17 with an application to change a 36.4 acre plot of land near the town of Sperryville from agriculturally zoned to rural residential. The commission decided not to approve the application. But Lee-Harris will present another application to the Board of Supervisors on Dec. 6.

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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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At Monday’s annual organizational meeting the Rappahannock County Board of Supervisors elected Debbie Donehey of the Wakefield district to the position of board chair, replacing Piedmont district representative Christine Smith.