Fluvanna supervisors vote to drop lawsuit against Davenport
The Fluvanna County Board of Supervisors has dropped its long-running and costly lawsuit against its former financial advisor Davenport & Company LLC.
At a special meeting held last night (Sept. 25), the Board voted unanimously to accept an offer from Davenport’s attorneys, ending the three-year legal battle over the issuance of bonds to fund the new high school
Details of the offer have not yet been made public, but Davenport attorney Joe Reid of McGuire Woods has issued a statement indicating that there is no financial compensation involved, and that Davenport’s name has been cleared in the agreement.Read more...
Supervisors to meet tonight on Davenport lawsuit
The Fluvanna County Board of Supervisors will hold a special meeting tonight (Sept. 25) to discuss “pending litigation with respect to Davenport & Co., LLC,” according to a press release from the county.Read more...
Aqua requests substantial rate hike
Aqua Virginia customers may soon pay more for their water and sewer.
If Aqua receives the full amount of the increase it requested from the State Corporation Commission (SCC) in August, its customers will pay between 8 and 21 percent more for water and between 4 and 13 percent more for sewer.Read more...