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Construction of interchange at Zion Crossroads to begin May 29
Motorists will encounter lane closures on Rt. 15 beginning Wednesday, May 29, as construction gets under way on the Zion Crossroads diverging diamond interchange project, according to the Virginia Department of Transportation.Read more...
Republican candidates speak about goals and fiscal philosophies
The Fluvanna Republican Party met Thursday (May 14) to nominate two candidates for Board of Supervisor seats up for election in November.
One candidate is well-known; the other a newcomer.
Incumbent Don Weaver is running for the Cunningham seat he’s held for 24 years.
Frederick (Rick) Kelly is the Republican candidate for the Rivanna district.Read more...
Boys’ soccer team trounces Louisa; All-District players named
The Flying Flucos boys’ soccer team played extremely well on offense and defense on Friday night (May 17) as they soundly trounced the Louisa Lions by a 4-0 score. The Flucos were led by Jefferson District player of the year, senior striker and midfielder, Dale Ludwig.Read more...
Candidate Mike Sheridan: “I live, eat and breathe Fluvanna County.”
Husband. Father. Teacher. Coach.
Mike Sheridan wants to add another title to his resume: Columbia District Supervisor.
He’s got one thing going for him for sure – name recognition.Read more...
Weaver, Kelly nominated by Republicans to run for supervisor seats
The Fluvanna Republican Party tonight (May 16) nominated two candidates for the three Board of Supervisor seats up for election in November.Read more...
Supervisors discuss controversial “voluntary tax contributions
Consuming the first part of Wednesday night’s (May 15) board of supervisors meeting was an impassioned discussion on the timetable for the controversial proposition often called “voluntary tax contributions,” though county attorney Frederick Payne urged the board to drop the word “tax” like a hot potato. “These are ‘voluntary contributions,’” he said, stressing that the word “tax” is inaccurate and can “taint” the concept.Read more...
Shaun Kenney’s remarks stir controversy
A bit of a controversy is swirling in Fluvanna County over comments posted on the Internet by Shaun Kenney about the dead Boston Marathon bomber.
Posting on a friend’s Facebook page on Friday, Kenney, the chairman of the Fluvanna County Board of Supervisors, reacted to a recent news story by Boston.com detailing how the bombing suspect, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, is buried in a Muslim cemetery in Doswell near Richmond.
Kenney wrote: “Did Virginia just open a new rest stop? Somehow I get the sense that I will feel..um..relieved after visiting that grave site.”Read more...
Teacher of the Year: I’ll work as hard as they’re willing to work.”
Sometimes the best teachers are the ones who struggled themselves. Such is the case for Fluvanna Teacher of the Year, Lori Hoffman.Read more...
Supervisor candidate Tony O’Brien says county needs to attract business
With Supervisor Joe Chesser (Rivanna) in the audience, local businessman Tony O’Brien announced Saturday (May 11) he is running for Chesser’s seat on the Board of Supervisors.Read more...