Government

Four residents speak in favor of increased taxes

Supervisors gathered Wednesday evening (April 9) to hear the public speak out on the proposed FY15 county budget and accompanying tax rate increase to 88.5 cents per $100 valuation.  But with only four citizens addressing the Board, the hearing was over eight minutes after it began.

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Drug take back set for April 26

For the third year, the Fluvanna County Sheriff's Department will be hosting locations where citizens can drop-off unused and expired medications for safe disposal. The locations will be open for the the drug disposal on April 26 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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Supervisors debate, pass code of ethics; reject Aqua

Members of the Fluvanna County Board of Supervisors spent much of Wednesday afternoon (April 2) debating whether to approve a code of ethics.

At the Board’s retreat in January, it adopted four strategic initiatives.  One was “practice good governance.”  On the action agenda for that initiative, the Board expressed its desire to “develop and adopt a Board code of performance that demonstrates the Board’s commitment to witnessing the values inherent with good governance.”

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Kenney named director of Virginia Republican Party

Shaun Kenney, former Columbia District supervisor and chairman of the Fluvanna County Board of Supervisors, has been appointed the new executive director of the Republican Party of Virginia. Add a comment

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Fluvanna man wants 5th District Democratic nomination

A Fluvanna County man has formally submitted paperwork to run for Virginia's 5th district congressional seat, against Republican incumbent Robert Hurt, according Newsplex.com.

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