Culpeper Government News
Congressman Dave Brat will appear on Virginia Living Television's "It's All Local," which tapes on Thursday, Dec. 18. The program is co-hosted by Culpeper Times editor Anita L. Sherman and contributor Gary L. Close.
Warren Jenkins appreciates the dedication of his staff
Council divided, some want street closed now. Intersection of Ira Hoffman and Burgandine Avenue could be closed to traffic if a traffic study warrants the closure.
Board decides to use the services of Springsted Public Sector Advisors.
Meaghan Taylor serves on the town council for Culpeper.
The Culpeper County Board of Supervisors Tuesday night saw the forest for the trees.
With the departure of Lori Sorrentino, a new director is named to head up tourism and economic development in Culpeper.
Deputy Commonwealth's Attorney is now Judge David Barredo.
Culpeper County officials have begun work establishing fees to charge individuals and businesses that call for ambulance transportation in non-emergency situations, needlessly tying up trained medics and equipment.
Owners plan to sell site to K&M Equipment Rental.