Culpeper Government News
PEC: Inaction raises cost of historic bridge repair
Citing fears that that implementation of the third section of the Virginia Maintenance Code might have a negative impact on the elderly or those on fixed incomes the Culpeper Town Council voted 5-4 to not adopt the final section.
It took a special council meeting last Wednesday for the Culpeper Town Council to unanimously scrap the problem-plagued financial software the town has been using since 2007.
Following are the county police reports from February 3-10. Reports are provided by the law enforcement agency listed and do not imply guilt, however are the charges placed by the CCSO.
Tough and dedicated, McKnight knows firsthand how powerful help can be
Virginia farmers and forestry producers interested in “supercharging” their land management to get more conservation results can now sign up for the Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP) or renew expiring 2012 CSP contracts to earn incentive payments for the environmental benefits their operations produce.
Plans call for closing of Potomac Landfill in 2032.
Amphitheater, pavilion included in master plan.
Prince William business leaders sponsor luncheon.
State officials agreed Thursday (Feb. 4) to honor the Republican Party of Virginia’s request to remove a requirement that voters sign a “loyalty oath” before voting in the March 1 presidential primary.