Culpeper Government News
Nick Freitas announced his plans to seek the 30th District delegate nomination in Orange County on Jan. 8
For the second time in about two years, the Town of Culpeper is once again searching for a new town manager. On Jan. 15, the town council will hold a special meeting to discuss procedures moving forward to find his replacement.
The Town of Culpeper last month hired a Lynchburg engineering firm at a cost of $26,132 to conduct a traffic study in the Madison Grove neighborhood.
Culpeper County School Board encourages residents to fill out the survey
Most agree that the roundabouts will help with traffic.
Assistant town manager Chris Hively named interim town manager
On Dec. 23, community activist Jeanine Lawson (R) easily won the special election for Brentsville District supervisor, winning every precinct by a wide margin and collecting more than three-fourths of the vote.
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.