Culpeper Government News
The Town of Culpeper Planning Commission Tuesday night discussed possible ordinance changes to the downtown parking overlay district and amended definitions of family and excessive occupancy, but the commission delayed any action until August.
A new E-911 agreement between the town and the county about the financial responsibilities of each party has gained traction. At its monthly meeting last Thursday, the E-911 Board voted unanimously on the new agreement.
Dr. Bobbi Johnson given state's highest honor.
It’s been nearly two years since Culpeper Commonwealth Attorney Megan Frederick sent out an email accusing board members of being “corrupt” and “incompetent.”
The first day of the jury trial began Tuesday, April 21, between the plaintiff, Stevensburg District Supervisor Bill Chase, and the defendant, Culpeper County Commonwealth's Attorney Megan Frederick.
The Culpeper County Planning Commission held a public hearing last Wednesday, April 8, on a rezoning request from Chrysler of Culpeper but due to a “glitch” advertising the hearing the commissioners put on a hold a recommendation until its regular meeting next month.
Eleven witnesses, most of them political figures in Culpeper, have been subpoenaed by Commonwealth Attorney Megan Revis Frederick for the April 21-22 trial in which she is the defendant.
During the Culpeper Town Council meeting Tuesday night, Rick Fields of the Madison Grove neighborhood lobbied again for the town to close Burgandine Avenue, limiting cut-through traffic in the subdivision.
When Republican Del. Ed Scott decided not to seek a seventh term representing the 30th District in early February, the announcement caught many constituents off guard.
Sumey, posing as the 13-year-old answered “13-year-old white girl here.” From there the conversations took a downward turn.