Tuesday night the board room was full of spectators. While some were there to weigh in on whether a subdivision got approved or the motivations of flying a Confederate Flag at Lynn Park, most were there in support of community recognitions that were about to take place. All issues important and noteworthy.
On Oct. 24, the Friends of SAFE are having our First Annual “SAFE NIGHT OUT” and we would like for you to participate in helping us raise $100,000.
The Department of Human Resources (DHS) is not a county agency [it’s a state agency] and Sue Hansohn is not paid from county funds.
I won’t rehash what the article was about, but the person who submitted a letter in the editorial section accused Supervisor Hansohn of being against the second amendment of the Constitution, the right to bear arms.
Steve Nixon is one of these rare leaders, and I deeply appreciate his efforts towards increasing the quality of our library: He sought for a budget to allow Sunday openings, as well as aggressively supporting the new addition and renovation.
This letter is in support of Steve Nixon for his continuance as a member of the Board of Supervisors for Culpeper County.
Mrs. Frederick has done a remarkable job, not only for me but for the community. That is why I am supporting her in her campaign for re-election.
This week’s issue of the Culpeper Times contains our Voter’s Guide. In this special supplement, you will find a brief recap of the candidate profiles that we have been running for the past several weeks leading up to November’s election.
The Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office School Resource Officer Division would like to publically support Sheriff Scott Jenkins in his re-election.
As the School Resource Officer Supervisor and currently the SRO assigned to CCHS, I wanted to take this opportunity to offer my support for current Sheriff Scott Jenkins in his re-election campaign.