Town of Washington attorney Martin Crim told members of the Town Council Monday night that he has received a final proposal for a boundary line adjustment in the town, and the body is expected to take action at its October meeting.
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For many in Rappahannock County, the approval process for Rush River Commons was the main game. But behind the scenes teams of engineers already were busy, wrangling with their own major task: how to build on a site that any for-profit developer in their right mind likely wouldn’t touch.
Washington Mayor Joe Whited on Monday proposed that the Town Council create an Economic Development Authority to assist in efforts to bring more business to town that could diversify and bolster the local economy.
With construction of Rush River Commons forging ahead, a clearer picture has emerged of the organizations that will occupy the forthcoming mixed-use development in the Town of Washington.
The Rappahannock County Board of Supervisors met for their monthly meeting on Monday, where they received updates from various institutions in the county on major projects, including the revitalization of the Flint Hill Volunteer Fire Company, a potential boundary line adjustment agreement and the status of potential renovations at the public library.
Virginia needs more houses — tens of thousands of them, including as many as 300,000 affordable rental units. Zoning restraints, land-use policies and environmental regulations have been getting in the way.
Washington Town Council on Monday unanimously approved a boundary line adjustment agreement provided by the Rappahannock County Board of Supervisors, and in a rapid succession of votes ruled on the county’s list of sought-after concessions intertwined with the measure.
The Rappahannock County Board of Supervisors met for their monthly meeting on Monday, where they voted 3-1-1 to send an updated boundary line adjustment agreement to the Town of Washington as negotiations on the proposal continue.
Following months of uncertainty, the Rappahannock County Board of Supervisors in the new year have returned to the negotiating table with the Town of Washington in an effort to salvage a boundary line adjustment deal.
If Washington’s buildings form a stage set, as is often said, they would offer a perfect backdrop to a sweeping drama mixing elements of renewal, uncertainty and neglect.