The Rush River Commons development began construction last week, with builders clearing trees and laying down dirt to start on a retaining wall before erecting the building structures.
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Washington Town Council on Monday unanimously approved a resolution asking the Planning Commission to make a recommendation that ensures all property in the town’s historic district remain subject to review by the Architectural Review Board (ARB).
The Town of Washington is on the cusp of historic change. But the town and county will have to overcome an historically tumultuous relationship if a series of vital building projects are to get a green light.
The site plans for Rush River Commons Were approved last week by the Town Council and project organizers said construction could begin immediately on what’s expected to be the Town of Washington’s first mixed-use development.
Washington Town Council on Monday approved a review of the Rush River Commons site plans, edging closer to the mixed-use development being able to start construction.
As negotiations surrounding a proposed boundary line adjustment to accommodate an expansion of the Rush River Commons development reached a turning point last week, it appears the Town of Washington and Rappahannock County may be approaching an impasse.
Washington Town Council on Monday unanimously rejected a document forwarded by the Rappahannock County Board of Supervisors seeking a number of concessions from the town in return for county support of a proposed boundary line adjustment to accommodate an expansion of the Rush River Commons development.
Rush River Commons property owner Chuck Akre’s attorney last week unveiled a draft document outlining a set of terms for both the Rappahannock County Board of Supervisors and Washington Town Council to consider as part of proposed boundary line adjustment in the town to accommodate an expansion of the development.
The Rappahannock County Board of Supervisors chair on Monday afternoon canceled a meeting hours before it was scheduled to begin after learning the body lacked a quorum.
“Don’t expect any 2x4s popping up in the next two weeks but you will see a lot of dirt moving around,” Black Kettle LLCs Member Chuck Akre informed a group of approximately 100 people who showed up Tuesday afternoon for a groundbreaking ceremony at Rush River Commons in Washington.