The Rappahannock County Board of Supervisors on Friday sent a letter to the Town of Washington seeking additional details and probing what Washington might be willing to provide in exchange for the Supervisors’ support of the town’s request that both bodies enter into an agreement to expand its corporate limit to accommodate further development of Rush River Commons.
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Before moving forward with its own deliberations, the Rappahannock County Board of Supervisors agreed to draft a letter to the Town of Washington asking for more specific information regarding the town’s request to enter into an agreement with the county for a potential boundary line adjustment.
Town of Washington Mayor Fred Catlin sent a letter to the Rappahannock County Board of Supervisors last week asking that the body discuss at its December meeting expanding the town’s corporate limit so that Rush River Commons’ entire lot, which straddles the town and county lines, could be brought under Washington’s jurisdiction.
Washington Town Council on Monday decided unanimously to move forward with Rush River Commons’ request to bring its entire lot, which straddles the town and county lines, under Washington’s jurisdiction.
Washington Town Council on Monday unanimously approved a special use permit for Rush River Commons, allowing construction of what is likely to become the first mixed-use development in town.
The town council met for a special session to review the language of the special use permit that was approved by the planning commission earlier in August and set a public hearing date for Sept. 13 at 7 p.m.
The Washington Town Council on Monday continued its review of the planning commission’s recommendation to approve a special use permit application for the Rush River Commons development and an application to extend sewer service for the project.
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