“I feel this is a very important benefit for the Town of Washington,” said Mayor Fred Catlin. By Rachel Needham
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‘This is meant to be a common area to bring people together’ By Rachel Needham
Now called Rush River Commons, the former Black Kettle development moves forward By Dennis Brack
Three supervisors open to the project By Tim Carrington for Foothills Forum Clarification: This story has been updated from the print edition version to more accurately represent Supervisor Debbie Donehey’s […]
Last Monday, Akre along with members of his development team, appeared before the Rappahannock County Board of Supervisors informing them of his Planned Unit Development called Black Kettle Commons. By […]
“One of the first ideas in my mind was to have some kind of community center for use by all of the county,” said Akre, By Roger Piantadosi
Affordable housing, community center, office space eyed for nine-plus acres Who’s who of architects, design engineers assembled for site planning By John McCaslin
Vital non-profit organization looks to relocate to town of Washington “We have accepted a very generous offer at the Black Kettle property,” confirms Food Pantry President Noel Laing By John […]