nvdaily.com link to home page

Traffic | Weather | Mobile Edition
Archives | Subscribe

Local News arrow

| 0

Public meetings Dec. 31-Jan. 4

The following public meetings are scheduled:

Shenandoah County
Offices will close Monday and Tuesday, then reopen Wednesday.

The Conservation Easement Authority meets at 4 p.m. Wednesday in the Board of Supervisors conference room. The authority plans to discuss and possibly vote on accepting the Island Ford Farm easement.

New Market
Trash pickup is on normal schedule Tuesday.

Town offices close at noon Monday, remain closed Tuesday and reopen at normal business hours Wednesday.

Town Council holds a work session at 7 p.m. Wednesday. Council plans to discuss a proposed contract with Planning Works to perform an update on the town's Zoning and Subdivision Ordinance so it can comply with the recently adopted Community Plan. Council also plans to discuss the proposed timeline for work on the fiscal 2014 budget; an amendment to the current budget to reallocate overtime funds to part-time funds in the Department of Public Works; the use of remaining fiscal 2012 money for maintenance from Virginia Department of Transportation.

Town offices will close Monday and Tuesday and reopen Wednesday. Refuse collection remains on schedule.

Town Council meets at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.

Warren County
County offices close Monday and Tuesday and reopen Wednesday.

The Board of Supervisors meets at 9 a.m. Wednesday.

Front Royal
Municipal offices will be open all day Monday and close Tuesday. Trash and recycling scheduled for pickup Tuesday will be collected Wednesday. The town will collect Christmas trees but no yard waste on Wednesday.

Frederick County
The county landfill and citizens' convenience centers close Monday at 4 p.m. and remain closed Tuesday and Wednesday.

The Planning Commission meets at 7 p.m. The commission plans to hold public hearings on:
A request by GreyWolfe Inc. to rezone 14.53 acres of rural land to general business, with proffers, for the Clearbrook Retail Center. The property lies on Martinsburg Pike south of Cedar Hill Road, and fronts U.S. 11 and Interstate 81 in the Stonewall Magisterial District.
The 2013-2014 Capital Improvement Plan.

An amendment to the zoning ordinance pertaining to the residential performance district.

An amendment to the zoning ordinance pertaining to the rural areas district and a proposed revision to the setback exemption.


Comments that are posted represent the opinion of the commenter and not the Northern Virginia Daily/nvdaily.com. Report abuse by clicking the X next to the comment.

Local News Sections

Agency on Aging Agriculture Apple Blossom Festival Aviation Basye Berryville Boyce Breaking News Briefs Business Charities Civil War Clarke County Colleges Corrections Courthouse Notes: Permits, Transactions Courts & Legal News Crime & Public Safety Economy and Jobs Edinburg Education Edward N. Bell Election 2012 Entertainment Environment Fairs & Festivals Fire & Rescue Fishers Hill Fort Valley Frederick County Front Royal George Washington National Forest Guest Column Hard Times Health History Holidays Homes In The Spotlight Ledger Livestock Local Markets Maurertown Media Middletown Military & Veterans Moms Mt. Jackson New Market Page County Pets & Animals Politics Quicksburg Religion Rockingham County RSW Jail School News Shenandoah County Shenandoah Farms Volunteer Fire Department Star Tannery State Stephens City Steven A. Boyce Strasburg Toms Brook Traffic & Transportation Utilities Valley 911 Warren County Weather West Virginia Winchester Woodstock Year in Review

News | Sports | Business | Lifestyle | Obituaries | Opinion | Multimedia| Entertainment | Homes | Classifieds
Contact Us | NIE | Place a Classified | Privacy Policy | Subscribe

Copyright © The Northern Virginia Daily | nvdaily.com | 152 N. Holliday St., Strasburg, Va. 22657 | (800) 296-5137

Best Small Daily Newspaper in Virginia!

nvdaily.com | seeshenandoah.com