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Large payments went undetected
This article concludes a three-part series on finances, accounting and how the Town of Urbanna was forced to repay $94,500 to FEMA. The situation developed over almost six years without the knowledge of the town attorney and others associated with the Town of Urbanna.
posted 12.05.2012

Board urged to protect groundwater against strict DEQ regulations
The Virginia Department of Environmenal Quality (DEQ) has been holding public hearings on whether to expand areas to include Middlesex County in the groundwater withdrawal permitting program.

posted 12.05.2012

Details being finalized on Syd Thrift Athletic Complex
imageThe Syd Thrift Athletic Complex major site plan received a unanimous preliminary approval of the Middlesex County Planning Commission on November 8 following a public hearing. The 24-acre site behind Middlesex High School rearranges the fields for football/soccer, baseball and softball.

posted 11.28.2012

Accounting methods made it difficult to trace Urbanna funds
The Town of Urbanna had to refund $94,500 in grant money to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), reported Urbanna Town Attorney Andy Bury. On November 19, Bury read a 7-page report to the town council during its meeting.

posted 11.28.2012

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