New Urbanna administrator has been busy
Urbanna’s new town administrator, John Bailey, brings with him a variety of work experience. He started work in Urbanna on Monday, September 12. Bailey said he’s worked around the state but never near open water, and he’s looking forward to living in Middlesex.
posted 09.14.2011Landfill engineer fees, related actions by some officials, still debated
The Middlesex County Board of Supervisors tabled action Tuesday, September 6, on allowing Saluda District representative Pete Mansfield to read his letter into the minutes concerning payments to Joyce Engineering, the firm hired to monitor the county’s closed landfill at Stormont.
posted 09.14.2011Some waterfront values declining, says assessor
Some waterfront lots that sold in the $500,000 range in Middlesex County two years ago are now selling for $350,000, reported Steve Wampler of Wampler-Eanes Appraisal, the firm currently doing the county’s reassessment.
posted 09.14.2011Cuccinelli to speak in Hartfield
Republicans and independents from Middlesex County and other Middle Peninsula and Northern Neck communities will gather at 6:45 p.m. on Saturday, September 24, at the Hartfield Volunteer Fire Department Pavilion on Route 3 for a reception and dinner in honor of Virginia Patriot Patrick Henry. Henry will be impersonated by Michael Wells, a re-enactor from Williamsburg.