Middlesex does not have to borrow to meet payroll
As county attorney Mike Soberick walked out of a closed session on personnel last Thursday at a special Middlesex County Board of Supervisors meeting, he made a gesture as if he was cutting his own neck and remarked, "The axe has fallen."
posted 10.12.2009Public invited to hear candidates
The two candidates for a Saluda District seat on the Middlesex County Board of Supervisors in the November 3 election will speak at upcoming Kiwanis Club of Middlesex meetings at Urbanna United Methodist Church.
posted 10.08.2009County may have to borrow to meet payroll
Since the early 1980s, the Middlesex Board of Supervisors has always had enough funds to meet the county payroll. However, it’s questionable whether or not the county can meet its October 15 payroll obligations.
posted 10.08.2009Saluda sewage plant is top priority
A sewer system for Saluda remains the top priority on the Middlesex County Capital Improvement Plan (CIP), which is undergoing its annual update and will be the subject of a public hearing tonight, October 8, at 7 p.m. in the historic courthouse.