Saluda 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.
posted 10.08.2009Sheriff defends car repair efforts
Sheriff Guy Abbott and Middlesex County Board of Supervisors chairman Robert Crump got into a heated debate Tuesday over a recent board policy barring Abbott and volunteers from working on police vehicles.
posted 10.08.2009School board candidates address issues
In the upcoming November 3 Middlesex County School Board election, two candidates are seeking a Pinetop District seat on the Middlesex County School Board, and one candidate is running unopposed for a Saluda District seat. In a recent written questionnaire, the Sentinel asked all three candidates the same three questions. The candidates’ answers follow…
posted 10.08.2009Bay Foundation puts lawsuit against EPA on hold
This week the Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF) and its co-plaintiffs agreed to stay, or put on hold, the lawsuit filed to force the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to take action to reduce pollution to have the Chesapeake Bay removed from the nation’s impaired waters list.