Central water and sewer requirements approved
New subdivisions with 25 or more dwellings now must have central water and fire hydrants. New subdivisions with 50 or more dwellings are required to provide central sewer, and all dwellings are required to hook onto the sewer system.
posted 04.29.2009Central water & sewer requirements approved
The Middlesex County Board of Supervisors recently approved an ordinance requiring central water and sewer for new major subdivisions with a certain number of dwellings. County planner Matt Walker said the purpose of the ordinance is to clarify and increase water and sewer easement requirements for major subdivisions.
posted 04.29.2009Hands & Habitat need your help
Hands Across Middlesex and Habitat for Humanity Middlesex are both 501 (c) non-profit Christian based organizations established to meet various needs in the county. With the limited number of volunteers in our county, these two organizations often find themselves calling on the same volunteers and resources to serve Middlesex County.
posted 04.27.2009Developer threatens to continue litigation
Developer Ray Watson delivered a scathing attack on a recent letter from Urbanna Town Administrator Lewis Filling during Monday’s Urbanna Town Council meeting—and he threatened more litigation against the town. “How high do you want your real estate taxes to go in this town?” Watson asked, indicating that litigation will cost taxpayers.