Urbanna would have to pay cost of a leash law
If the Urbanna Town Council votes to adopt a leash law, town taxpayers will be footing the bill for the cost of extra enforcement—not the county, wrote Assistant Middlesex County Administrator Marcia Jones in a letter dated November 19 to Urbanna citizen Robert H. Calves.
posted 11.24.2009Firm hired to dredge Broad Creek
The Middlesex County Board of Supervisors learned this week that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has awarded a contract to Southwind Construction Corp. of Evansville, Indiana, to dredge Broad Creek in Deltaville.
posted 11.24.2009Strong nor’easter damages waterfront
The nor’easter and the remnants of Tropical Storm Ida combined to cause destructive tides, high winds and torrential rain, and inflict significant damage along the county’s waterfront. The storm also closed county schools for a day and a half.
posted 11.18.2009Urbanna leash law proposal aired; cats included
The Urbanna Town Council is working on a new animal control ordinance that is aimed primarily at controlling dogs, but also includes cats. The first draft ordinance proposes a leash law and requires dog owners to clean up after their dogs.