Town files motion in condo case
Attorneys for Urbanna Town Council filed a motion on January 31 asking the Middlesex Circuit Court to require Potomac Timber Investments LLC to respond to discovery requests submitted by the town council’s attorneys regarding a pending lawsuit.
posted 02.09.2011Grand jury certifies two homicide charges
In separate cases, a Lancaster County Circuit Court grand jury last week found probable cause and issued true bills in homicide charges against Brent Phillip Snyder and Korey Steil Witherspoon. Snyder, 19, of Windmill Point Road is charged with the September 15 homicide and child neglect of a 5-month-old infant left in his care by his live-in girlfriend.
posted 02.03.2011Real estate appraisal firm reports steady values
The Middlesex County real estate reassessment has started and, according to the county’s appraising firm, preliminary stu-dies show that the assessed values of real estate in 2007 are about 94.9% of current value. “This means that if you own a $100,000 home now, you currently are being taxed on $94,900 of its real value,” said Steve Wampler of Wampler-Eanes appraising firm.
posted 02.02.2011Head of planning district commission retires
After more than 24 years as executive director of the Middle Peninsula Planning District Commission (MPPDC), Dan Kavanagh announced his resignation last week. Kavanagh, 61, will retire on March 1, 2011.
posted 02.02.2011Police acquire financial records in embezzlement investigation
The seizure of the records was the result of two of three search warrants filed several weeks ago by Jennifer S. Brown, a special agent accountant with the Virginia State Police. The warrants are in connection with the alleged embezzlement and grand larceny of CMVRS funds by Filling while he was treasurer of CMVRS from January 1, 2005 through December 31, 2010.
posted 02.02.2011The auction of Jackson Creek Marine in Hardyville
There were hundreds, if not thousands, of tools, machines and tractors at the January 28 auction of Jackson Creek Marine in Hardyville. Bidders gathered in a cold rain to buy equipment from three generations of farmers — two generations of Gilberts and, before that, the Bristows.