County focuses on sewer service for Saluda area
The county is applying for a permit that would allow the proposed plant to go above 39,900 gallons per day (GPD) up to “hundreds of thousands of gallons,” said Culley. “We want to be able to expand the plant. If we need to double in size, we’ll be able to amend our permit.”
posted 10.23.2008New stoplight in VDOT road plan
VDOT allocated $950,000 for a traffic signal and intersection improvements on Route 33 at Route 620, which leads to St. Clare Walker Middle School and Middlesex Elementary School, said Marcie Parker, resident engineer for VDOT’s Saluda Office.
posted 10.23.2008Bracelet can be a ‘Lifesaver’
“Bringing loved ones home” has been Project Lifesaver’s motto since it was founded in 1999 in Chesapeake. Since then it has become an internationally-recognized program to locate at-risk people who may wander away from home.
posted 10.23.2008Pratt wins women’s U.S. oyster shucking title
Virginia Oyster Shucking Champion Deborah Pratt of Jamaica in Middlesex County won the Women's Division of the National Oyster Shucking Contest at St. Mary's County, Maryland, last Saturday.