Middlesex meals tax referendum on Nov. 5 ballot
On Tuesday, November 5, Middlesex voters will decide if the county should enact a 4% food and beverage (meals) tax. The referendum is binding, which means the voters’ approval is necessary for the county meals tax to be enacted.
posted 10.23.2013Oyster farmers to open restaurant in Urbanna
Chesapeake Bay Oyster Company, an oyster farming business at Wake, has received a Special Use Permit (SUP) to open a restaurant in the building that was previously occupied by Cafe Mojo at 240 Virginia Street, across from the ABC store.
posted 10.23.2013Mitchell Map: ‘An investment’ for Urbanna’
On Monday, October 21, the Urbanna Town Council will consider a resolution to do a “full” restoration of the historic Mitchell Map, which the town owns. The map is more than 200 years old and is a first edition that was printed in 1783.
posted 10.16.2013Syd Thrift Athletic Complex: ‘Making it durable to last the long haul’
The new Syd Thrift Athletic Complex will be a modern structure to promote a strong athletic program at Middlesex High School. “We are talking about a first-class facility,” said Johnny Fleet, the project liaison between the Middlesex County Board of Supervisors and the county school board.