Broadband is here, in K&Q
Broadband internet could come to Middlesex County when its outdated public safety radio system is updated. County administrator Matt Walker said broadband could “piggyback,” using the same emergency radio towers that currently serve the sheriff’s office, fire departments and rescue squads.
posted 02.18.2015Many factors affecting ‘flat’ state aid for public education
Middlesex County has one of the most successful public school systems in the region, but is ranked dead last for teacher and school employee compensation, said county school superintendent Dr. Thomas Taylor at a joint public work session between the school board and board of supervisors on February 11.
posted 02.18.2015HARB hearing on local marina set for Friday
The Urbanna Historic Architectural Review Board (HARB) will hold a public hearing on Friday, February 20, at 9 a.m. in the town hall on proposed construction at the former Urbanna Yachting Center marina on Watling Street.
posted 02.18.2015County study reveals Middlesex has numerous public-water access sites
Middlesex County Administrator Matt Walker gave an evaluation of current public water access sites at the February 3 meeting of the Middlesex Board of Supervisors. Walker said Millstone Landing in Water View on Parrots Creek is the “best” landing for public boating use in the county.