The goal: Better internet service
The Center for Innovative Technology (CIT) in Herndon will guide the Middlesex Broadband Authority (MBA) to define Middlesex County’s goals on how to deliver local broadband internet service.
posted 10.19.2016Officials considering public fishing pier at Grey’s Point
Area officials are considering a possible public fishing pier at Grey’s Point at Topping where the Norris Bridge enters Middlesex County. The small beach area at Grey’s Point next to the bridge already is frequently used by the public.
posted 10.19.2016Meetings slated to gather public input on public water access sites
The Middle Peninsula Chesapeake Bay Public Access Authority is seeking citizen input from neighbors of waterfront public access sites. The authority has scheduled a series of public meetings that will allow property owners to relay their thoughts and concerns regarding public access sites near their property.
posted 10.19.2016Board discusses handicapped access to Woodward Building
The Middlesex County Board of Supervisors is once again addressing the issue of handicapped access to the Woodward Building in Saluda. The issue has been addressed by supervisors several times before.
posted 10.19.2016Marina fire investigation closed; cause still unknown
The mystery of what started the fire that destroyed Dozier’s Port Urbanna Yachting Center on Urbanna Creek and claimed two lives may never be answered as the Virginia State police have “officially” closed the case.
posted 10.12.2016County boat tax will remain intact
It’s back to the drawing board for some local marina owners and boaters as Middlesex County Board of Supervisors voted on October 4 to continue taxing all boats home-ported in the county.