Supervisors asked to drop the boat tax; raise real estate taxes
“Leadership isn’t easy!” John Koontz of Hartfield told the Middlesex County Board of Supervisors at its meeting on Tuesday, August 2. “Our industries are few in this county, and therefore our support for them must be robust,” said Koontz from a written statement.
posted 08.17.2016Middlesex YMCA breaks ground on $1,386,640 expansion project
On Wednesday, August 3, the Middlesex Family YMCA broke ground on Phase One of the Building Brighter Futures Capital Campaign amidst cheers and celebration from summer campers, county leadership and YMCA board members and staff.
posted 08.10.2016‘Little disparity’ in county school suspension rates between blacks and whites
The Middlesex County School Board was informed Monday, August 8, that general student suspension data from 2015-16 reveal that—unlike state and federal trends—there is “little disparity” in suspensions of African-Americans over Caucasians within the county school system.
posted 08.10.2016Twelve Middlesex at-risk 3-year-olds to receive Kids First services
This September, for the first time, a dozen at-risk 3-year-old children will start Middlesex Elementary School (MES) through the Kids First program. These at-risk children will be “catching up” with more fortunate children.