There’s a lot in our upcoming Monday, Feb. 10, 2020 Board of Supervisors Meeting! I hope you’ll consider attending our meeting and engaging with us regarding agenda items and other issues.
The meeting agenda and packet can be found here: http://buckinghamcountyva.org/Board%20Packets/2020/february%2010%202020%20bd%20pckt.pdf. Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns about any items, one of which includes the planning of a shooting range for the Sheriff’s Office on Andersonville Road on the site of the former Love Landfill. I want to hear your feedback!
During our January meeting, I was proud to have seconded and supported a motion by District Three Supervisor Don Matthews to re-start the Business Development Committee, focusing on new businesses and growth of existing businesses in our county. Click here for more information: https://www.farmvilleherald.com/2020/01/economic-development-committee-reestablished-in-buckingham/.
On Tuesday, Feb. 11, there is a meeting of the Piedmont Area Habitat For Humanity in the Ag Center on Route 60. Here is for information: http://buckinghamcountyva.org/Docs/County%20Admin/Application%20information%20meeting%202020%20-%204%20Counties%20pdf.pdf.
Again, there will be a temporary road closure in place along Route 60 East this month. More information can be found here: https://milesformaysville.com/2020/02/01/temporary-road-closure-detour-planned-due-for-colonial-pipeline-maintenance/.
Tonight, I had the pleasure of representing Buckingham County at the Rural Virginia Legislative Caucus Reception in Richmond, where I was able to meet with state officials and state senators regarding broadband, support for agriculture, agriculture diversification, and many other topics.
As always, should you need any assistance with any issue or need assistance, please do not hesitate to contact me at 434-390-7023 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Supervisor, Maysville District/District Four