The Maysville Voice: Upcoming Monday, March 14, 2022 BOS Meeting: Public Hearing on Transfer of Building to Centra Health, Hearings, Budget Requests, Carter G. Woodson Day, Vaccination Clinic, Holding CenturyLink Accountable, Bridge Road Closure

Welcome to The Maysville Voice, the newsletter for those who reside and vote in the Maysville District in Buckingham County. I am pleased to bring you lots of information, links, and resources to inform and engage with you as your County Supervisor. This newsletter is filled with lots of resources and information from our upcoming Monday, March 14, 2022 Board Meeting. We are meeting with the Virginia Department of Transportation at 5 PM to review and amend the Six Year Improvement Plan for state maintained roads, and I have several issues to bring up after hearing from you about many concerns on many roads in our District.

We will be considering and possibly taking action on the following items: Action following a 6 PM public hearing of the transfer of the former Sentara Buckingham Family Medicine Building to Centra Health (which I am thrilled and very excited about that we potentially are seeing a new doctor’s office in Dillwyn); several budget request presentations; a presentation from the Commonwealth Regional Council regarding a repayment due to their excess of revenues; a 6 PM hearing regarding adoption of a solid waste fee ordinance; tire day appropriation; considering an appointment to the Board of Zoning Appeals and to the Planning Commission to replace former District Three Commissioner Pat Bowe, who passed away last month.

Our upcoming Board of Supervisors regular meeting will be held at 6 p.m. on Monday, March 14, 2022, in the Peter Francisco Board Room in the County Administration Complex on Route 60. I encourage you to attend to learn more about your County Government and how your tax dollars are spent. If you’re unable to attend in person, you can view our meeting live here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfIL3rVTUEqgxBwXCQoBDTA.

Here is a link to our agenda and full Board Packethttps://buckinghamcountyva.org/administration/boards___commissions/board_of_supervisors/board_agenda_minutes_youtube.php. Should you have any questions or concerns about anything contained in the
packet or on the agenda, please reach out to me. My contact information is below at the end of this newsletter.

Public Comments may be made in person or by using the following methods:

  1.  In person Public Comments must sign up to speak.  Sign up times are 5:30 p.m. to 5:55 p.m.
  2. Written comments may be mailed to the Board of Supervisors at PO Box 252 Buckingham, VA 23921. Please limit word count to 500 words.
  3. Emailed comments may be sent to publiccomments@buckinghamcounty.virginia.gov. Please limit word count to 500 words.
  4. Telephone voicemail comments may be left to be played to the board by calling 434-969-5039
  5. To appear virtually to the Board of Supervisors for comments please email publiccomments@buckinghamcounty.virginia.gov. You will receive notice with the link and/or telephone number necessary to connect virtually during the meeting.

Please note: Please state your name, district, address, and which hearing you are commenting on. The three (3) minute rule will apply to public comments. All correspondence must be received only by the methods above, and are due by 12:00 PM the day of the meeting.

Bridge Road (Route 644) to Temporarily Close

Route 644 – Road closing. Motorists should expect d­elays due to a bridge rehab project on Route 644 in Buckingham County. Route 644 (Bridge Road) will be temporarily closed from Route 24 (Mt. Rush Hwy) to Route 638 (Dixie Hill Road). Road closure is scheduled to begin March 28, 2022 and is planned until May 06, 2022. VDOT says this bridge currently only has a rating of fair.  This project will fix deficiencies and ultimately keep the bridge from having to become posted with weight restrictions.

CenturyLink’s Ongoing Infrastructure Issues

Last night (Tuesday, March 8) we had the slightest bit of rain, which resulted in many neighborhoods losing their telephone dial tones and internet. I continue to work with their representatives on repairing these outages and investing in their infrastructure. I am also working with many other localities on being a voice for Rural Virginia as the State Corporation Commission considers the transfer of control of the parent company to a new firm. I promise I will continue to work to hold CenturyLink accountable to the people of Buckingham and Rural Virginia.

Carter G. Woodson Day Approaching in April

I was pleased to meet with the Forward 2020 and other representatives regarding Carter G. Woodson Day, which will be held in April at Historic Buckingham Inc. at Lee Wayside off of Route 60. See below for details!

Vaccine Clinic Coming to Emmanuel Episcopal Church in Glenmore, Co-Sponsored by Piedmont Senior Resources Area Agency on Aging

Contact Me

As always, if I can be of any assistance to you, please do not hesitate to call or text me at 434-390-7023, email me at jmiles@buckinghamcounty.virginia.gov, or visit me at 13170 West James Anderson Highway, Buckingham Court House Village on Route 60.

Humbly serving you,

Jordan

The Maysville Voice: Upcoming Monday, March 14, 2022 BOS Meeting: Public Hearing on Transfer of Building to Centra Health, Hearings, Budget Requests, Carter G. Woodson Day, Vaccination Clinic, Holding CenturyLink Accountable, Bridge Road Closure

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