Stafford residents came out in droves to Colonial Forge High School to speak against a proposal to downzone 90-thousand acres of agricultural property to help slow rural growth.
A divided Stafford Board of Supervisors voted 4-3 to delay a vote on a rural downzoning plan until December 15th. Voting in favor for deferring were Supervisors Snellings, Shelton, Allen and Cohen.
Angela Freeman briefs Fredericksburg City Council about the ongoing efforts for city residents to talk with city leaders and each other about tough issues.
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Fredericksburg Vice-Mayor Chuck Frye says he’s overwhelmed as he looks at what the city is accomplishing in the areas of race relations and telling all Fredericksburg history.
The joint public hearing will be held on Thursday, October 29, at 6:30 p.m. in the auditorium of Colonial Forge High School
Over $67.8 million in unclaimed property paid out in fiscal year 2020
Mayor Greenlaw is joined by Dr. Sausheen Taylor, Chief Hospitalist for Mary Washington Healthcare to talk about ways to practice health and safety precautions this Halloween.
City seeking public input about racial equity in Fredericksburg
“Tourism is a fundamental component of our community, and we rely on it to help maintain the health of our local economy,” says Spotsylvania County Administrator Ed Petrovitch.
Events for week of October 26, 2020
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