York SB to Choose Leaders, Talk Budget Tonight

The York County School Board will select its leadership for the coming year and discuss the budget outlook at its organizational meeting tonight. The board will choose its chairman and vice-chairman when it meets for a work session at 6 p.m. in the East Room at York Hall. It will also approve its meeting calendar […]

York Notebook: Subdivision Request, Senior Center Events, Outstanding Youth

We hope you’re staying warm out there. There are plenty of events and deadlines to keep track of this month, so keep your eyes peeled!   York Planners to Consider Dorothy Drive Reclassification, Apartment Construction The York County Planning Commission will consider at their Wednesday meeting whether to recommend that the Board of Supervisors approve […]

Chairmanship of York Supervisors Eludes Sheila Noll

When the York County Board of Supervisors voted Wednesday for their chairman and vice chairman for 2013, the results bucked a tradition that has been the norm for 11 of the past 12 years: the 2012 vice chairman, District 2 Supervisor Sheila Noll, was not nominated for chairman in 2013. Since 2001, only once has […]

Williamsburg Notebook: City Council to Host Comp Plan Public Hearing

City Council will meet twice this week, hosting a public hearing on the 2013 Comprehensive Plan at its Thursday meeting. Council also made several appointments and reappointments to boards and commissions that are effective this month. City Council to Host Public Hearing on Comp Plan City Council will seek public opinion about the proposed 2013 […]

2013 to be ‘Year of Historic Home’ in Virginia

Like any good Southern hostess, the Commonwealth is rolling out the welcome mat to its historic homes for a yearlong celebration. This week, Gov. Bob McDonnell announced the launch of the new “Year of the Historic Home” website, which maps the historic homes that make Virginia a destination for tourists, history buffs and admirers of […]

Historic Triangle’s State Legislators to Focus on Transportation, Tourism

With the 2013 legislative session starting Wednesday, Historic Triangle legislators attended a forum Friday to discuss transportation and the importance of area tourism, revenue sources to support transportation improvements and gun laws and more. Sens. Tommy Norment (R-3rd) and John Miller (D-1st) and Dels. Brenda Pogge (R-96th) and Mike Watson (R-93rd) convened at a legislative […]

JCC Notebook: Supes Meet Tuesday, Homeowner Association Meeting and More

Board of Supervisors Preview The James City County Board of Supervisors will meet Tuesday to award contracts for Mid County Park improvements, impose fees for signs placed on poles and other items along highways, and approve Jason Purse as the county’s zoning administrator. The board will hold a pre-budget public hearing at the meeting and […]