Monday, March 20, 2017

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Spring 2017 Goochland Town Hall meetings

The latest round of Town Hall meetings in Goochland County begin this week.

Supervisors and School Board members will be present to respond to questions and listen to concerns of citizens on any and all topics. County and school division staff will also be on hand to discuss the proposed county and school budgets for fiscal year 2018, which begins on July 1, and other matters of interest. The meetings begin at 7 p.m.

The schedule is as follows:

Tuesday, March 21, District 2 and 3 at the Central High School Cultural and Educational Center located at 2748 Dogtown Road. Supervisors Manuel Alvarez, Jr., District 2 and Ned Creasey, District 3, and School Board Members Kevin Hazzard District 2 and John Lumpkin, District 3 will be present.

Thursday, March 23, the District 4 and 5 meeting will be held at the Hermitage Country Club. Supervisors Bob Minnick, District 4 and Ken Peterson, District 5 will be joined by School Board Members Beth Hardy District 4 and John Wright, District 5.

Thursday, March 30, the District 1 meeting will be held at the wonderful new Hadensville Company 6 Fire-Rescue Station in Hadensville. (It’s across Rt. 250 from the old station, you can’t miss it.) Susan Lascolette, District 1 Supervisor and Mike Payne, District 1 School Board member will take citizen questions and comments.

The proposed county budget is available on the county website under the budget tab at the left of the homepage. This document contains a lot of interesting and useful information about how the county uses revenue. They’re spending your tax dollars, please take a few minutes to be informed.

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