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Gloucester (Gloucester, Virginia)

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  • Gloucester looking for capital improvments committee members

     
    A new committee to review and make recommendations on capital improvement projects for county buildings and schools is in the market for citizen members. The Capital Improvements Projects Advisory Committee will be composed of two members of the Board of....
  • Trip to Reno sets Gloucester taxpayers back $4,188

     
    With one trip, Supervisor Gregory Woodard has already exceeded the $1,500 limit on travel to conferences enacted by the Board of Supervisors earlier this year. Woodard and County Administrator Brenda Garton traveled to the National Association of Counties...
  • Gloucester School Board will discuss Sept. 7 presentation

     
    Tonight's meeting of the Gloucester School Board includes a discussion of the Sept. 7 presentation to the Board of Supervisors on why the method of school funding shouldn't be changed from lump sum to categorical. Things have been testy between......
  • Gloucester's exclusion meter discussion explained

     
    At last week's Board of Supervisors meeting a brief discussion involved "exclusion meters," which we admit were a mystery to us. Supervisor Gregory Woodard mentioned an e-mail he had received from a constituent in regards to these exclusion meters. We.......
  • Attorneys to Gloucester subpoena targets: We want your computers

     
    Maybe the attorneys didn't find what they were seeking. Possibly they think there's still more information out there. Whatever the case, Troutman Sanders attorneys representing three supervisors and a former supervisor involved in a multi-million dollar...
  • School Board holds off on Sept. 7 presentation discussion

     
    The Gloucester School Board voted unanimously Tuesday night to move a discussion on a presentation for maintaining the lump sum funding method before the Board of Supervisors to a work session on Aug. 26. School Board members said they haven't......
  • Room selection process in Reno ends up with nice digs

     
    In a Reno hotel with really nice $89 a night rooms, you might be wondering why Gloucester taxpayers paid $165 a night for a county supervisor to stay there. Here's a link to the area of the Peppermill Casino Hotel's......
  • Financial woes prompt Gloucester supervisor to declare bankruptcy -- again

     
    Supervisor Gregory Woodard is in Chapter 13 bankruptcy and is making $900 monthly payments to pay back creditors. Woodard accumulated significant credit card, personal loan and other debts, with the mortgage on his home costing $1,581 a month and the...
  • A constituent gets Gloucester supervisor's response on school issue

     
    Here's a copy of an e-mail regarding the school funding issue that was sent Aug. 13 to the Gloucester Board of Supervisors and was forwarded to us. It's from Sherrie Hill, a Gloucester resident."As a voting, taxpaying citizen of Gloucester County,......
  • Gloucester Schools superintendent gets rave reviews

     
    The Gloucester School Board has met twice recently behind closed doors to conduct evaluations of Superintendent Ben Kiser. Last year following its evaluation the School Board gave Kiser a three-year contract, effective July 1 of this year. And the...
  • Gloucester school kids have a marked up calendar

     
    As you know, in the Gloucester Public Schools budget-cutting that went on earlier this year a whole bunch of school days got axed to save money. Twenty to be exact. As the opening of this year's 160-day school session approaches on......
  • Gloucester 40 may get their day in the Supreme Court in November

     
    The Virginia Supreme Court does not have the Gloucester 40 case on its September session calendar. That means the 40 Gloucester citizens trying to overturn a judge's decision to dock them $2,000 apiece for filing civil petitions seeking the removal......