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PE Supervisor Dies Tuesday

PROSPECT — Prince Edward County Board of Supervisors member Howard M. “Pete” Campbell died early Tuesday morning of natural causes.

The Prospect District Supervisor was reelected last November for a term of office running through December 31, 2017.

Last fall, Mr. Campbell looked toward his reelection bid, saying, “My vision for Prince Edward County and the Prospect District is to have a positive, vibrant, family-oriented, productive county that will appeal to businesses for true economic development.”

The Board of Supervisors’ regular July meeting will proceed as scheduled Tuesday night (July 8). If no decisions are made then, supervisors may call a special meeting, perhaps for next week, to discuss the vacancy and establish plans to fill it, as required by the Code of Virginia.

Tuesday, July 8, 2014


Public Meeting Set On Moton/LU Affiliation Plans

FARMVILLE — The Moton Council will host a Community Conversation next Monday, July 14 to discuss the planned affiliation between the Moton Museum and Longwood University.

The public is invited and encouraged to attend this 5:30 p.m. discussion on Moton’s future, which will be held at the museum.

Tuesday, July 8, 2014

STEPS Gets PE Support

PRINCE EDWARD — County supervisors will look to STEPS to provide Community Action Agency services.

Supervisors, in a split vote at their June meeting, agreed to support STEPS’ request in seeking to become the Community Action Agency for the region.

Tuesday, July 8, 2014

School Calendar Change Looming
BUCKINGHAM — Where a school-aged child’s summer break is usually about two-and-a-half months long, students in Buckingham will get about one month less of break following the conclusion of the 2014-15 school year next summer.
Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Watching Her Garden Grow

CUMBERLAND — What’s the biggest lesson Alice Metts has learned serving Cumberland County?

Patience.

 “If you plant a seed, it will eventually grow,” says Metts, then pauses, “…usually.”

Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Dillwyn Awarded $274K

DILLWYN — More money is headed to Dillwyn to fund the Town’s ongoing VDOT Transportation Enhancement Project, say state and local officials.

The Commonwealth Transportation Board recently approved $274,100 for phase five of the ongoing project, which, according to VDOT spokeswoman Paula Jones, “…is for construction of sidewalks, street lighting, crosswalks, signage, a retaining wall and pedestrian plaza.”

Tuesday, July 8, 2014

The Rockets' Glare
The Scottsville Bridge crossing the James River between Buckingham and Albemarle was lined with children and adults Friday night, anxiously awaiting the annual fireworks show held by the Town of Scottsville.
Tuesday, July 8, 2014

At-Large Decision
FARMVILLE — Town council expects to temporarily fill the At-Large vacancy next Wednesday and petition the court for a special election to be held as soon as possible.
Thursday, July 3, 2014

Fireworks After Dark Re-Set For August 31
FARMVILLE — A big bang theory will be performed on Sunday night, August 31, the Town of Farmville forced by a forecast of rain to cancel its July 3 Fireworks After Dark.
Thursday, July 3, 2014


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