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Supervisors, supervisors-elect talk economic development

By Susan Gibbs Greene County is a member of the Central Virginia Partnership for Economic Development, and as such, its economic development is not planned on the basis of what is needed in the county, but on what is theorized … Continue reading

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Greene County candidates respond to Eye on Greene questions

By Susan Gibbs Earlier this week Eye on Greene posted an editorial titled “Greene County could have two new supervisors: Where will they lead it?” All candidates and sitting supervisors were asked six questions geared to give voters an in-depth … Continue reading

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Greene supervisors address tough issues in tough times

By Susan Gibbs Greene County is about to raise taxes and then dip into its general fund to pay expenses. Moreover, two assessments released last year by the Skyline Community Action Partnership (Skyline CAP) indicate that new employment opportunities in … Continue reading

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Supervisors set proffers guidelines

By Susan Gibbs The Greene County Board of Supervisors has approved proffer guidelines meant to compliment the county’s capital improvement plan. The action took place at the Board’s regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday, February 26. “It’s a guide for wording,” explained … Continue reading

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Eye on Ruckersville Citizens Council: Where did it go?

By Susan Gibbs   About a month ago Greene County Board of Supervisors Vice-chairman Davis Lambs said, “Whatever happened to Andrea Wilkinson? We haven’t heard from her for a while.” That remark speaks to the heart of what’s wrong in … Continue reading

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A little transparency, if you please

By Susan Gibbs I have been in county for seven years and reporting on Greene County for six, first for the Greene County Record for five years, and then, after a hiatus that lasted a year, via Eye on Greene. … Continue reading

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As 2013 unfolds Greene prepares for better days

By Susan Gibbs Taxes may have to go up and cuts to some county programs might have to be made, but according to Money magazine we should take note of the shadows beginning to lift. On the national level, according … Continue reading

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