Posts Tagged 'Greene County Va'

Eye on the county’s reserve fund

By Susan Gibbs At the candidates’ forum held for Greene County Board of Supervisors candidates held last fall Michelle Flynn, now supervisor-elect for the Ruckersville District, called for a common, simple language for the county’s reserve fund. Greene County Administrator … Continue reading

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Eye on corruption: Eddie Deane, Eva Young, and the GCRC

By Susan Gibbs Personally, I think Chairman of the Board of Supervisors David Cox sometimes thinks with his emotions rather than with logic; that Vice-chairman Jim Frydl sometimes takes better care of county employees than he does of county citizens; … Continue reading

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Eye on Greene County Circuit Court Clerk candidates

By Susan Gibbs Three challengers to Greene County Circuit Court Clerk Brenda Compton told voters why they should be elected to her position at Piedmont Virginia Community College’s Eugene Giuseppe Center Wednesday, September 30 at the candidates’ forum co-sponsored by … Continue reading

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Eye on the pot calling the kettle black

By Susan Gibbs Supervisor Eddie Deane has been making a lot of noise lately about what a failure he’s been in his official capacity and promising to make up for that failure for the rest of his four year term—which … Continue reading

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Mystery group seeks to unseat Frydl

By Susan Gibbs An effort is underway to remove Greene County Supervisor Jim Frydl (Midway) from office before his term expires at the end of 2017. Gail Breeden of Stanardsville, speaking for the group that is bringing the action, said, … Continue reading

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Stanardsville senior creates treetop retreat

By Susan Gibbs Jean Weeks of Stanardsville believes in making dreams come true. But when the 67-year-old Stanardsville resident told her family and friends that she  wanted to build herself a tree house, they told her she was nuts. “I … Continue reading

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Long term elected official expresses concern for Greene’s future

Greene County Commissioner of Revenue Larry Snow, a lifelong county resident who has held his office for 26 consecutive years, took some last week to talk to Eye on Greene about his concern for the county’s future. The interview with … Continue reading

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Retiring supervisor expresses concern for county’s future

By Susan Gibbs Clarence “Buggs” Peyton, known for his concern for senior citizens, particularly those living on fixed incomes, has announced his decision to retire after an eight-year stint on the Greene County Board of Supervisors. Born and bred in … Continue reading

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Andrea Whitmarsh named superintendent of schools

Greene County Public School System Assistant Superintendent Andrea Whitmarsh has been named superintendent of the county’s public schools. Whitmarsh will assume the position May 1. She will be replacing Dr. David Jeck, who announced early this year that he would … 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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