Posts Tagged 'Greene County'

Ruckersville BEST WESTERN PLUS receives even more top awards

After winning award after award ever since it opened in late 2006, the BEST WESTERN PLUS Charlottesville Airport Inn & Suites in Ruckersville was recognized with both the M.K. Guertin Award and the Champion Customer Care Award at Best Western … Continue reading

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The Rosebrook Inn: a romantic getaway steeped in history

By Susan Gibbs Set at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Rosebrook Inn is one of the places to gather in Greene County. In warm weather guests celebrate their occasions in the pavilion, where they feast on the meal … Continue reading

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Supervisors give thumbs up to artisans trail

The Greene County Board of Supervisors has given its unanimous support to county participation in the Artisans Center of Virginia’s Artisan Trail Network. Participation in the Network will cost the county its support, not its dollars, the Center’s executive director, Sherrie Smith, … Continue reading

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Two proposed amendments to Constitution of Virginia on Nov. 6 ballot

Election Day 2012 is fast approaching, and while voters are familiarizing themselves with what each candidate stands for, they might also familiarize with the two questions that are asked on this year’s ballot. “There are two proposed amendments to the … Continue reading

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Regional legislative agenda in planning stages

By Susan Gibbs David Blount, legislative liaison for the Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission, appeared before the Greene County Board of Supervisors at its regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday, September 11 to ask for input into the region’s 2013 legislative agenda. … Continue reading

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Sal’s Pizzeria & Family Restaurant: a Stanardsville fixture

By Susan Gibbs For decades, Sal’s Pizzeria & Family Restaurant at the shopping center in Stanardsville has been a fixture in Greene’s county seat. “Where would we be without Sal’s?” asks Micki Watson, who works out of the Greene County … Continue reading

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County levies to remain level in coming fiscal year

By Susan Gibbs Taxes won’t be going up in the coming fiscal year. “The real estate levy will remain level at $0.69 per $100,” said Greene County Board of Supervisors Chairman Clarence “Buggs” Peyton Tuesday, April 24. The announcement followed … Continue reading

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