Municipal Monday with Doug Stanley, Warren County Administrator
21 November 2016
We were joined in the studio today for “Municipal Monday” by Doug Stanley, Warren County Administrator. Doug gave us an updated on projects in process throughout the county as well as a few new items recently announced. We discussed the upgrade of the County’s bond rating, he reminded us about the upcoming public hearing in January regarding delinquent taxpayers and told us about the sale of delinquent properties. The date of that sale will be announced once the court sets a date on December 15. In addition to that sale, we discussed the county auction held by the sheriff’s office on December 1st at 9am in the parking lot of Gertrude Miller park where they will be auctioning vehicles and equipment.
He also gave us an update on the Lake Front Royal Sanitary District, the county’s 2 funding applications for VDOT’s Smart Scale, and explained the benefits of the new software currently in place for the building/inspections department. We talked about the construction progress being made on the new middle school, the Health & Human Services Complex & Ressie Jeffries Elementary School plus an update on the potential for a new/upgraded fire station at Rivermont.
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