TVRC host an after legislative luncheon

An email from Top of Virginia Regional Chamber (TVRC) announced a post legislative luncheon.

The event will look at recently passed legislation that will make it easier to do business in Virginia.

A discussion on the upcoming special session of the General Assembly and the issues that lawmakers face.

A discussion will also take place on the legislation that was not passed in the past session.

The luncheon will be held at the George Washington A Wyndham Grand Hotel in Winchester Apr. 7 from noon to 2 p.m..

Space is limited for this event with registration necessary which you can do here.

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Gov. Youngkin wants a gas tax holiday

An email from Governor Glenn Youngkin announced that he is seeking a gas tax holiday for Virginia.

The governor sent a bill to the General Assembly for their special session calling for suspension of the gas tax for 3 months.

Youngkin  proposes using the over $4 million in unanticipated transportation revenues to support the gas tax holiday.

The governor’s proposal would also cap the annual adjustment to the gas tax at no more than 2 percent per year to further protect Virginians from the hidden tax increase of inflation.

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Luray resumes disconnections of utilities

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The Governor’s State of Emergency because of the Coronavirus pandemic ended Jun. 30.

With that the General Assembly declared that utility service disconnection could resume August 29.

The town of Luray will resume the normal business practice of utility service disconnection in Sept..

If you have any outstanding utility payments it’s recommended you contact the town of Luray.

You can call (540) 743-5511 to set up a payment plan to address any past due bills.

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