News Maker Karen-Beck Herzog on Cedar Creek meeting

Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park holds virtual quarterly meetings to talk about land acquisitions and management among other matters.

This quarter’s meeting is set for December 14 at 9 a.m.

We spoke with Sight Manager Karen-Beck Herzog about what the meeting entails and how to connect in our latest news maker.

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Karen tells us all the different groups that are involved with Cedar Creek and Belle Grove Plantation and a little of what to expect at this meeting.

She also tells us how to connect to the meeting both virtually and or in person.

Karen also tells us that this particular meeting will be held at the Warren County Government building this quarter.

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News Maker Todd Jones on April 24th Tax Meeting

Scott Bradley spoke with News Maker Todd Jones, Technology Director for Warren County, about an important tax meeting coming up.

The meeting will be held on April 24th at the Warren County Government Center at 7 pm.

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Front Royal hosts public hearings Monday

The Town of Front Royal is holding three public hearings on Monday at 7:00 pm at the Warren County Government Center’s Board Meeting Room at 220 N Commerce Avenue.

The requests being discussed include a Special Use Permit for a daycare at LifePoint Church and two different Special Use Permits for short term rental properties on Main Street and on E. Lee Street.

Information on those requests are available at the Office of Planning and Zoning at Town Hall.

All interested members of the community are invited to attend these hearings to express their views.

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FRWC EDA hold a closed door meeting tomorrow 5/11

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The next Front Royal Warren County Economic Development Authority (EDA) meeting will include a closed door session.

The closed door session will be with EDA’s Board of Directors and Warren County Board of Supervisors for consultation with legal counsel.

The topic will pertain to actual or probable litigation and the provision of legal advice regarding the EDA vs. Jennifer McDonald.

Along with other potential claims and litigation relating to other possible liabilities of the EDA and the recovery of funds and assets.

The regular meeting of the EDA begins tomorrow Tue. May 11 at 6 p.m. at the Warren County Government Center.

The closed door session begins at 7 p.m..

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Front Royal Town Council goes virtual

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Tonight’s Front Royal Town Council meeting and work session at Warren County Government Center Board Room will begin at 7 p.m..

Due to current COVID-19 restrictions Citizens and members of the press are encouraged to stay home and watch the meeting live on the town’s website at frontroyalva.com or on Comcast channel 16.

The Town Staff will remote in to this session.

There is no public comment at this work sessions and special meetings.

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