Page County has been here before with the landfill, the proposed Fibrowatt development and the failed industrial park. Let’s do better this go around.
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We’ve learned since our last post that Page County Supervisors will consider three different solar ordinances at their meeting tomorrow.
We are very concerned that the carefully crafted protections in the ordinance may be removed and/or weakened.
Work has begun again along Happy Creek, following a revised erosion and sediment control plan and the posting of work plans and permits on site as required.
We hope this list can serve as a resource for those who want a better plan for Happy Creek in Front Royal.
With more than 20 public comments* urging the Page County Board of Supervisors to pass the solar ordinance on Tuesday,...
Months of effort by both the Planning Commission and Board of Supervisors has produced a solar ordinance that protects our landscapes, wildlife and rural communities.
We are discouraged that the Front Royal Town Council has not yet asked for an extension of the project deadline to complete the work along Happy Creek.
Learn why riparian buffers – trees & natural plantings along the banks of waterways – are essential for clean water, erosion control, and wildlife habitat.
Page County has long promised to install audio and visual equipment in order to record government meetings. We were excited when...
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