When Fred Garber surveys the progress of the new solar installation on his family farm in Mount Jackson, he sees the future. And that gives the nearly 79-year-old a tiny bit of peace.
We know that solar is part of the transition to renewable energy, and, done right, it can be compatible with and even complement our agricultural region.
We are pleased by this process and the outcome—a real welcome change in dialogue and community input in transportation planning that we know will lead to impactful projects.
Augusta County officials say that the rezoning application for the proposed truck distribution center in Greenville was WITHDRAWN in April.
The community held an informational meeting to discuss the Shenandoah Valley Golf Club rezoning and what it would mean for Rockland.
If you live or travel through the Harrisonburg and Rockingham area, please take a look at this plan.
Provide input to DEQ related to the draft permit which will allow the discharge up to 50,000 gallons of treated sewage wastewater into the South Fork of the Shenandoah River.
Why road reconfiguration? In short—safety! But also, road reconfigurations improve efficiency and are more cost effective than pavement solutions.
For the second time in just a few months Augusta County is considering a rezoning in Greenville in order to build a huge warehouse and distribution center that will have terrible effects.
This proposal for 286 new single-family homes at the Shenandoah Valley and Bowling Green Golf Clubs clearly does not meet the goals and objectives in the Warren County comprehensive plan.
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