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City Moves On Canal Improvements, A Council High Priority
Some concerns have surfaced over the past few months regarding the historic Rappahannock Canal. Staff has been working diligently to address issues such as the lack of fresh water entering the system, overabundance of duckweed, and mosquito populations. Read on...
Slave Auction Block Discussion
Council voted to keep the slave block in its current location on September 26. More information will be forthcoming on adding historical reference, in the near future. The results of the online input is now available. Read on...
Video from Public Forum on Slave Auction Block
On Saturday, September 23 Council held a public forum to hear comments on the two options for the slave auction block located at the corner of William and Charles Street. Read on...
Parking Action Plan Approved
Council accepted the Parking Action Plan and endorsed staff strategy to begin implementation of recommendations contained in the plan. Changes to two hour parking restrictions will be most noticeable. Read on...
Fight the Bite
Learn how to help control the mosquito population and to protect yourself and your family from mosquito-borne diseases. Eliminate standing water by emptying containers that collect water, at least once a week. Read on...
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