The Orange County Board of Supervisors voted 3-2 Tuesday evening to deny the special use permit application of the Mid-Atlantic Pyrotechnic Ar…
On Tuesday afternoon, the Orange County Board of Supervisors held its first in-person meeting of the COVID-19 era.
Acting on its pledge to deliver high-speed internet access to underserved areas, the Orange County Broadband Authority rolled out a progressiv…
“It’s a little like building a house.”
During public comment at last week’s meeting of the board of supervisors, there was overwhelming audience support for declaring Orange County …
After a public hearing last Tuesday that included more than a dozen citizens speaking out against proposed changes to definitions for camping, campground and recreational vehicles in the county zoning ordinance, the Orange County Board of Supervisors unanimously voted down the proposed changes.
Lewis Foster is Orange County’s new broadband program manager, and he is determined to bring affordable internet access and a reliable cell signal to every hill and dale from Barboursville to Burr Hill.
Work is progressing on the countywide fiber optics project although the county is still waiting for an extension on the project from the Federal Communications Commission. Part of that progress is the launch of an Orange County Broadband Authority website, where citizens can learn more about the project aimed at providing reliable and affordable broadband across the county.
A proposed amendment that would ease requirements for hydrogeologic testing for subdivisions was met with consistent opposition at a public hearing last week. And county supervisors listened.
As work continues on the 50-year vision of the eastern end of the county through the Germanna-Wilderness Area Plan (GWAP), county officials hope to apply the same sort of long-range planning approach to the Orange-Gordonsville corridor.
Expressing concerns about infrastructure, impact and the veracity that the applicant’s rezoning proposal was better than what could be done on the property by-right, the Orange County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to defer action on a 113-unit subdivision in the western corner of the county.