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Madison County Supervisors have reluctantly agreed to Greene County’s withdrawal from the Rapidan Service Authority (RSA).

In a stunning turn of events, Greene County has been given unanimous consent April 13 by Orange and Madison boards of supervisors to leave the…

Representatives from the Rapidan Service Authority (RSA) attended last week’s joint meeting of the Madison County Board of Supervisors and Planning Commission to discuss the future of wastewater and water treatment in the county.

The March Rapidan Service Authority (RSA) Board of Members meeting wrapped up business in less than 12 minutes, including the special election of chairman after Madison County Representative Steve Hoffman resigned from the post on March 5.

Citing differences in opinion, Rapidan Service Authority (RSA) Chairman and Madison County Representative Steve Hoffman has resigned from his post.

Citing differences in opinion, Rapidan Service Authority (RSA) Chairman and Madison County Representative Steve Hoffman has resigned from his post.

The Virginia Senate had neither voted nor debated Senate Bill 1355, that allows Greene County to withdraw from the Rapidan Service Authority (…

The Virginia General Assembly is looking at whether to allow Greene County to withdraw from the Rapidan Service Authority (RSA). Senate Bill 1…

The Rapidan Service Authority (RSA) Oct. 20 filed a motion to disqualify Greene County’s attorneys in the lawsuit against it in Greene County …

The Rapidan Service Authority (RSA) responded to the Greene County Board of Supervisors’ first lawsuit last week, citing sovereign immunity as well as calling the facility fee “an impermissible tax,” according to documents filed at the Greene County Circuit Court Clerk’s office.

The Rapidan Service Authority (RSA) responded to the Greene County Board of Supervisors’ first lawsuit last week, citing sovereign immunity as…

The Greene County Board of Supervisors on Sept. 28 filed its second lawsuit in two weeks against Rapidan Service Authority (RSA) and the RSA Board of Members, this time requesting the dissolution of the utility. 

There were many tense moments at the Rapidan Service Authority (RSA) Board of Members meeting Thursday, Aug. 20 surrounding a proposed water rate increase, improvements for Stanardsville’s water supply and the plan for a 50-year water supply plan for Greene County.

Since the start of the novel coronavirus pandemic, the Rapidan Service Authority (RSA) Board of Members has suspended disconnecting service for nonpayment and the board agreed to extend that to the end of September, as well as waiving late fees and disconnection fees. However, some customers have amassed a large debt that might be difficult to pay once that goes into effect again.

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