Jeff Branscome writes about Spotsylvania County.
Just a reminder: The Spotsylvania Board of Supervisors meets tomorrow. The fun starts at 3 p.m. Public hearings start at 6:30. Three are on the agenda, but I’ve heard that the Keswick public hearing will be postponed so staff can look into some new developments. The two other hearings both deal with the historic overlay district.
County administrator Doug Barnes will report back on the standard operating guidelines that supervisors didn’t approve last month. He will tell the supervisors that the county attorney’s office recommends calling them standard operating procedures or policies and that the rules will be reviewed when they’re all completed and not “piecemeal.”
Also on the agenda: an update of the UDA schedule and a look at the options for improvements to Harrison Road. This came up at the transportation work session, and you can find a story here.
Supervisors will also thank Social Services Director Loraine Lemoine for her 40 years of social work for the county. And 2010 employees of the year Elmer L. Oakes Jr. and Kelly A. Mills will be honored.