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The highlights of the Board of Supervisors' April 20 meeting include passing a resolution initiating a 1% sales tax referendum for school capital costs, creating a summer youth work program, and supporting renaming a bridge after a former supervisor.
Check out this week's episode of PittCo Happenings to learn about Pittsylvania County's solid waste system, which starts at the convenience centers and ends at the landfill, and how county staff are making it more efficient and customer-service oriented.
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The Pittsylvania County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to approve the fiscal year 2022 budget during a called meeting Thursday night. The budget includes no tax or rate increases and a general fund of approximately $71.5 million.
Help the Pittsylvania County Sheriff's Office by looking through some of the people who are wanted in our area. If you have any information about any of these people you should either call the Sheriff's Office at 432-7931 or Crime Stoppers at 800-791-0044
Pittsylvania County, in concert with the local health department and many other community partners, is opening a COVID-19 vaccine clinic in Gretna. The site will have a separate registration from the State; just call 434-432-3582 and leave a message.
RiverStreet Networks and Pittsylvania County announce a partnership to bring broadband internet service to Pittsylvania County. Five fixed wireless towers are already active and ready for customers.
The Board of Supervisors held a productive day of meetings Tuesday, which included the county administrator's proposed budget for fiscal year 2022, a reassessment update, and an update on 12 local businesses that were selected for small business grants.
Landmark Asset Services, Inc. was awarded $615,000 from the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development to help in the conversion of the old Southside High School and Blairs Middle School into affordable rental housing for local families.
After being forced to cancel the past few sporting seasons due to COVID-19, Pittsylvania County Parks and Recreation will move forward with spring baseball in 2021. The season will run from the middle of May through July 17.
After the severe winter weather that slammed our region on February 13, downing trees and power lines and leaving many without power, Pittsylvania County leaders decided to waive tipping fees for storm debris at the landfill through May 14.
In honor of Black History month, learn about some of the most impactful African-Americans in Pittsylvania County. These individuals fought for and spearheaded significant social change and progress.
Effective February 22, the Pittsylvania County Department of Elections and Voter Registrar is moving into the new Pittsylvania County Elections and Training Center, located at 18 Depot Street, Chatham, VA 24531.
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