No Decision on Multi-Million Dollar School Plan

By: Philip Stewart Email
By: Philip Stewart Email

October 18, 2007

After hours of public comment, the Fluvanna County Board of Supervisors decided to end Wednesday evening's meeting at midnight. They did not take a vote on whether or not to move forward with plans to build a new high school that could cost up to $72 million.

More than 50 people signed up for public comment. Supporters of the plan, mostly educators and parents, called it an investment in the future of the county. But others said taxes to pay for the school could force them out of their homes.

The Board of Supervisors will meet again Thursday, October 25 at 7pm in the Fluvanna County Courts Building.

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