- Last Updated on Wednesday, 24 November 2010 14:59
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New noise ordinance, no more pay-to-play
Colonial Beach Town Council members came to an agreement, by way of e-mails and telephone conversations over the last several weeks, to provide Mayor Fred Rummage with office space at 700 Colonial Ave. (where the transit office is located), provided that the mayor indicate his acceptance by notifying council member Sparky Ridgely by Dec. 1, 2010. In response to council’s proposed action, Rummage said “I do object. This is nothing more than an absolute insult.”
Rummage further stated “to render me a room in the ‘outhouse’ — the abandoned public works department? No, thank you.” According to Rummage, he was not aware of and did not participate in any conversations or e-mails that occurred between council members in regard to his request to reinstate the mayor’s office at Town Hall.
- Last Updated on Sunday, 21 November 2010 16:39
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Westmoreland County – A man is dead following a three vehicle crash in Westmoreland County that took place Saturday morning, November 20, 2010. At 5:35 a.m., Virginia State Police Senior Trooper O. B. Moody was called to the scene on Route 3, Kings Highway, east of Route 634, Meadow Lane.
A 1995 Ford Contour was traveling westbound on Route 3, when the driver stopped to make a left turn and yield the right of way to a 2000 Freightliner Dump Truck heading eastbound. The Contour was struck in the rear by a 1990 Oldsmobile Cutlass and pushed into the eastbound lane of travel and struck by the dump truck.
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 November 2010 15:58
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Colonial Beach property owners will not see an increase in real estate taxes this year. Ordinance #592 was passed by a unanimous vote of town council on Nov. 11 at a special meeting that began at 7 p.m. and adjourned at 7:04 p.m. with one public comment. All town council members were in attendance with the exception of Sparky Ridgely who was out of town. According to council member Steve Kennedy “The reason for doing this is to keep the tax at the same level as last year.”
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 November 2010 16:42
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Thank you to all who helped with the Annual Rockfish Tournament this past weekend. The event was co-sponsored by the Colonial Beach Chamber of Commerce, Dockside Restaurant, Colonial Beach Yacht Center, Potomac River Charters, and Wilkerson’s Restaurant. Volunteers: Helen Moffett, Patty Hansley, Betty Whitestone, Judy Purkey, Larry Roberson, Jimmy Stanley, Ellis Rose, Mike Hamm, Jamie Geddes, Jordan Grimley, Austin Tippett, Chrissy Tippett, Carey Geddes and Peggy Campbell.
Winners of the Annual Rockfish Tournament held in Colonial Beach:
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 November 2010 16:29
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On Monday, Nov. 1, the Northern Neck held its annual Theatre Festival involving Colonial Beach, Northumberland and Washington & Lee High Schools. The event was held at Northumberland High School in their beautiful state-of-the-art auditorium. The Drifters claimed their first ever District title in Theatre, edging out W&L’s performance of “Hamlette”