Meetings and Notices

On Thursday, Oct. 14, the Washington Architectural Review Board (ARB) will meet at 7:30 p. m. in the Town Hall on Gay Street. Highlights on the agenda include: County of Rappahannock, by John McCarthy, to replace previously approved temporary pre-fab structure with permanent brick radio equipment structure to match new jail addition. Structure to be built near the base of the radio tower behind the Sheriff’s Office; Rappahannock Historical Society, by Judy Tole, new 36-by-24-inch sign and post in same location at 328 Gay Street.

The public is invited to attend the Superintendent Dr. Aldridge Boone’s “State of the Schools” address to the community. The event will be held Thursday, Oct. 21, at 6 p.m. in the Rappahannock County High School Auditorium. Copies of the school division’s annual report will be available at that time.

There being no business to come before it, and after consultation with the chair, the regular October meeting of the Rappahannock County Planning Commission has been canceled.

Rappahannock County tax bills for 2010 have been mailed and must be paid or postmarked on or before Dec. 5, to avoid penalty. Failure to receive a bill through the mail does not relieve the taxpayer of any additional charges that will accrue under law for failure to pay within the prescribed time. Treasurer’s Office Hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday. For more information, call Frances A. Foster, Treasurer, 540-675-5360.

If you are interested in participating in this year’s artisans market during the Christmas in Little Washington festival on Sunday, Dec. 5, contact Kim Nelson at luluqq@aol.comor or Kevin Adams at kevin@gaystreetinn.com to apply for space or call 540-675-3288. Please include a representative photo and description of the type of work you would like to sell. The annual artisans market runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at two locations — RAAC Community Theater and Town Hall. There is a $35 fee to participate, payable when you are notified of acceptance. Applications are accepted until the markets are full. Participating artisans are showing handmade baskets, iron work, stained glass, pottery and jewelry.

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