Rappahannock News - - MEETINGS • CROSSWORD -

➤ COUNTY BUILD­INGS TASK FORCE SUB­COM­MIT­TEE meets 9:30 a.m. Fri­day (Oct. 6) at the Vis­i­tors Cen­ter, 3 Li­brary Rd., Wash­ing­ton. Agenda in­cludes dis­cus­sion of IT setup and needs in county build­ing com­plex; court­house elec­tri­cal fire and mit­i­ga­tion; Vis­i­tors Cen­ter ren­o­va­tions; bids awarded and pend­ing for work on county build­ings and fur­nish­ings; and pro­ject pri­or­i­ties.

➤ RAP­PA­HAN­NOCK SCHOOL BOARD meets 6:30 p.m. Tues­day (Oct. 10) in the band room at the high school.

➤ RAP­PA­HAN­NOCK COUNTY DEMOCRATS’ an­nual road­side lit­ter pickup and party is Satur­day (Oct. 7). More vol­un­teers are needed; vol­un­teers meet 10 a.m. at the Rap­pa­han­nock County Li­brary. Vests, bags and in­struc­tions will be given. Rain or shine. The crew re­assem­bles at noon at the li­brary for cof­fee and lunch. For more in­for­ma­tion, con­tact Jed Du­vall at 540-522-9912.

➤ The NA­TIONAL SO­CI­ETY OF THE DAUGH­TERS OF THE AMER­I­CAN REV­O­LU­TION Fauquier Court House chap­ter will hold their monthly meet­ing this Satur­day (Oct. 7). The so­cial starts at 9:30 a.m., the meet­ing at 10. His­to­rian and Friends of the War­ren­ton Ceme­tery Foun­da­tion board mem­ber Mag­gie, Lovitt is the speaker. This new 501(c)3 non-profit or­ga­ni­za­tion is ed­u­cat­ing the pub­lic about War­ren­ton’s rich his­tory that lies be­hind the gates of its ceme­tery and is con­tin­u­ing its ef­forts to re­store the tomb­stones van­dal­ized April 12. All are wel­come. Email Cat Sch­wetke at cat­bas­kets@ hot­ for more in­for­ma­tion and lo­ca­tion.

➤ WASH­ING­TON TOWN COUN­CIL meets 7 p.m. Mon­day (Oct. 9) at town hall. Agenda in­cludes: con­sid­er­a­tion of chang­ing the town elec­tions from May to Novem­ber to con­cur with fed­eral elec­tions, per a re­quest from the county reg­is­trar; up­date on a pos­si­ble or­di­nance to ad­dress airbnbtype rentals; con­sid­er­a­tion of pre­pay­ment in full (about $6,000) of the note fi­nanc­ing the town hall ac­qui­si­tion; con­sid­er­a­tion of a “Love” sign in town. Coun­cil may en­ter closed ses­sion re­gard­ing pos­si­ble zon­ing and state code vi­o­la­tions by a prop­erty owner.

➤ BROAD­BAND COM­MIT­TEE meets 7:30 p.m. Mon­day (Oct. 9) at the li­brary. Open to the pub­lic. Agenda in­cludes post­card mailer sta­tus, broad­band sur­vey re­sults to date, strate­gies.

➤ RAP­PA­HAN­NOCK RAP­I­DAN COM­MU­NITY SER­VICES TRANS­PORTA­TION will not op­er­ate on Mon­day (Oct. 9) in ob­ser­vance of Colum­bus Day.

➤ RAP­PA­HAN­NOCK RAP­I­DAN COM­MU­NITY SER­VICES meets 1 p.m. Tues­day (Oct. 10) at 15361 Brad­ford Rd., Culpeper.

➤ BEL CANTO VO­CAL EN­SEM­BLE, a group of 15 singers that re­cently per­formed at the Lit­tle Wash­ing­ton Theatre, be­gins re­hearsals in October for its next con­cert. Its mem­bers are drawn from the sur­round­ing coun­ties and meet in Madi­son at the Pied­mont Epis­co­pal Church on Tues­day nights from 7-9 p.m. If you are in­ter­ested in join­ing this group, come to the au­di­tions/ re­hearsal Oct. 10. For the first part of re­hearsal, au­di­tion­ees will re­hearse with cur­rent choir mem­bers. To­ward the end of the time pe­riod, singers will au­di­tion one-on-one with the direc­tor. Au­di­tions will con­sist of pitch-match­ing, a range check and a few vo­cal ex­er­cises. For more in­for­ma­tion, call Lau­ren Estes at 434-962-5885.

➤ RAP­PA­HAN­NOCK COUNTY WA­TER & SEWER AU­THOR­ITY (RCWSA) meets 5:30 p.m. Oct. 12, at Wash­ing­ton Town Hall, 485 Gay St., Wash­ing­ton. Please note that this is a change in venue.

➤ LAND USE REVAL­I­DA­TION forms have been mailed and are due Dec.

5. If you did not re­ceive a form please con­tact the county rev­enue com­mis­sioner’s of­fice at 540-675-5370.

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