The Gloucester Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a memorandum of agreement for the property transfer of the old Page Middle School property during its Jan. 4 meeting.
County Attorney Ted Wilmot constructed two possible versions of the agreement and recommended the first option. The school board unanimously approved the first option during its Dec. 14 meeting.
In version one, the schools would transfer the entirety of the property to the county following the completion of the new transportation administration and bus maintenance facility.
The Gloucester Board of Supervisors has called a special closed meeting tonight to meet with The Berkley Group to outline the recruiting process of the next County Administrator. At this time no candidates have been selected.Former County Administrator Brent Fedors announced he would be stepping down from the position last year, following a stint on administrative leave. Carol Steele has been Acting County Admi...
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