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Board retreat

The Gloucester County Board of Supervisors held a retreat on Jan. 23 at Whitcomb Lodge, Beaverdam Park, to have in-depth discussions on a number of issues ranging from the county’s Capital Improvement Plan to finding better ways for the community to access waterways. Shown, from left, are board clerk Trish Cronin, York district supervisor Phillip Bazzani, Ware district supervisor Andy James and Abingdon district supervisor Robert “JJ” Orth. Not shown are at-large supervisors Ashley Chriscoe and Kevin Smith, Gloucester Point district supervisor Chris Hutson, Petsworth district supervisor Michael Winebarger, county administrator Brent Fedors, parks, recreation and tourism director Carol Steele, and county attorney Ted Wilmot. The board’s next regular meeting will be held at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the colonial courthouse. ...

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