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The event on Wednesday is at the market in the parking lot of the Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center.
Cool Springs Road Landfill closed in 1996, but city has since struggled with state standards.
The ordinance requires a permit and restricts a person to two hives and four chickens with setback rules that might still get tweaked when the ordinances come up for a final second reading on Sept. 18.
The discussion continues on a 79-unit subdivision and its potential impact on traffic, area businesses and the Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park.
Vivify Burger and Lounge, Fredericksburg Area Museum and Cultural Center and Hope House were the recipients.
A central question remains regarding a developer's use of a city-owned third lane for access to the subdivision.
The money can be used to defray the costs associated with start-up operations or expansions.
The Trust President wrote that an access road would have a negative impact on the natural beauty of the area and possibly open the door for further development across from the National Military Park
The organization of women is committed to improving and enriching the lives of Fredericksburg area children.
Fredericksburg officials made it a goal last year to review government operations and the organizational structure to see if there are ways to make it more efficient and fix any weaknesses.
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