Va Homeowners Alliance posts for February 10, 2010

  • Montgomery County May Increase Car Tax Bills
    By changing the method by which they value vehicles, Montgomery County could bring in an estimated $700,000 against the back drop of a $4.2 million budget shortfall.  The Board of Supervisors…

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  • House of Delegates votes to suspend utility rate
    The House of Delegates passed Tuesday a measure to temporarily suspend a rate increase by Appalachian Power Company.  The utility already has a rate increase request pending before the State…

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  • Pittsylvania County to Gain More Internet Access
    According to the Danville Register & Bee, Pittsylvania County and other areas in southside will receive two grants totaling $21 million from the U.S. Department of Commerce to expand broadband…

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One Response to Va Homeowners Alliance posts for February 10, 2010

  1. Honestly, have you all been snowed out or is there really nothing else to talk about besides reposting VA Homeowner’s Alliance articles???

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