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Editor’s note: The writer, Jeff Sili, represents the Bowling Green District on the Caroline County Board of Supervisors. To the Editor: This letter is in response to the many phone calls I have received regarding the petition with forged signatures presented as part of the Special Exception Application for Chaney Enterprises to mine sand and gravel on Rt. 17. The property is located in Caroline County and owned by
To the Editor: Incredibly, there have been three recent, and related, events in Caroline County that have both the newspapers and the social media-verse all abuzz. First was the alleged removal of a Board of Supervisors member (Mr. Jeff Sili) from Bowling Green Elementary during the recent National School Lunch Week activities (which Mr. Sili has attended in the past). Mr. Sili, who was accompanied by School Board member Dr.
To the Editor: Your editorial on the Chaney Enterprises mine (“Board has tough decision on mine,” Nov. 6 print edition) made some good points. However, there are several additional facts that should be stated. All mitigate against the approval of another mine on Route 17. First of all, there are currently three mines on Route 17 that have previously been approved by the Board of Supervisors that have not opened
This is a letter to the editor from Jeff Sili, now in his second term on the Caroline County Board of Supervisors. We welcome letters to the editor from other members of the Board of Supervisors. Sili will answer questions sent to his email address at firstname.lastname@example.org. Dear Editor, The purpose of this letter is to shed some transparency on the financial obligations concerning the building of the YMCA in
(Editor’s Note: Christian White, a third grade teacher at Lewis and Clark Elementary School, wrote the following message, which was distributed by principal Howard Pellegreen to the school staff. White gave permission for its publication.) Last Friday afternoon, the day of the terrible tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut, I stayed late at school trying to finish up some things for this week. Preparing to leave, I looked up from my desk
OPINION/By Wendell N. Sims Caroline County is at a crossroads between ‘rural preservation’ and providing adequate levels of services for county residents, including good public education. Over the 12 years I served on the Caroline County School Board, I have seen significant levels of progress in every area of service in the county, including public education. Law enforcement, fire and rescue, new library resources, a new courthouse, new county offices,
The General Assembly convenes Jan. 11 in Richmond. Caroline County is represented by four members of the state legislature. In the House of Delegates, it is represented by Del. John Cox, a Republican from Hanover County serving the 55th District; Del. Bobby Orrock, a Republican from Caroline serving the 54th district; and Del. Margaret Ransone, a Republican from Westmoreland County serving the 99th District. In the state Senate, Caroline is