A year-long process to make the former J.J. Kelly High School building a Wise County community services facility came to a stop Thursday.
The Wise County Board of Supervisors heard the county school system’s proposed budget Thursday along with a glimpse of the county’s own pandemic-related budget issues in fiscal year 2020-21.
The Wise County Board of Supervisors will go to electronic meetings during the COVID-19 emergency in Virginia.
Wise County is now preparing for the budget impact of state minimum-wage legislation awaiting Governor Ralph Northam’s signature.
Despite a doubling in projected costs, the Wise County Board of Supervisors voted Thursday to move ahead on planning and design for renovating the former J.J. Kelly High School building for a county office building.
Visitors to the Wise County courthouse starting Friday will be asked whether they are sick and asked to leave if they say yes.
Militias and joining West Virginia were part of public comments at Thursday’s Wise County Board of Supervisors meeting.
A Wise resident wants the Wise County Board of Supervisors to make the county a Second Amendment sanctuary in advance of a Democratic-controlled General Assembly in 2020.
“The crown jewel of High Knob is the recreation area. We’re trying to save it.” — Enhancement Corporation member Chris Jones