Four stories you should know about:
-The Attorney General’s Office is appealing a ruling by the SCC that allows Dominion’s rate caps to expire.
-The Strasburg Town Council is working on revisions to its Architectural Review Board. Open question: how many of the county’s towns have ARB’s?
-Governor Kaine is simply not having a good week. It turns out that his appointee to the SCC James Dimitri is Dominion Power’s lead attorney as they fight to put up a 500 kilovolt power line from Frederick to Loudoun. With news like this dropping all around, it’s no surprise that Tim Kaine wants to pack up, because its becoming clearer by the day that his political future is limited within the boundaries of Virginia.
-The State DEQ has added 70 more miles to their list of impaired waterways in the Shenandoah Valley.
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