White Stone invests proposed tourism project

WHITE STONE—The White Stone Town Council last Thursday voted to invest $1,750 in a tourism project headed by the White Stone Business Association (WSBA).

Association president Lloyd B. Hubbard asked council for the money as part of a matching grant program the WSBA is applying for through the Northern Neck District Planning Commission. The WSBA also will contribute $1,750 towards the $7,000 matching grant, which would be used to help promote tourism in White Stone.

According to Hubbard, WSBA plans to erect a “retro bus stop” in front of the Town Hall, 433 Rappahannock Drive, which serves as a Triangle Trolley stop…

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