by Lisa Hinton-Valdrighi
WHITE STONE—By a unanimous decision, the White Stone Town Council has approved a revenue bond of up to $2.10 million to fund an expansion of the town’s public sewer system.
No one from the public spoke and council moved in and out of a related public hearing within minutes at a special meeting on Thursday, August 19.
Town council on August 5 authorized mayor Randy Reeves to pursue a $1.9 million bridge loan from Chesapeake Bank.
Council has already spent $110,000 of town funds on Phase 2 of the septic project, according to town manager Patrick Frere. White Stone is borrowing the additional….
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