Hearing for Illegal Wall Delayed Yet Again
The legal counsel of the owner of the illegal wall on North Augusta Street delayed a court hearing on the matter yet again in November, again invoking his status as a Virginia legislator.
Property Owner Continues Delay Effort
The legal counsel of the owner of the illegal wall on North Augusta Street delayed a court hearing on the matter for the second time in September, invoking his status as a Virginia legislator.
City's Appeal of Illegal Wall Delayed by Property Owner
The City promptly filed its petition for appeal on July 3, 2018 concerning features of an illegal wall built on North Augusta Street, but the property owner has failed to file any response to the petition.
City Council to Defend Zoning Law and Appeal BZA’s Decision on Illegal Wall
City Council has adopted a resolution to appeal the 3-2 variance decision of the unelected Staunton Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) made on June 12 regarding features of an illegal wall built at 1403 N. Augusta Street.
City Voices Water Concerns in Pipeline Challenge
The City of Staunton has joined Nelson County to express its concern in a legal challenge to the construction of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline.