The Bedford County Board of Supervisors held their monthly meeting April 27, which included a public hearing over the county budget.
First, board members went over the consent agenda, which featured six items. The first half of the consent agenda featured resolutions authorizing the county administrator to execute an easement agreement to the Southside Electric Cooperative at the Whitehouse Solid Waste Collection and Recycling Center; accepting the V-STOP Grant for the Bedford County Domestic Violence Program; and adopting a COVID-19 Pandemic Personnel Policy.
The last half of the consent agenda featured resolutions authorizing the application, acceptance and appropriation of a Virginia Commission for the Arts Creative Communities Partnership Grant; authorizing the county administrator to execute an easement agreement to Appalachian Power Company at the Bedford County Landfill; and approving the Revised Capital Asset Policy.
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