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05/03/15 - 1:43 pm
Halifax County Planner Robbie Love “engaged in acts that violated the County’s workplace violence policy,” leading to the decision by County Administrator Jim Halasz to fire him last week, a…
05/03/15 - 1:42 pm
A letter by ED#8 supervisor William Bryant Claiborne on the actions of board allies in Halifax County's governing dispute.
05/01/15 - 6:21 am
David Irby, a longtime law enforcement officer in Halifax County, announced Thursday that he will wage a write-in campaign for Sheriff, becoming the third declared candidate in the race along…
05/04/15 - 7:24 am
With May 15-17 date, VIR joins nine- race series
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New officers, directors for Destination Downtown
SoVaNow.com / March 24, 2014\Destination Downtown South Boston, Inc. (DDSB) is a non profit volunteer-based Virginia Main Street Organization dedicated to the economic and cultural revitalization of downtown South Boston.
South Boston is a designated Virginia Main Street Community, where DDSB follows the Main Street Four Point Approach developed by the National Main Street Center.
Leadership of DDSB is provided by a volunteer Board of Directors, an active committee structure, as well as one full time Executive Director. Activities are focused in the areas of organization, economic restructuring, design, and promotion. DDSB’s work plan items are based on these areas.
New Destination Downtown South Boston board members include Brandee Sharpe Lloyd, who originally hails from Stuart, Va. and has resided in South Boston since 2004. She is currently employed by Team Nurse Inc. as the Marketing Manager and is passionate about giving back to her community and volunteers her time whenever possible with various events.
Clint Johnson is an employee of Southside Virginia Community College, serving as the Instructor for the Product Design and Development Program, located at the Southern Virginia Higher Education Center’s Innovation Center. Clint and his wife Kristy relocated to Halifax County in 2008, and reside in the Town of Halifax, with their two sons.
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