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Halifax supervisors tee up school borrowing of $135 million, employee pay raises

Halifax County is poised to borrow $105 million to build a new high school with an additional $25 million set aside for elementary school upgrades — the recommendation of the…

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Banister Shores project advances

The Halifax County Service Authority (HCSA) on Thursday afternoon gave its “conditional” approval to moving ahead with a $113,300 engineering contract on the Banister Shores water line project.

Banister Shores project advances

The Halifax County Service Authority (HCSA) on Thursday afternoon gave its “conditional” approval to moving ahead with a $113,300 engineering contract on the Banister Shores water line project.

Supervisors close out fiscal year

Halifax County Supervisors will meet this evening for their final session of the 2010 fiscal year which ends June 30.

Shearin fires back at landfill authority

Attorneys for Shearin Construction Inc. in a press release issued this week said it is time to take the company’s case against the Southside Regional Public Service Authority to the taxpayers of the three counties that contracted to build Butcher Creek Regional Landfill.

Decision pending on Banister Shores line project

Members of the Halifax County Service Authority (HCSA) will meet on Thursday and at this time they hope to know if the Banister Shores Water Project will be carried out.

Solar power coming to Halifax County

Halifax County is poised to become Dominion Virginia Power’s first site for commercial-scale generation of solar power, and if things go well the county could reap an additional reward —becoming home to a battery manufacturer that would employ up to 150 people within three years.

Statement of the Industrial Development Authority

The Industrial Development Authority of Halifax County and Dominion Virginia Power announced Friday plans to develop an initiative to build a pilot demonstration facility for solar power generation and battery storage. The facility would generate about 4 megawatts of power and be the largest integrated solar-battery facility in Virginia.

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