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Fairgrounds, Halloween lead supes’ agenda

Halifax County Supervisors will meet this evening at the second floor meeting room of the Mary Bethune Complex at 6:30 p.m. They have no public hearings on their agenda after W.A. Stevens withdrew his request for a conditional use permit which would have allowed him to operate an internet gaming cafe in the county.

Spring water company expands

Grand Springs Natural Spring Water is expanding. The business is now offering a distributing program for their coffee service products and water products in the five gallon bottles and the small pack bottles to local business and to retail outlets in the Halifax county area.

Waste water treatment facility put into service

A co-generation facility at the Halifax County Industrial Park which has been idle for the past several years is being upgraded for use as an industrial waste water treatment facility by Spirit Services, Inc.

IDA announcement postponed

HSCA mulls new loans

The Halifax County Service Authority is looking at the possibility of applying for two new USDA Rural Development loans to pay for utility improvements.

Remembering Judge Sugg

South Boston News
Halifax County supervisors chairman William I. Fitzgerald and fellow Board members presented a framed plaque of commendation honoring the late Judge Irvin Douglas Sugg, Sr. to members of his family. On hand for the presentation Tuesday night were Sugg’s wife, Bernice, daughter Norma Jean Whitted and her husband, George, and their son, David, along with Judge Sugg’s son, Bryant Lee Sugg (left), now a judge in the Hampton Roads area. The commendation took note of the 32 years that Judge Sugg spent in private law practice before his appointment as the first African-American judge in the Tenth Judicial District. (SOMcL photo)

Halifax County IDA speeds pad-ready sites

The Halifax County Industrial Development Authority on Wednesday approved a $5.86 million budget for the 2010-11 fiscal year. Revenues include a $555,750 contribution from Halifax County with industry rents and outside grants providing the funding for the remainder of the budget.

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