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Supervisors meeting rescheduled due to weather threat

Due to inclement weather conditions, the Halifax County Board of Supervisors’ meeting scheduled today at 6:30 p.m. and a budget work session scheduled for 3:30 p.m. have been rescheduled to next Monday.

Supervisor Chairman Tom West said the decision was made after weather conditions became too hazardous for members of the board and the public to attend the regular scheduled monthly meeting and budget work session.

A public hearing that had been scheduled for Monday’s meeting will be held next Monday on a conditional use permit application filed by W. A. Stratton Construction for Robert Lee Pulliam to build a proposed race shop for Pulliam Motorsports adjacent to 2103 Alton Post Office Road on the south side of State Route 711, approximately two-tenths of a mile east of its intersection with Mill Pond Road (State Route 701) in Alton.

“All hearings and other matters previously advertised for March will be conducted at the continued meeting next Monday, and no further advertisement will be required,” West said.