Sheriff Newman Scheduled Community Meetings

 

Washington County Virginia Sheriff Fred Newman has announced that the Sheriff’s Office will be conducting a series of community meetings during the month of September. "This will give the citizens of our county the opportunity to voice their concerns," stated Sheriff Newman. "By holding these community meetings, our Sheriff’s Office can gain insight into problems that may be occurring in our communities. I would appreciate the citizens coming forward and letting us know what their concerns are. I am of the opinion that if I don’t know what the problem is, I can’t fix it."

 

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New Real Estate Bill for 2010

This year we have done some revisions to the real estate bill that will be going out.  To make sure everyone knows what to expect, we have created a detailed explanation of the new bill and its features.  To view the new bill, follow the link below. 

 

Real Estate Bill Explanation

 
PAWS Campaign Shelter Donations 2010

The Washington County Virginia Sheriff’s Office C.C. Porter Animal Shelter is the recipient of dog and cat food, bleach, kitty litter and animal toys as the result the Washington County Schools’ annual PAWS (Providing Animals With Support) Campaign. 

 

Each year the school system donates food, kitty litter, bleach, animal toys and other items to help feed and care for the animals at the shelter.  Under the guidance of Director Janet Lester, this year’s program was a huge success with over 1,000 pounds of food and other items being donated.  Schools that participated in this year’s event include Abingdon, High Point, Valley Institute, Rhea Valley, Meadowview and Greendale Elementary Schools.  (Watauga Elementary School made a donation in December.)

 

“During these tough economic times, our shelter is extremely grateful for the generous donations provided by the students, parents and faculty of these respective schools,” said Washington County Sheriff Fred Newman.

 

Pictured are some of the county elementary school students and teachers who participated in this year’s event.  Click Here to View.

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County Clean-up Efforts

The Litter Control Department of the Washington County Sheriff's Office has been working hard to clean up various dump sites around the county.  Below is a document detailing their cleanup efforts.

Illegal Dump Cleanup Efforts

 
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