Tag: Stafford County School Board

Stafford County Registrar Certifies Candidates, With a Few Surprises

On August 30, 2011, the Stafford County Registrar certified those candidates, in Stafford, who qualified to be on the ballot in the November 8, 2011 general election. For those interested, here’s a quick rundown of the results. The Commonwealth’s Attorney

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Stafford County BOS Chairman Reveals True Intention on Holdback Funds

At a recent meeting of the Stafford County Board of Supervisors, Chairman Mark Dudenhefer (R-Garrisonville) made a stunning statement. He suggested that Republicans could look to make further cuts in the adopted FY’11 by withholding a percentage of county funds

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Stafford County Republicans Spend $60 Per Day on Each Inmate vs. $21 Per Day on Each Student, Education Clearly Not a Priority

The Republican majority on the Stafford County Board of Supervisors sent a clear message on Tuesday evening to county residents and potential new businesses, “They do not value education and would prefer to play politics with our children’s future.” They

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Cord Sterling Sheds Moderate Myth, Comes Out of Closet as Tea Bagger

On April 10, 2010, Supervisor Cord Sterling (R-Rock Hill) addressed his fellow tea baggers at a Tea Party rally in Stafford, VA. Sterling is the worst type of politician: one who will say or do anything to further his political

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Stafford County School Board Votes for Raises Over Bonuses

In a follow-up to my post last week, the Stafford County School Board voted 5-2, late this past Tuesday evening, to provide almost ALL school employees a continuing pay rate increase (step increase) effective April 2010. The one group excluded

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