Thursday, September 18, 2014

Record Cold Winter Predicted For Gloucester, VA And The Rest Of The US

Cold Weather (film)
Cold Weather (film) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
What if you could control the weather?  What if you could control it so well that you could even predict it and sell weather to the rest of the world?  What if you found out that this is not only true, but is actually happening right now?  You would probably say it's just science fiction.  You would probably also say that anyone who tells you that this is in fact going on is just nuts.  We would not blame you for one second for thinking so.  But what if?  Let's look at the video below.  Before you play it, when we first looked at it we thought this was nuts, but we watched it all the way through.  Maybe it's not so nuts after all.  You be the judge.

This site has a great deal of information dealing with climate change and possible causes that many refuse to believe or just call plain old paranoia.  But the question must be asked, what if they are right?

The most recent video from Geoengineering Watch.  But this continues to get even more interesting.  Check out this next video.

Now read the latest headlines.

Virginia is the latest state to detect a respiratory illness caused by an uncommon virus similar to the germ that causes the common cold.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has confirmed that Virginia is among 16 states where the infection enterovirus 68 has been confirmed.

Now we can either connect the dots here or just call it all a strange coincidence.  We are seeing this cold in animals all across Gloucester.  How does that work?  Strange coincidence.  Nothing more right?

We are just showing you what is out there in various news that most people never see.  You be the judge of what you think is real and what isn't.  We can not do that for you.  Makes Agenda 21 stuff look like a joke.  But are they related?  Nah.  That's just conspiracy thinking now isn't it?

You have to have a sense of humor.

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Governor McAuliffe Announces 50,000th Birth Certificate Issued Through DMV/VDH Partnership

Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles
Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Milestone Shows Virginians Love Convenient New Service Option

RICHMOND – Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced a major milestone in the vital records partnership of the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) and the Virginia Department of Health’s (VDH) Division of Vital Records. As of this month, the number of birth certificates sold at DMV offices topped 50,000.

Fifty thousand is a very impressive number, and we are barely six months into this exciting partnership,” said Governor McAuliffe. “Clearly, Virginians are embracing this model of responsive service and convenience. As we build a new Virginia economy, Virginia needs a government that can respond to the needs of its citizens and businesses, and this is just one way we’re getting it done.”

The DMV/VDH partnership was recognized with a Governor’s Technology Award presented at the annual Commonwealth of Virginia Innovative Technology Symposium (COVITS) in Richmond earlier this month.

The birth certificate service at DMV began on March 1, 2014. In April, Governor McAuliffe officially announced the launch of the service and touted the initial success of the partnership at a news conference at the Chesterfield DMV Customer Service Center in Chesterfield County.

DMV saw a surge in birth certificate transactions in August as parents sought the documents in order to enroll their children in schools.

“We share the Governor’s excitement at this milestone and what it means for our customers,”said DMV Commissioner Richard D. Holcomb. “Customers at our front counters have been pleasantly surprised that DMV offers this birth certificate service. The response has been tremendous, and the numbers speak for themselves.”

“We are also pleased that the VDH/DMV collaboration has enhanced easy access to these important documents frequently needed by Virginians,” said State Health Commissioner Dr. Marissa Levine. “Our partners at DMV understand and share our commitment to the security and accessibility of Virginia vital records, and we look forward to continuing that shared commitment.”

As of September 13, 2014, DMV has served 48,696 customers requesting birth certificates and issued 52,648 certificates. 

The process for obtaining vital records through DMV is the same as doing so directly through the Division of Vital Records. Customers complete an application, submit the required documentation, and pay a fee to the agency. The fee for a birth certificate at DMV is $14. 

The DMV/VDH partnership was authorized by legislation (SB 1039, Newman) passed by the General Assembly in 2013. In addition to birth certificates, the legislation provides that DMV will begin issuing copies of death, marriage and divorce records. DMV and VDH expect to be ready to begin this phase in summer 2015. All original records will continue to be stored securely at the Vital Records office.

Governor McAuliffe Statement on Upcoming Special Session

Governor Terry McAuliffe released the following statement today on this week’s special session of the General Assembly to consider proposals to expand access to health care for Virginians:

“As legislators prepare to come back to Richmond to consider proposals to expand access to health care for Virginians who need it, I hope they will join me in moving past the partisan division that has characterized this debate so far. To that end, Delegate Tom Rust has introduced a conservative compromise proposal that will get Virginians the care that they are already paying for, without exposing our Commonwealth to undue fiscal risk. I hope the General Assembly will pass the Rust bill this week so that I can sign it right away.

“This special session is an opportunity to continue to prove to Virginians that Republicans and Democrats can work together on common sense solutions to make their lives better. I am ready to negotiate and sign any proposal that brings our taxpayer dollars home to expand access to care, and I invite my friends in both parties to join me at the table.

“Virginia families, businesses and hospitals will be watching the actions that we take here this week. We owe it to them to bring our tax dollars home to expand health care access, create jobs and bring savings to our budget. We cannot afford to fall short of that goal.”

Governor McAuliffe Announces 75 New Jobs in the City of Richmond (Ignore the hundreds lost please)

McAuliffe speaking at Frying Pan Park in Hernd...
(Photo credit: Wikipedia)
~Leading Online Grocer Relay Foods to Invest $710,000, Increase Sales of Virginia-Sourced Agricultural Products by $3 Million Over Next Three Years~
RICHMOND – Governor Terry McAuliffe announced today that Relay Foods ( will expand its Richmond fulfillment center to accommodate increased local demand for its products and to support the company’s entry into new markets, including those beyond Virginia.  The company, a leading online grocery store and farmers market, will invest more than $710,000, create 75 new jobs in the City, and increase its Mid-Atlantic sales of Virginia-sourced meats, produce, dairy products, and value-added foods by $3 million over the next three years.  The Commonwealth of Virginia is partnering with the City of Richmond and Relay Foods on this project through the Governor’s Agriculture and Forestry Industries Development Fund (AFID). 
Speaking at the company’s warehouse facility in Richmond about today’s announcement,Governor McAuliffe said, “I am thrilled to announce the second expansion of Relay Foods, a company founded by entrepreneurs with unique and exciting business models.  Relay Foods’ announcement today not only creates quality new job opportunities for residents of Richmond, it strengthens the ties this innovative company has to the Commonwealth.  With this announcement we continue to realize the benefits of fully integrating agriculture and forestry, the state’s largest industries into our strategic economic development platform, helping to build a new Virginia economy.”
Relay Foods seamlessly integrates more than 200 local farmers and artisan, organic, and conventional producers to deliver high quality, local and gourmet foods and groceries directly to customers.  The company offers a unique and powerful resource for small food producers in Virginia trying to access the market by providing ready access to consumers in the Washington, D.C., Richmond and Charlottesville metro areas.  This second expansion will allow the company to further meet the growing demands of its consumers.  In June, the Governor awarded a $50,000 AFID grant to the City of Charlottesville to assist Relay Foods in the expansion of its corporate headquarters and fulfillment center in Charlottesville.
"Relay Foods is not only increasing access to healthful foods, but also strengthening the Virginia agricultural economy,” said First Lady Dorothy McAuliffe.  “I truly believe that innovative companies like these are what it will take to bridge the nutritional divide in Virginia."
“I am pleased to see the continued success of the AFID program working with rural and urban localities, such as Richmond, and businesses such as Relay Foods, a company that is so focused on promoting Virginia’s fresh, locally-sourced agricultural products, to create jobs at its fulfillment center and new revenue streams for our growers,” said Todd Haymore, Virginia Secretary of Agriculture and Forestry. “This project will allow Relay Foods to enjoy an even wider reach to markets where the exposure of Virginia-grown products will increase and Virginia’s agricultural producers will continue to benefit from new sales opportunities.”
The company, in partnership with Virginia and Richmond, will invest in updates to its primary warehouse, as well as a new warehouse it plans to build in 2016.   The Richmond fulfillment center is the main location for the aggregation, storage, packaging and distribution of all local Virginia meat, cheese and dairy products.   These improvements will strengthen the company’s competitive position in the fast-growing online grocery market.
“I am extremely pleased that Relay Foods has chosen to not only remain in Richmond, but expand their company's operations here,” said Dwight C. Jones, Mayor of Richmond.  “Not only does Relay Foods provide fresh, locally-sourced foods to our residents, it is creating full-time, full-benefit jobs, increasing our tax base, and is proving, by its future plans of action to stay and grow in our city, that Richmond is an excellent choice for a company that relies on a central location and a strong transportation network.”
The Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (VDACS) worked with the Virginia Economic Development Partnership (VEDP) and the City of Richmond to secure this expansion for Virginia.   Governor McAuliffe approved a $50,000 grant from the AFID Fund to assist the City of Richmond with the project.  Relay Foods is also committing to purchase at least $406,000 worth of meats, produce, dairy products and other foods from Virginia producers over the next three years.  Through the Virginia Jobs Investment Program, Relay Foods will receive additional funding and services to support its training and retraining activities.
"One key to Relay Foods' success across Virginia has been establishing a network of talented, dedicated local producers in every market we serve," said Arnie Katz, co-founder and President of Relay Foods.  "We look forward to investing this AFID grant in our ongoing efforts to build innovative approaches that connect local Richmond growers and food artisans with enthusiastic customers."
“With agriculture being Virginia’s largest industry, we need to do all we can to facilitate more growth opportunities in this increasingly important economic sector and that’s what we’re doing today, said Senator John Watkins, R-Midlothian.  “Relay Foods is a great example of the type of company my General Assembly colleagues and I envisioned supporting when we approved the creation of the Agriculture and Forestry Industries Development Fund.  Providing economic development opportunities for the City of Richmond and the Commonwealth through their innovative business model and their agricultural producer supply chain is a testament to the success of this tool.”
Delegate Jennifer McClellan, D-Richmond, added, “Today’s announcement with Relay Foods is an exciting win for the City of Richmond and the Commonwealth.  In addition to the positive economic impacts this project will bring, this company is a shining example that the entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well and can thrive in our region.  It’s also good to see agriculture, which is traditionally viewed as a rural industry, making such a positive impact in a urban setting.”
According to a 2013 economic impact study conducted by the Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service at the University of Virginia, agriculture and forestry are two of Virginia’s largest industries with a combined economic impact of $70 billion annually.  Agriculture generates more than $52 billion per annum, while forestry induces over $17 billion.  The industries also provide more than 400,000 jobs in the Commonwealth.  More information about the Weldon Cooper Center’s study can be found at
About the Agriculture and Forestry Industries Development Fund
The AFID Fund was created during the 2012 session of the General Assembly and is being embraced by the McAuliffe Administration as an important tool in growing the Commonwealth’s agriculture and forestry sector and helping to make Virginia the leading exporter of agricultural and forest products on the East Coast.  More information about the AFID grant, which has the flexibility to assist projects large and small throughout Virginia, can be found at

Virginia Leaders Announce Comprehensive Budget Deal

English: Former DNC Chair Terry McAuliffe spea...
 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Bipartisan Agreement Targets $2.4 Billion Budget Shortfall While Protecting K-12 in FY’15

Richmond, Virginia
 – Today, Governor Terry McAuliffe, Speaker Bill Howell, House Appropriations Committee Chairman Chris Jones, Senate Finance Co-Chairman Chuck Colgan and leaders from the General Assembly money committees announced they had reached a bipartisan agreement on how to tackle Virginia’s budget shortfall. The agreement will close $346 million this fiscal year and will address the $536 million gap for Fiscal Year (FY) 16.
“Virginia stands at an economic crossroads and the decisions we make today will affect the Commonwealth for years to come,” said Governor Terry McAuliffe. “I am pleased we were able to come together in a bipartisan way and make the tough decisions that will help ensure Virginia remains fiscally strong and provide much-needed certainty to the bond rating agencies on Wall Street. While the budget shortfall is forcing us to tighten our belts, I am proud that we were able to protect many of our core democratic priorities, including health care and K-12 funding for this fiscal year. The plan also prioritizes higher education by reducing the average budget reduction for public colleges and universities from an expected 5 percent to 3.3 percent for FY15. As we move forward, it is my hope that we can find other constructive ways to work together to build a new Virginia economy.” 
Speaker Bill Howell (R-Stafford)
“Addressing Virginia’s budget shortfall sooner rather than later is the fiscally responsible thing to do. By acting now, we can create certainty for Virginia’s economy, give state agencies and local governments flexibility, and most importantly send a strong signal to the bond rating agencies that Virginia is serious about protecting its AAA -bond rating. We have once again proven just how big a difference 90 miles can make. While Washington continues to kick the can down the road, Virginia is demonstrating that elected leaders can work together, make tough decisions, and find ways for government to live within its means.”
House Appropriations Chairman Chris Jones (R-Suffolk)
“As House Appropriations Committee Chairman, I have a fiduciary obligation to the people of the Commonwealth. I take pride in our responsible stewardship of taxpayer dollars, especially during tough economic times. The actions taken today, and the bipartisan manner in which we have taken them, speak clearly to Virginia’s reputation as one of the nation’s best-managed states.”
Senate Finance Co-Chairman Chuck Colgan (D-Prince William)
"This bipartisan agreement is a good first step toward dealing with our budget shortfall and working together on Governor McAuliffe's vision for a new Virginia economy. The Governor and both parties in the General Assembly came to the table to broker a responsible bipartisan compromise that will balance the budget and put core priorities like education and health care first."
The agreement will close the budget gap by:
  • Appropriating transfers from the Revenue Stabilization Fund, estimated at $470 million in FY15 and $235 million in FY16;

  • Establishing reduction adjustment targets for state agencies, higher education and local governments to address the shortfall, including:

    • State agencies are slated for $92.4 million in FY15 and $100 million in FY16
    • Higher education is set at $45 million per year during the biennium
    • Aid to localities is included at $30 million a year for the biennium
  • Setting the stage for $272 million in other actions in FY16 to be achieved through measures that the Governor will address when he introduces his budget amendments in December.

  • Allowing flexibility in capturing savings from available unexpected balances so that important priority items, especially in the areas of health care and economic development, are kept in place.

President Pro tempore, Senate Finance Co-Chairman, Senator Walter Stosch (R-Henrico)
“A major responsibility of the legislature and Governor is to protect and improve on the financial integrity of the Commonwealth.  I am pleased we were able to work as a team to bring our collective and creative solutions together to respond to the further expected revenue shortfall.  Virginia’s financial standing with Wall Street and with our citizens will benefit from our proposed action to responsibly address this matter now.”
Senate Majority Leader Thomas K. Norment Jr, (R-James City)
“Virginia is once again serving as a model on how government should address fiscal challenges.  Today’s announcement is the result of collaboration and cooperation between the Executive and Legislature, the House and the Senate, and Democrats and Republicans.  The hard work of Chairmen Jones and Stosch, Governor McAuliffe, and Secretary Brown has resulted in the Commonwealth quickly taking the steps necessary to preserve its hard-won reputation as America’s best fiscally managed state.”
Senate Democratic Leader Senator Dick Saslaw (D–Fairfax)
"Virginians elect us to work together to solve problems, and this agreement is proof that we can still honor that responsibility. Cutting the budget is never easy, but Governor McAuliffe's leadership has resulted in a balanced process that prioritizes core services like education and health care."
Senate Republican Caucus Chairman Ryan T. McDougle (R-Hanover)
“When legislators act to approve this measure on Thursday, they will be voting for the sound fiscal management of the Commonwealth.  When this challenge was identified over the course of the summer, Virginia acted urgently to ensure its budget would remain balanced, its taxpayers protected, and its AAA-bond rating preserved.  That’s precisely what the people who have entrusted us to represent them expect of their leaders.”
House Majority Leader Kirk Cox (R-Colonial Heights)
“Today’s agreement proves once again that it is not impossible for elected leaders to work together in order to address fiscal challenges, despite Washington’s best attempts to prove otherwise. This agreement is about protecting the financial integrity of Virginia and preserving Virginia’s reputation for sound fiscal management. This agreement cuts spending, but protects core functions of government like K-12 education and provides local governments with the flexibility they need to address this shortfall. Most importantly, we are not raising taxes or fees. We are setting priorities and making tough decisions just like Virginia families and businesses have to do.” ​
House Democratic Leader David Toscano (D- Charlottesville)
"Governor McAuliffe promised to bring Republicans and Democrats together to build a new Virginia economy, and that begins with balancing our budget responsibly. We cannot grow an economy without investing in public education, health care and other core services, and this budget deal protects those priorities first. I applaud the Governor and the General Assembly leadership for coming together and getting this important agreement done."
Barry Duval, President & CEO Virginia Chamber of Commerce
"A bipartisan approach to balancing the budget is in the long term best interest of the Commonwealth.  I commend the Governor and members of the General Assembly for protecting Virginia's reputation as the best managed state."
Brett A. Vassey, President and CEO, Virginia Manufacturers Association:
"VMA is encouraged that Governor McAuliffe and General Assembly leaders have been able to work together to balance priorities and the budget."
Chris Saxman, Executive Director, Virginia Foundation for Research and Economic Education (FREE)
"Thank you to Governor McAuliffe, Speaker Howell, Chairmen Jones, Colgan and Stosch for working together to balance Virginia's biennial budget. This bipartisan effort sends a strong signal to the business community and the citizens of the Commonwealth that maintaining our strong fiscal position is essential to economic development and growth."

(It just reeks of socialism to the hilt.  All the socialist buzz words are used throughout.)

Sunday, September 14, 2014

Gloucester, Virginia School Activities Funds Accounting Nightmares

Greetings Doctor Clemons and School Board Members,

About a year ago rumors began to circulate about the possible misuse or theft of Gloucester County Public Schools’ (GCPS) athletic event entrance fees.  After hearing the rumors persist for a few months I and other Gloucester citizens began to take a look at how Activities Funds are handled.

On April 29, 2014 concerns pertaining to GCPS Activities Funds were presented to the School Board via email.  During the May 13, 2014 School Board meeting it was announced that a presentation and review of activities and athletics, audits, etc. would be scheduled for the July or August meeting of the School Board. The presentation actually occurred at the September 9, 2014 School Board meeting.

From the presentation it looks like some positive steps are being made to enhance accountability of Activities Funds.  However, the biggest deficiency seems to be those responsible for oversight (The School Board)being disengaged.  Based on the questions various board members asked, it is clearly evident they have not gone to the schools and witnessed first hand how Activities Funds are handled.  Another issue that should be explored is the School System’s reason for having its audit combined with the County’s.  Ms. Wright stated it was because of inconsistencies in reports that were received from the previous Auditors the school system procured independently.  What were the inconsistencies?  Were the other Auditors seeing shortcomings not normally pointed out by the currently used Auditor who has also been the sole Auditor for the County for several years?

(Excerpt from Audit Report)
Basis of Accounting
We draw attention to Note 1 of the financial statements, which describes the basis of accounting.This financial statement is prepared on the cash basis of accounting, which is a basis of accounting other than accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America. Our opinion is not modified with respect to that matter.
Accounting for over $1.4million annually using accounting procedures not generally accepted in theUnited States of America does not seem very responsible.  Are there “best practices” accounting procedures that could be implemented?
(Excerpt from Audit Report)
In accordance with Government Auditing Standards, we have also issued our report dated August 15, 2014 , on our consideration of County of Gloucester , Virginia School Activity Funds’ internal control over financial reporting and on our tests of its compliance with certain provisions of laws, regulations, contracts, and grant agreements and other matters. The purpose of that report is to describe the scope of our testing of internal control over financial reporting and compliance and the results of that testing, and not to provide an opinion on internal control over financial reporting or on compliance. That report is an integral part of an audit performed in accordance with Government Auditing Standards in considering County of Gloucester , Virginia School Activity Funds’ internal control over financial reporting and compliance.
In this excerpt the Auditor speaks to the scope of testing.  What is the test ratio used to determine how much of what is looked at during the audit?  The Auditor makes it clear that the audit is not a comprehensive analysis of internal control over financial reporting or on compliance. Who does a comprehensive analysis and how often?  Maybe a committee made up of students, teachers, School Board members,  bookkeepers and parents should be created to provide monthly oversight.

(Excerpt from Audit Report)
Internal Control over Financial Reporting
In planning and performing our audit of the financial statement, we considered County of Gloucester, Virginia School Activity Funds’ internal control over financial reporting (internal control) to determine the audit procedures that are appropriate in the circumstances for the purpose of expressing our opinion on the financial statement, but not for the purpose of expressing an opinion on the effectiveness of County of Gloucester, Virginia School Activity Funds’ internal control. Accordingly, we do not express an opinion on the effectiveness of County of GloucesterVirginia School Activity Funds’ internal control.
In this excerpt the Auditor makes it clear that the audit does not measure how effective or ineffective internal accountability procedures are.  If the annual audit does not measure compliance or effectiveness of internal accountability then who or what does? A monthly review committee could also provide oversight in this area.
(Excerpt from Audit Report)
Our consideration of internal control was for the limited purpose described in the first paragraph of this section and was not designed to identify all deficiencies in internal control that might be material weaknesses or, significant deficiencies.Given these limitations, during our audit we did not identify any deficiencies in internal control that we consider to be material weaknesses. However, material weaknesses may exist that have not been identified.
In the excerpt the Auditor makes it clear that the Audit is not in depth enough to identify all instances of theft or misuse and acknowledges that theft or misuse may exist.  Amounts of money in question in the Audit Report should not be considered when deciding whether or not accountability procedures are being followed.  Only procedures followed in comparison to policy, the number of noted shortcomings in comparison to the sample ratio, shortcomings from previous years and any mitigating circumstances surrounding the shortcomings should be considered when determining if a further look is necessary.  An overall compliance determination cannot be made using only the Annual Audit Report. For all the Auditor or anyone else knows, there could be discrepancies involving tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars because oversight by the School Board is nonexistent.  Again, a monthly review committee could effectively provide that oversight.
(Excerpt from Audit Report)
Significant Accounting Policy:
The accounts and records of the school activity funds are maintained on a cash basis reflecting only cash received and disbursed. Therefore, receivables and payables, inventories, accrued income and expenses, equipment, and depreciation, which are material in amount are not reflected, and these statements do not present the overall financial position or results of operations. Minor additions and replacements of furniture and equipment intended to be paid for out of normally recurring income are included in costs and expenses in lieu of depreciation on the statements of cash receipts, disbursements, and balances.
In this excerpt the Auditor is stating that the School System’s Activities Funds Financial Statement is incomplete. It lacks quantified material values which are necessary to properly account for equipment, supplies, etc.  Are there policies and methods in place to account for the Activities Fund’s material inventory?
(Excerpt from Audit Report)
All Schools
Due to the nature of school activity funds, there is an inherent risk of misappropriation of assets associated with the lack of segregation of duties over the accounts, records, and financial reporting. Although this risk exists, the costs of segregating these duties would likely outweigh the benefits. We recommend those charged with governance and management implement review procedures and other monitoring activities to mitigate the risks associated with the lack of segregation of duties.
The above statement has been included in at least the last five years audit reports.  The following was provided in the presentation and is not included in the actual Audit Report contained in the online Agenda Packet.
(Excerpt from Presentation Slide)
School activity funds across the Commonwealth of Virginia have an inherent risk associated with the lack of segregation of duties over their accounts, records and financial reporting. An inherent risk is in the environment due [to] the lack of an accounting department in a school. By default, the fiscal responsibilities are typically handled by the school bookkeeper and reviewed by the individual school principals and certain school board staff and members. This review and oversight by management and those charged with governance mitigates the risk associated with this lack of segregation of duties. This inherent risk is present in every school activity fund across the Commonwealth of Virginia . This statement does not “suggest that there has been a continuing history of non-existent procedures and monitoring activities” It serves to report to management and those charged with governance about the importance of their involvement in the fiscal matters of the school activity funds to provide oversight and review activities. Ann Wall, Robinson, Farmer, Cox Associates
None of the audits performed by the Auditor within the last five years contained a scope directing or requiring an analysis to identify reoccurring or continuing shortcomings, trends, etc.  Each and every report for the last five years contains the following pointed statement:

(Excerpt from Audit Report)
We recommend those charged with governance and management implement review procedures and other monitoring activities to mitigate the risks associated with the lack of segregation of duties.
The above statement explicitly recommends the” implementation” of review procedures and monitoring activities. The Auditors have continually used the word “implement”, not other words like improve, enhance or continue.  Of course such a statement in a single report does not suggest a continuing history, but five years worth of reports containing the same statement certainly does exemplify that appearance.

Thank you for responding to the concerns previously presented.  In closing I would like to recommend the following link to Fairfax County’s policy pertaining to activities funds.  FairfaxRichmond and numerous other localities have comprehensive policies that could be used as models in developing policies here in Gloucester County.

Kenny Hogge, Sr.
Gloucester Point