Morning Coffee Report 3-30-19

WEATHER FORECAST:

Saturday wake up to 55 degrees at 6 a.m. and cloudy skies. There is no rain predicted for Saturday.

The temperature will rise to 61 by 10 a.m. and reach 68 by noon. The high of 75 is expected to be reached at 4 p.m.

Only a slight breeze between 7 to 10 mph is expected tomorrow. Intermittent clouds will make great weather for prepping the flower beds for spring planting.

In the evening temperatures will reach 72 by 6 p.m. and drop slightly to 64 by midnight.

Sunday expect 59 degrees at 6 a.m. and scattered showers throughout the day.

Public Service Announcements and other news:

Don’t forget to file county tax forms before the April 1 deadline!

Easter Egg Hunt at Richmond County Public Library/RCC, April 13, 2019

Planning Commission to Hold Series of Neighborhood Meetings – Save these dates!

At this week’s regularly scheduled Planning Commission Meeting, the PC will finalize the agenda for a series of meetings to be held with Colonial Beach Citizens. As part of the rewrite for the Comprehensive Plan, meetings will be held with neighborhood residents to collect input regarding future priorities. While everyone may attend any of the meetings, each meeting will have a specific neighborhood focus.

Click the link above for the exact dates of each meeting.

Fort A.P. Hill News:

Residents near #fortaphill may experience increased #noise as result of low flying C-17 and C-130 aircraft training, 25 through 31, March, 2019, 7a.m. until 11:30 p.m. Low cloud cover may cause higher noise and vibrations. For concerns, call the Public Affairs Office at (804) 633-8120 during regular business hours. #AirForce #USArmy

U.S. Air Force C-17s train on Fort A.P. Hill.

Town Decals are now on sale at Town Hall: Colonial Beach Town Decals, Benefits and Purchasing Requirements

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COMMUTER TRAFFIC

EXPECT DAYTIME DELAYS ON ROUTE 218

FOR SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS

Motorists can expect one-way, alternating traffic on Rt. 218 in Stafford and King George counties as crews install centerline rumble strips on April 1-12.

Route 218 (Caledon Road/White Oak Road) in Stafford and King George counties will be reduced to a single lane at midday over the next two weeks to allow crews to install a centerline rumble strip as a safety improvement.

Route 218 will be reduced to a single lane between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. on Monday, April 1 through Friday, April 5, and again on Monday, April 8 through Friday, April 12.

Motorists can expect brief delays and one-way, alternating traffic between Route 1158 (Baron Park Road) in Stafford and the entrance to Caledon State Park in King George. A flagging crew will direct motorists through the work zone, which will be mobile and change locations each day as crews make progress.

When driven over, rumble strips create noise and vibration to alert drivers that they have strayed from their lane, and need to correct their course. The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) is installing centerline rumble strips on primary roads as funding allows to reduce the risk of head-on and roadway departure crashes.

VDOT HOT SPOTS March 31 to April 6

VDOT HOT SPOTS March 24 -30

NEWS:

(New) #kickcancersa$$! Update On Olga Treatment Week 3

Despite Citizen Complaints Town Council Passes Pier Lease Agreement

Operation ‘Spring Cleaning’ Nets Thirteen

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