Supervisors holding budget public hearing April 9; extend Guzi’s contract for another year

County Administrator Kathleen Guzi will oversee Botetourt County’s next budget—  however it turns out— for.

Residents tell supervisors don’t cut services

BOTETOURT – If the Board of Supervisors did not know that citizens love their schools,.

Botetourt residents asked to weigh in on possibly closing a school, eliminating athletics, cuts to Sheriff’s Dept., libraries, recreation at March 27 meeting

The Botetourt County School Board is considering what they consider some catastrophic cuts, while the.

Botetourt budget committee unanimous in recommending 2% raise

Supervisor Larry Ceola agreed he would support a 2 percent pay raise for Botetourt County.

Supervisors, School Board joint meeting focuses on more money challenges

Botetourt’s two governing bodies got an early primer on a budget year that’s still 10.

Most departments get cut in Botetourt budget

BOTETOURT – There’s one item in the Board of Supervisors’ list of spending recommendations for.

Botetourt supervisors will consider ‘lean’ budget at April 14 hearing

BOTETOURT – Lean. That’s the word County Administrator Jerry Burgess used to describe the 2010-11.

Botetourt audit paints a picture of growth since 2000

It’s a report like no other, an annual snapshot of Botetourt County. The Comprehensive Annual.

Schools give up $334,000 to shore up the county’s General Fund balance

BOTETOURT – The Botetourt County School Board agreed to give up $334,000 that’s part of.

No jokes about what the schools are facing

Botetourt County, Virginia School Superintendent Dr. Tony Brads asked for a joke at the end.