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Occoquan District Supervisor to host “Elections Q&A” Town Hall, Sept. 30

With questions swirling around the 2020 Elections, Occoquan District Supervisor Kenny Boddye is hosting an Elections Q&A Virtual Town Hall on Wednesday, Sept. 30, 6:30 to 8 p.m.

Virtual public hearing Sept.14 on Va. SOLs for computer technology

Virginia Board of Education will hold a virtual public hearing on Monday, Sept. 14, 2020 at 6 p.m. to solicit comments on the proposed 2020 Computer Technology Standards of Learning.

Should Standards of Quality be changed? Va. Education Board wants written comments by Aug. 28

Standards of Quality outline the foundational instructional programs and support services all schools in Virginia must provide.

DMV to re-open Winchester and four other locations

49 DMV offices have reopened for specific services by appointment only.

Mystery seeds appear in mail; public asked to report receiving any unsolicited packages of seeds

Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (VDACS) says it has been notified that several Virginia residents have received unsolicited packages containing seeds that appear to have originated from China. The types of seeds in the packages are unknown at this time and may be invasive plant species. The packages were sent by mail and may have Chinese writing on them.

Some of the new motor vehicle laws that took effect July 1 in Virginia

Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles explain some of the new laws including the removal of certain provisions allowing a person’s driving privilege to be suspended or revoked.

Sens. Warner and Kaine push for Senate vote on DC statehood

U.S. Senators from Virginia Mark Warner and Tim Kaine released the following statement upon House passage of legislation to make D.C. the 51st state:

Alexandria and Fairfax DMV offices to open next Monday, June 22

The Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) reports that the agency is continuing to safely reopen customer service centers for specific services by appointment-only. Another four locations will reopen on June 22.

DOC aims to test all inmates for Covid-19

Virginia Department of Corrections says it is aggressively testing incarcerated offenders for COVID-19. While the nationwide struggle to adequately test for the coronavirus continues, the Virginia DOC has already tested more than one-third of the state’s approximately 29,000 offenders. Most offenders being tested have no symptoms; the DOC is conducting point prevalence testing to catch cases before there are any symptoms.

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