The state budget includes $25 million to pay off bonds on the now-closed Central Virginia Training Center in Amherst County. Here’s why that’s such a big deal (and why some neighbors worry).
The biggest is the money for the Central Virginia Training Center site in Amherst County, followed by life science labs in Roanoke.
Yes, according to a report from the Brookings Institution. Here’s the catch, what it means and why it matters.
Here are some things that could potentially change the economy in Southwest and Southside.
Money to pay off bonds for Central Virginia Training Center. Life sciences labs in Roanoke and New River valleys. Flood relief for Hurley. A new state park in Highland County. A museum in Danville. And more . . .