Guardrails used on Virginia highways pass federal tests, but are they safe?

Questioned guardrail endings used on Virginia highways and across the nation have passed a series of Federal Highway Administration crash tests, the agency announced Friday.

The FHWA said it's not done with all its analysis, but the results are good news for manufacturer Trinity Highway Products. It may mean Virginia won't need to remove these guardrail heads from all around the state, at an unknown cost. Read more...

April Membership Meeting, Special Guest Brian Moran

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Morrissey, in midst of six-month jail term, wins special election to Virginia House

Joseph D. Morrissey was reelected Tuesday to the House of Delegates, opening another chapt...

Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) Requirements for Developer Installed Sanitary Sewer


By requiring that sanitary sewer lateral CCTV inspection is performed during specif...


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