The

South Fork Rivanna Stewardship Task Force

has been meeting since August to study the future of the South Fork Rivanna Reservoir. The basic questions:  Is dredging necessary, and if so, for what purposes?  How does the community use the reservoir?  Over the past four months, they have heard from numerous experts on a variety of topics. In two meetings this December, they began hashing out the details of what will be included in their final report.  The Task Force, however, missed its goal of completing its work before the end of the year.  They will continue preparing those recommendations at a meeting in January.

What was to be the final meeting took place on December 18, 2008. After more than three hours, Supervisor Dennis Rooker suggested holding yet another meeting in January to finalize the recommendations.

“Everyone needs to understand what’s in the report and what it is we’re recommending and I really think we need some time to digest,” Rooker said.


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