Greene Supervisors to learn about school speed zones

The five member Board of Supervisors in Greene County meets at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday for a closed session and 6:30 p.m. in open session. The meeting can be reviewed remotely. (meeting agenda)

Virginia law allows localities to install cameras in school zones that can capture the license plate numbers of those who exceed the speed limits. Supervisors will get a presentation from the company Altumint on their software. 

A slide from the presentation on speed cameras in school zones (view the presentation)

A speed study in April uncovered 205 violations a day in the Ruckersville Elementary School zone, 166 violations a day in the Nathaniel Greene Elementary School zone, and 58 at William Monroe High School.

In action items, Supervisors will adopt the FY2024 budget of $108,661,561. They’ll also direct the Planning Commission to prioritize the various goals in the recently adopted Comprehensive Plan.  

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