VEA Honors Thirty-Three Members of the Virginia House of Delegates for Support of Public Schools
If this pertains to your particular area, pleas come out! Some great information will be shared!
Delegate Tyler celebrated the grand re-opening of the Brunswick DMV Select office at the Brunswick County Conference Center. (Front row, left to right: Brunswick County Supervisor Frederick Harrison, Sr., Brunswick County Supervisor Bernard Jones, Sr., Delegate Roslyn Tyler, Brunswick County Administrator Dr. Charlette Woolridge, DMV Commissioner Richard Holcomb, Brunswick County Supervisor Chair Barbara Harris, Brunswick County Supervisor Vice-Chair John Zubrod, DMV Assistant Commissioner for Customer Service Jason Brown)
Posted in this article is info for forums taking place in the 75th district. If you have had questions to direct towards legal aid, this is the perfect time to attend your local forum and get any assistance you may be seeking.
The General Assembly Session adjourned sine die on Feb. 25, following the approval of a $107 billion biennial budget. The budget includes pay raises for local and state employees, teachers, state troopers, sheriff departments, additional education funding, funds for career development program for constitutional officers and investment in mental health.
The VEA initiated bill, HB2332, carried and championed by Delegate Roslyn Tyler passed the Senate today 40-0, and was engrossed and sent to the Governor's desk to sign! The bill passed the House 100-0 earlier in session. In case you think this was a no-brainer bill, the VEA has tried many sessions, and in many ways, to get this type of bill through the General Assembly, and we have not been successful.
New 100MW solar facility to be built in Southampton County