Summertime and the Livin’ is … Busy
By: Andrew McRoberts, Editor. This was posted Friday, August 3rd, 2012
Summer began by speaking to a number of local government officials and attorneys at training sessions of Plan Virginia (formerly CPEAV) and the Local Government Attorneys of Virginia (LGA), and participating in conferences of the Treasurer’s Association of Virginia and the Virginia Local Government Management Association.
It accelerated with a number of local government meetings, litigation matters and deadlines, including a mediation on annexation. This week, fellow Sands Anderson attorneys Steve Durbin, Sarah Warren Beverley and I are finishing the annual survey of Virginia local government law for the University of Richmond Law Review‘s annual survey edition.
I did take some time off, so summer was not all work and no play!
With all that said, I apologize to the readers of this blog that the posts on Virginia Local Law have been lacking this summer. But as August is here and Fall is around the corner, I expect that blog posts — like the cycle of life itself — will begin again.
In the meantime, take it easy.
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