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In the Jan. 21 edition, you quoted Virginia Cooperative Extension agent Webb Flowers as saying, "I don't believe there's a single board of supervisors in the state of Virginia that have rejected an application."
Flowers needs to be informed that Grayson County holds that distinction of rejecting an application.
In November 2003, the Grayson Board of Supervisors rejected the very first (and I believe the only) application it received.
It was for a forestal district of 250.96 acres involving two landowners. The reasons given were:
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