Loudoun County, located in the heart of Virginia Horse Country, is widely known as a premier horse community. In the most recent comprehensive statewide horse inventory, it ranked first among Virginia localities in the number of horses. In another Virginia horse industry study, Loudoun County was found to host the largest number of horse shows and competitions in the state.
This report reviews the Virginia Center for Coal and Energy Research cost estimates for complying with proposed federal rules limiting greenhouse gas emissions from existing power plants. The VCCER report contains a number of serious errors and omissions, greatly limiting its usefulness in evaluating state policy options. Generally, the report greatly overstates the costs of complying with new federal rules on greenhouse gas emissions.
Habitat for Humanity of the Greater Charlottesville Region is a non-profit organization whose mission is to “create simple, decent, affordable housing in partnership with low income families and the communities of Greater Charlottesville.” Since the early 1990s Habitat has helped more than 140 local, low-income families build and purchase homes and has several new subdivision projects in the acquisition, planning and development stages. This
This study examines the economic impacts of a proposed Appalachian Agricultural Exposition Center to be located in northeastern Wythe County, Virginia. The facility is expected to host a variety of shows and events including equestrian activities, livestock events, sports competitions, and entertainment and consumer shows.