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Community Perspectives: Reflections on Vietnam in 1968

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Community Perspective: Has Jim Crow Returned to Harrisonburg?

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Community Perspective: The Butler and His Wife: John Warner and Elizabeth Taylor in Harrisonburg, Virginia

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Statewide environmental news roundup – May 2021 (Part II)

A Virginia energy policy expert describes whether and how the state can reach carbon-free electricity by 2035, while pointing out that Dominion and ApCo ratepayers face so-called renewable energy choices that don’t actually provide them such energy. The State Corporation Commission recently approved renewable energy plans put forward by the two large utilities to implement requirements of the 2020 Virginia Clean Economy Act (VCEA).

Community Perspective: FUEGO’s Response to The Citizen’s Article on SROs

A contributed perspectives piece by Boris Ozuna, Jonathan McRay, Eric Olson-Getty, Paloma Saucedo, and Teresa Hinkley, members of the FUEGO Coalition The Citizen recently published an article about Harrisonburg’s school resource officer program. As the title states, school resource officers (and police and prisons at large) are under scrutiny right now, so the article seeks to …

Statewide environmental news roundup – May 2021

Pipeline controversies continue. What should happen after cancellation of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) to property seized under eminent domain and through agreements with landowners? The same question pertains to land seized for the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP). Two Roanoke landowners sued for just compensation and received a jury award for considerably more than the MVP owners wanted to give.

Community Perspective: The Cicadas are Coming!

A contributed perspectives piece by Tom Arthur According to CBS News and other sources, “trillions of cicadas are about to emerge after 17 years underground,” in Harrisonburg as well as everywhere else.  The insects have two pairs of wings, prominent eyes, (usually three of them), and can be up to 2 inches in size. Cicadas …

Statewide environmental news roundup – April 2021

Dominion Energy submitted its petition to the State Corporation Commission (SCC) in support of the statutorily required “triennial review”—an audit of its earnings and expenses. What is a triennial review? Here’s an explanation. The company wants higher guaranteed profits. Despite excess earnings of $26 Million above its four-year target, the company does not want to provide customer rebates. An advocacy group objects, and a broader fight about utility regulation looms.

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