The James River Water Authority (JRWA) secured approximately $9 million in bond proceeds from the Virginia Pooled Financing Program to provide for the long-term raw water needs of Fluvanna and Louisa Counties. JRWA plans to use these funds to construct a water intake structure on the James River, a pump station, a pipeline from the intake facility to a point close to Route 6 (near Columbia) and a "T" connection that will ultimately send water to both localities. JRWA would operate as a wholesale raw water provider and owner of the related infrastructure improvements.
VRA is pleased to announce the financing of a new solid waste disposal cell through a joint financing between Stafford County and the City of Fredericksburg. This funding is through VRA's Virginia Pooled Financing Program, Series 2015D bond issuance.
VRA knows how important it is for its customers to be good stewards of the limited funds they receive from their users and constituents and the Frederick-Winchester Service Authority (Service Authority) is no exception.
In the world of public finance, successfully completing even a single financing within a six to nine month period can often be a challenging and complex task that requires a significant investment of staff time for a locality.
The Virginia Tourism Corporation (VTC) works to serve the interests of Virginia's economy through several initiatives, including supporting and expanding the Commonwealth's tourism efforts. These efforts are vitally important to the state's overall economic success.
The Buchanan County Public Service Authority (BCPSA) owns and operates a huge water distribution system in far southwest Virginia.
Congratulations to VRA Board Vice-Chair Rhu Harris on Being Named a Richmond Times-Dispatch Person of the Year!
December 23, 2020
December 23, 2020