Below are a list of the Town's recent press releases
Glasgow’s Town Manager tendered his resignation Monday afternoon, August 17th, after helming Town Hall for nearly a year and a half.
Mr. Pollitt said he felt the right next opportunity came along and the time had come for him to move on. He will take the Town Manager opportunity in Tappahannock, Virginia. He will step away from the position officially on September 25th, giving Glasgow Town Council over 30 days to develop a plan to find a replacement.
After completing the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Initial Activities for its Business District Revitalization (BDR), the Town of Glasgow will have up to $35,000 available in grant funding from the Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) for the purpose of developing solutions for its business district. Please continue reading below for further information.
The mayor and council discussed how best to set priorities for the coming year and developed a preliminary list of priorities and a model of how insure timely completion for projects and cooperative resolution of issues.
The preliminary list included:
1. Updating the Charter to reflect current practices and revising ordinances for easier understanding and enforcement.
2. Establishing an Ad Hoc (temporary) Committee to begin the planning and exploration process for a new Town Hall.
3. Establishing a long-term financial sustainability plan for the water and sewer funds.
4. Expanding current parks and recreation facilities fostering community development.
Glasgow Town Council will hold a daylong retreat on Saturday, January 18, 2020, from 9am-5pm at the Emergency Communication Center in Buena Vista, Virginia.