HISTORICAL TRIANGLE – Find out about important news and brief notes in and around the Historical Triangle.
LeadingAge Virginia, an association of non-profit aging service providers in Virginia, recently announced that Gregory Storer would become the association’s next board of directors President on July 1. Storer is the current Vice Chairman of the Board and is also President and Chief Executive Officer of Williamsburg Landing community life project. Storer joined LeadingAge Virginia’s board of directors in 2018 and served as co-chair of its middle market firm from 2019 to 2020; the firm produced the association’s Middle Market Playbook, which serves as a model for serving middle-income seniors. LeadingAge Virginia serves residents and clients across the continuum of elder care, including living plan/continuing care communities, senior housing, assisted living facilities, nursing homes, nursing homes, adult day care and home and community services. For more information, visit leadagevirginia.org.
The York County Treasurer’s Office reminds residents that all taxes are due June 25. Payments will be accepted until Monday, June 27 and taken into account on time. As of Tuesday, June 28, a late penalty of 2% will be incurred. For property tax, the 2% penalty has been extended until September 30, deferring the increase to 10% until after that date.
The two James City County DMV Select offices located at the Treasurer’s Office (101-B Mounts Bay Road) and the Satellite Services Office (3127 Forge Road) will open at 10 a.m. on June 22. The delayed opening is necessary so that staff can perform a semi-annual audit of all inventory. The Treasurer’s Office and Satellite Services Office are unaffected and will open to the public at 8 a.m. to process all county transactions. For more information, visit jamescitycountyva.gov/384/Treasurer or call 757-253-6705
Neighborhoods invited to join the police for a national evening
Neighborhoods in James City County are invited to join forces with police and thousands of communities nationwide on August 2 for the annual National Night. National Night Out raises awareness of crime and drug prevention; generates support for local crime fighting efforts; strengthens neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships; and sends a message to criminals that neighborhoods are organized and fighting back. During the evening, residents across the county are encouraged to lock their doors, turn on porch lights, and spend the evening outdoors with neighbors and police. Many neighborhoods host block parties, barbecues, and tours of the county police and McGruff the Crime Dog. To arrange for county officers to attend a community event, contact Senior Police Officer Shenee Graham at 757-603-6025 or email [email protected] or Senior Police Officer Brandon Frantz at 757-603-6023 or email brandon [email protected] by July 8. For more information on National Night Out, visit the National Association of Town Watch at natw.org.
ASPIRE Young Professionals Networking Luncheon at Yaca
ASPIRE Young Professionals Host a Networking Luncheon at Le Yaca French Restaurant Tuesday, June 28 at noon. Young professionals ages 21-39 are invited to join lunch for good food and good conversation. Tickets are $15, which covers the cost of lunch and tip. There are only 16 places available for the event and participants must register in advance.
JCC Housing Office to Host 2022 Rental Show
The James City County Housing Office will host a 2022 Rental Fair on June 27 from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the JCC Recreation Center at 5301 Longhill Road. The event is aimed at landlords and tenants and will provide information on resources and services available to meet housing needs, including rent, utilities, employment, education and support. legal.
The Fair will include information on:
- Fair Housing
- Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on tenants
- Rental laws for landlords and tenants
- Connecting tenants to housing resources
Pre-registration is encouraged, but not required. For more information, call JCC Housing at 757-259-5340.