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Nelson: Group Shows Where Pipeline Will Go Through As Part of Prayers Not Pipelines

Nelson: Group Shows Where Pipeline Will Go Through As Part of Prayers Not Pipelines

[ 1 ] October 25, 2015

Near Nellysford Nelson County, Virginia Despite a cool damp day, organizers with Prayers Not Pipelines took to Route 151 to show how the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline would affect the area. Part of the event was stringing a large banner with flags on 151 at Spruce Creek to vividly show where the pipeline would go. […]

Nelson : BRL Online Poll Ends With 277 People Posting Votes On 151 Speed Limit Issue

Nelson : BRL Online Poll Ends With 277 People Posting Votes On 151 Speed Limit Issue

[ 2 ] December 21, 2012

Rockfish Valley Nelson County, VA A few days ago we placed an unscientific poll up here at BRL to see what people generally though about a plan by some petitioners to reduce the speed limit to 45 MPH all along Route 151 through the Rockfish Valley from Route 250 south to Route 664. 664 is […]

Nelson: Petitioners Want Consistent 45 MPH Speed Limit - From Rockfish Gap Down 151 - 35 MPH In Nellysford

Nelson: Petitioners Want Consistent 45 MPH Speed Limit – From Rockfish Gap Down 151 – 35 MPH In Nellysford

[ 2 ] December 15, 2012

Rockfish Valley Nelson County, VA A move is underway by some people living along and near Route 151 in the Rockfish Valley of Nelson County to make a consistent 45 MPH speed limit all along the highway with it dropping to 35 MPH in Nellysford before jumping back to 45 MPH all the way down […]

Rockfish Valley Foundation Dedicates Natural History Center - Opens Saturday!

Rockfish Valley Foundation Dedicates Natural History Center – Opens Saturday!

[ 2 ] June 15, 2012

Nellysford / Spruce Creek Nelson County, VA Surrounded by family, friends, volunteers, and dignitaries, the Rockfish Valley Foundation officially dedicated the new Natural History Center Thursday evening just south of Nellysford. It’s located in what was originally the Wintergreen Country Store, but most recently remembered as Spruce Creek Gallery for over a decade. Open publication […]