As winter storms go, the short snow shower that fell on Floyd County and other parts of Southwestern Virginia wasn’t much. Large, wet flakes for a while and then it was gone. Near-freezing temperatures meant ice on some bridges and slick conditions for a while but we’ve seen worse. By Friday, the thermometer will climb
Second in a series featuring the full, unedited, comments of speakers at the public hearing on a proposed new county ordinance banning development of structures that tower 40 feet or more above a ridge line in Floyd County. Another installment will be posted later today.