Fauquier County has for years been attracting new residents who are looking for a balance of modern conveniences and country life. These days, there are a lot of reasons for them to feel good about the move.
Board of supervisors Chairman Richard Gerhardt said in his recent state of the county address that real estate growth, low unemployment and development projects made it a very good year for the county.
Gerhardt also said in the county remained one of the state’s top producers in dairy, crops and livestock. It’s not surprising, since Virginia farms and farmers are some of the country’s best.
For a list of all the county’s successes, click here to read more from Fauquier.com.