Supervisor William Cain, left, looks on as County Administrator Brenda Parson looks at her notes during the recent Greensville County Board of Supervisors meeting.

The Greensville County Board of Supervisors withdrew from the Opioid Litigation during its regular meeting. The County is now a part of the Virginia Litigation system.

In other action by the supervisors, the Tobacco Commission Special Projects Grant Application was approved.

The grant is $861,631. The funds would assist with the completion of Otterdam Road, a sewer project and the engineering of a natural gas extension. The grant agency requires a 1 to 1 match. 

Funding for Otterdam Road Phase II was approved. The Virginia Department of Transportation requested an additional $306,614 in funding for a total of $449,841 as 1 to 1 matching funds to the tobacco commission special projects.

This money was needed for phase II of the project. 

The Greensville County Board of Supervisors did not have concerns with the Planning Commission’s review of Jarratt’s energy facility. 

The Planning Commission met to determine if Jarratt’s solar facility was in accord with the Greensville County Comprehensive Plan, and they determined it was.