The Fluvanna County Board of Supervisors decided to hold off on a vote after hours of input from taxpayers on plans to bring water to Zion Crossroads.
There are several plans on the table, all with the same motivation to spur economic development and create jobs. Two plans on Wednesday night's agenda included a pipeline to Louisa County from the James River and bringing water from an Aqua Virginia facility near Lake Monticello to Zion Crossroads.
Most of the people in attendance said the Aqua Virginia plan is a bad idea. In addition, the Fluvanna County attorney says portions of that plan are unconstitutional.
Supervisors will take up the plans again in October.
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