Roof of Fluvanna Home Collapses After Severe Weather - NBC29 WVIR Charlottesville, VA News, Sport...

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The severe weather may be the reason a Fluvanna County family is out of their home Tuesday night.
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Liberalace

Barboursville, VA

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#33
Sep 19, 2012
 
are you kidding wrote:
Kinda funny. I'd bet a million bucks that all the same people complaining about things being built cheaply have been complaining about the high school being built too lavishly.
You just can't make some people happy. LMAO!!!
Well, if they are as correct about the homes as they are about the high school, then the homes certainly were built cheaply. I'd bet a billion bucks that the same people denying today's homes are often built cheaply are the same ones who say school districts do not routinely overspend the taxpayers' money.(There is a difference between lavish and functionally strong.)

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thinking free

Charlottesville, VA

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#34
Sep 19, 2012
 
The plywood should never have been able to separate from the trusses ergo cheap. If the wind were strong enough to take the roof of the roof should of come off as a structure unto it self, that means as a whole. But thats not what happened. Again, the roofers did a poor job.
Fluvanna Resident

Mechanicsville, VA

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#35
Sep 20, 2012
 
Fluco Resident wrote:
<quoted text> Fox Hollow Ridge which is in the Fox Hollow Subdivision of Lake Monticello. If you take 53 going toward Palmyra it's approximately 1 mile past the Food Lion shopping center. My thoughts and prayers are with the family. Thankful noone was hurt. And it had to have been a microburst or a tornado. Amazing to see the damage.
Fox Hollow is its own subdivision and not part of Lake Monticello at all.
Overtaxed Taxpayer

Bassett, VA

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#36
Sep 20, 2012
 
Maybe if they hadn't had to fire half the building inspectors to pay for the latest round of teacher pay raises, this family would still have a home.

So would dozens of retirees who have been taxed our of their homes to pay for neverending school pay increases.
The wolf

Charlottesville, VA

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Sep 21, 2012
 
Overtaxed Taxpayer wrote:
Maybe if they hadn't had to fire half the building inspectors to pay for the latest round of teacher pay raises, this family would still have a home.
So would dozens of retirees who have been taxed our of their homes to pay for neverending school pay increases.
Who did they fire? last I heard Andy and Darius were still employed.They are the only two that I ever dealt with.

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