Foxfield: Supervisors Out to Get Us

Benjamin Dick, the president of the Foxfield Racing Association, wrote a letter to county supervisor Charlotte Humphris, accusing the board of supervisors of plotting to end the Foxfield races. Earlier in the month, Humphris called Foxfield “a disaster.” One supervisor suggested that Foxfield should curtail the sales of alcohol, to which the race director replied, cryptically, “Foxfield does not want to have anything to do with the selling of alcohol.” They don’t sell alcohol there? The story is in today’s Progress.

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