The Appomattox County Board of Supervisors on Wednesday heard budget requests from six departments and agencies. According to the News & Advance, presentations were made by the school division, the cooperative extension office, the commonwealth’s attorney’s office, Gladstone Volunteer Fire and Rescue Service, the landfill and Animal Welfare Action Group. The county has about $1 million less in revenue for this fiscal year– due to lower real estate values in the recent reassessment and a clerical error for the current fiscal year’s revenue. The board’s last work session will be held this evening and the supervisors are expected to finalize the proposed $37.1 million budget. A public hearing is scheduled on April 28.