The Campbell County Administrator on Tuesday informed the Board of Supervisors that if the General Assembly doesn’t pass a budget by the end of June, the county will begin planning for a shutdown. The county can operate for another 30 days, and a non-essential shutdown would begin Aug. 1 if a state budget still is not passed. The News & Advance reports, the board approved sending a letter to the General Assembly requesting they pass the budget– In other business, Supervisors have tentatively approved the Capital Improvement Plan; but have not guaranteed funding. That will be determined during the budget process and approved when the budget is adopted in June.