The Campbell County Board of Supervisors has authorized the start of the bidding process for repairs to the Rustburg Rescue Building. The squad has had minimal maintenance work since being built in the 1980s. Upgrades to the facility include repairs to the roof, along with several interior projects as well as corrective grading to prevent future water damage. The supervisors authorized up to $75,000 for the project. According to the News & Advance, the county is providing the money because the building is used to house the county’s career EMS more than it is used by the volunteer rescue squad, which owns the building.