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PWC supervisors to hear residents May 21 on bond project proposals worth $600 million

Prince William Board of County Supervisors will host a public town hall meeting on Tuesday, May 21, from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Hylton Performing Arts Center to inform the public of the potential projects and receive public input on whether to hold bond referenda this fall.

To develop lists of proposed projects for the referenda, the county’s Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism and the Department of Transportation conducted needs assessments and studies.

The recommended park projects are designed to improve and address community recreation needs.

Most specifically, the projects will address the lack of indoor athletic space, including indoor track and field, court sports such as basketball and volleyball, wrestling, and indoor turf space for field sports. The parks projects also include passive and active use parkland, existing field improvements, and a number of trails, open space and general park improvements.

The recommended transportation projects will address major areas of congestion throughout the county and provide 50 new lane miles of roads along with 22 miles of bicycle and pedestrian facilities.

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