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Project management system for custom builders to expand IT operation, add jobs near Charlottesville

CoConstruct, a web-based project management system for custom home builders and remodelers, plans to invest $485,000 to expand its IT operation in Albemarle County near Charlottesville, according to a news release from Governor Ralph Northam. The expansion will create 69 new jobs, whose needed skills were not specified. The state will help pay for employee training.

Governor Northam urges Virginians to buy flood insurance by May 1

Governor Ralph Northam is urging Virginians to purchase flood insurance or renew their policies on or before May 1, a month before the official start of hurricane season. Flooding is the most common natural disaster, and many people do not realize that standard homeowners and renters insurance policies do not cover damage from floods.

Planning Commission to consider rezoning at Liberia & PW Parkway May 2 for continuing care community

The Prince William County Planning Commission will hold its regular meeting on Wednesday, May 2 in the Board Chamber at the McCoart Building,1 County Complex Court, Woodbridge, VA 22192 at 7 p.m.

Charette March 10 for Innovation Park Sector Plan

If you want a say in the future of Prince William County's sector plan for Innovation Park, plan to attend the all-day "Town Hall/Charrette" with county staff on Saturday, March 10, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Patriot High School Cafeteria, 10504 Kettle Run Road, Nokesville, VA 20181. The event consists of exercises, that will use existing documents, maps and background information, to create a vision for the future of Innovation Park.

Planning Commission to weigh waivers, special use permit for “Marketplace” in Haymarket

Two back to back public hearings for proffer waivers and a special use permit for a large retail home improvement store at James Madison Marketplace in Gainesville District will be held March 7. The ±19.83-acre site is located on the north side of John Marshall Hwy (Route 55), approx.. 1,650 feet west of Route 15.

East End Mobile Home Park in Manassas sold for $1.4 million to Catholics for Housing

Catholics for Housing, a Northern Virginia nonprofit, reports that it completed the purchase of East End Mobile Home Park in Manassas today, Jan. 11.

Prince William County Planning Commission agenda for Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2018

Prince William County Planning Commission will meet on Wednesday, Jan. 17. 2018 in the board chambers at 1 County Complex Court, Prince William VA 22192.

Kline rezoning on “indefinite” hold, Board Chairman Corey Stewart says

The rezoning of the Kline Property is on "indefinite hold" and is currently not scheduled to come before the Board of County Supervisors, according to Corey Stewart, board chairman.

Catholics for Housing to purchase East End Mobile Home Park in Manassas

Manassas City Council voted unanimously Oct. 16 to enable Catholics for Housing (CFH), a Northern Virginia nonprofit group, to purchase the East End mobile-home park for $1.4 million as long as certain requirements are met, including resolving the significant water, sewer and management issues that have plagued residents for years, according to a news release from the Diocese of Arlington.

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