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Citizens group announces effort to recall Gainesville Supervisor Pete Candland

According to Elena Schlossberg, executive director of the Coalition to Protect Prince William County, the lawsuit would be based on the assertion that Candland has violated the direction of Amy Ashworth, Commonwealth Attorney: “That Candland should neither discuss nor vote on anything related to the PW Digital Gateway or the Data Center Opportunity Zone Overlay District.”

Public meeting on proposed school at Chinn Park rescheduled to Jan. 7

The second Community Input session on the proposed PW Parkway Elementary School at Chinn Park has been re-scheduled to Jan. 7, 2016, from 7 to 9 p.m. at Gar-Field High School.

PWC extends deadline for filing Comprehensive Plan Amendments to Jan. 8

People and businesses wishing to file Comprehensive Plan Amendment applications with Prince William County government have until Jan. 8, 2016.

Supv. Candland urges residents to speak at SCC hearings on power line proposal

Supervisor Candland strongly encourage residents to attend at least one of the five State Corporation Commission hearings in Haymarket Feb. 24 and March 14 and in Richmond May 10 to provide comments on Dominion Power's proposed project.

Harris Teeter to invest $95 million in first Virginia distribution operation

Harris Teeter grocery products will likely travel a shorter distance and get to Prince William County area supermarkets sooner with the opening of a new distribution center in Caroline County, south of Fredericksburg. Harris Teeter plans to invest $95 million to establish a 1.5 million-square-foot food distribution operation, with the first phase at least 650,000 square feet or about 15 acres.

Supervisor Lawson urges community participation for Dec. 8 hearing on Stone Haven development

Brentsville District Supervisor Jeanine Lawson encourages Prince William County residents to participate before Dec. 8 in the public comment process for the proposed Stone Haven development in Brentsville District. Below her comments, Lawson lists differences between the former Stone Haven proposal and the current proposal.

Prince William County Supervisors cancel Dec. 8 vote on Stone Haven development

The developer of the Stone Haven property has publicly posted a letter stating it is officially withdrawing its application, according to Brentsville Supervisor Jeanine Lawson. That means there will be NO vote tomorrow night and no vote in the future on this Stone Haven project, Lawson said. The supervisor had encouraged the community to be involved in the land development issue.

Second public meeting Dec. 15 on proposed elementary school on Chinn Park land in Woodbridge

A second public meeting on a proposed PW Parkway Elementary School at Chinn Park will be held on Tuesday Dec. 15, from 7-9 p.m. at Gar-Field High School, 14000 Smoketown Road, Woodbridge, VA 22192

Prince William County Planning Commission agenda for Nov. 4, 2015

Prince William County Planning Commission will hold a work session beginning at 6 p.m. at 1 County Complex Court, Woodbridge, VA 22192, in the Potomac Conference Room of the McCoart Building to discuss Economic Development Plan Update - Cultural Resources, followed by the regular meeting in the Board of County Supervisors meeting room. The regular meeting has a full agenda of eight public hearings–including a zoning text amendment, special use permits, proffer change and a rezoning. Work session and regular meeting are open to the public.

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