Prince William

Citizens for Balanced Growth

Year: 2006 (page 1 of 4)

Letter to editor

Supervisor Covington explains reasons for sponsoring freeze Read More

“Developer Sues Over Rejection of Housing Proposal”

Big Developer Sues Loudoun County for Rejecting Plan To Build Up to 34,000 Housing Units Around Dulles Airport Read More

Letter to Editor

Freeze a "gimmick" that contradicts recent Covington statements, actions Read More

“Supervisors unanimously support freeze on rezonings in 2007”

by Timothy Dwyer, The Washington Post

6 December 2006, page B1

“Prince William County supervisors, in an effort to spur Gov.…

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“3 Counties Attempt To Put Brakes on Growth – Va., Md. Acts Aimed at Land-Use Limits”

Prince William, Loudoun, Montgomery Counties Move to Restrict Development as Traffic Congestion Becomes "Among the Country's Worst" Read More

2006 Bond Referendum Mailer to County Citizens

2006 Bond Referendum Mailer

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“Pr. William Lawyer Plays Catch-Up – Democrat Seeks To Lead Supervisors”

Emphasizes experience as county adviser in 1990s, while critics see her as "cozy with developers" and tied to 1990s legacy of "runaway development" that caused current "traffic and crowding problems" Read More

“Pr. William Growth Irks Candidate – Commute Sparked Chairman Campaign”

Leading developer tells colleagues he is "doing anything" to elect Pandak, defeat Stewart Read More

“Candidates Differ on Approach To Growth: Preserve’s Fate a Focus In Race for Board Chief”

Report of 27 September 2006 Stewart-Pandak Debate: Developers "worried" at prospect of Stewart victory; some controlled-growth advocates see Pandak as "developers' candidate," question her vagueness on development issues Read More

“I-66 and Sudley Manor Dr. Almost Ready To Open, Says Stirrup”

Supervisor Stirrup-Sponsored Town Hall Meeting Discusses Completion of I-66, Sudley Manor Road Work, Nov 2006 Bond Referenda on Roads, Libraries, Parks Read More
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