Prince William

Citizens for Balanced Growth

Category: Reporting (page 2 of 2)

“The Daily Grind: America’s Worst Small Towns for Commuters; Those in the country’s little spots don’t necessarily have easy trips to work”

Forbes magazine: Commuters along Linton Hall Rd. in VA have worst commute in the country Read More

“Commercial Developers Happier With County Permit Process”

by Cheryl K. Chumley, News and Messenger

15 Oct 2008, p. A2

“It’s like night and day, Prince William supervisor Martin Nohe, R-Coles, said Tueday, in reference to constituents’ feedback since the county implemented a program to speed the permitting process for commercial development.…

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“Once Again, the Winds of Change: New Supervisors May Revisit Growth Policy”

New Loudoun Board of Supervisors eyes "reasonable growth" focused on greater commercial development, less housing, lower-density "transition area", and preservation of western Loudoun as greenbelt Read More

“Stewart Touts Economic Prowess in ‘State of County’ Talk to Chamber”

Chamber of Commerce hears Stewart discuss keys to keeping county economy strong, including continuing to attract new businesses and strengthening transportation, education, public safety; tax rate to be set in April 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

“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

“Davis Acknowledges Gainesville Traffic Is Worst in the State”

Congressman Tom Davis (7 Sep 2006) Says "Gainesville Traffic Is Worst in the State" Read More
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