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Category: Conflicts of interest (page 2 of 4)

Supervisor Principi’s Overall MINOR Conflicts of Interest 2008-14

 

No apparent financial, land use, other conflicts of interest revealed by Principi personal financial disclosure forms:   2012  |  2013  |  2014    |    County link to all supervisor financial disclosure forms

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Mike May, Occoquan Supervisor (Republican) No apparent conflicts of interest

 

County link to all supervisor financial disclosure forms    |    No apparent financial, land use, other conflicts of interest revealed by May personal financial disclosure forms: 2012  | 2013  |  2014MayEconInterest

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Supervisor Candland’s Overall MINOR Conflicts of Interest 2011-14

 

No apparent financial, land use, other conflicts of interest revealed by Candland personal financial disclosure forms: 2012 | 2013Candland | 2014 | County link to all supervisor financial disclosure forms

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Supervisor Caddigan’s Overall MINOR-TO-MODEST Conflicts of Interest 2008-14

No apparent financial, land use, other conflicts of interest revealed by Caddigan personal financial disclosure forms: 2012-Caddigan | 2013 | 2014 | County link to all supervisor financial disclosure forms

Note: Insignificant political contributions received 2012-13.

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“Supervisors Accept Campaign Donations from Stone Haven’s Developer, Realty Co.”

Candland received $2,500 from RK Realty, realtor for Stone Haven, in 2011; but is voting "no" on Stone Haven, per interview with Bristow Beat and phone conversation with PWCBG on 9 Sep 2014. Read More

Jan 2012-Dec 2013 Principi raises $15,403, including $6,100 (40%) from developers

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Principi for Supervisor Total Campaign Contributions and Expenses 2012-2013

Principi for Supervisor Campaign Contributions 2012-2013 by Industry Sector

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Jan 2012-Dec 2013 Candland raises $34,856, including $13,475 (39%) from developers

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Candland for Supervisor Total Campaign Contributions and Expenses 2012-2013

Candland for Supervisor Campaign Contributions 2012-2013 by Industry Sector

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Jan 2012-Dec 2013 Stewart raises $480,288, including $250,811 (52%) from developers

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Stewart for Chairman/Lt Governor Total Campaign Contributions and Expenses 2012-2013

Stewart for Chairman/Lt Governor Campaign Contributions 2012-2013 by Industry Sector…

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E-mail exchanges between PWCBG co-founders and PWC BOCS Chairman Corey Stewart

Board of County Supervisors Chairman Stewart challenged by PWCBG on his post-Brentswood (2006) "180-degree reversal of position" in which he now ignores the "harmful effects of high-density, tax revenue-negative housing on school overcrowding, traffic congestion, local taxes, the environment" and supports harmful housing developments like Stone Haven, Brentswood's successor project. Stewart replies to PWCBG, fails to specifically defend Stone Haven; numerous "falsities" in his response, conflicts of interest noted. Connection seen between Stewart's "apparent loss of interest in balanced, managed residential growth and the fact that" he's set his "sights on higher political office" and now needs "a lot of housing developer money to run for statewide office." Read More

VRE board rejects independent audit request, recommends new CEO

Under Wally Covington chairmanship, representing Prince William County (PWC) Board of County Supervisors (BOCS), Virginia Railway Express (VRE) under investigation by FBI for alleged bribery/kickback activities. Also, outside audit reportedly uncovers suspected fraud, but Covington and other PWC BOCS member on VRE board, Maureen Caddigan, lead way in defeating call for independent investigation. Read More
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