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Citizens for Balanced Growth

Category: Corey Stewart (page 2 of 3)

Stewart says he’s changing focus from out-of-control residential growth to immigration

Stewart in 2007 YouTube video says he's changing focus away from out-of-control residential development, which has "hurt the average person," to immigration policy instead. Read More

“No New Housing in County Without Payment of Impact Fees, Says Stewart”

Stewart supports impact fees, proffers that pay for government infrastructure burdens imposed on county taxpayers by residential development; residential developers cast proposal as anti-business, even though commercial development specifically exempted by 5 June BOCS vote Read More

“Proffer Increase Vote Set for Next Month”

Stewart notes "cooling off of the housing market is allowing us to catch up with roads and schools"; also says proffer "hike a win-win for residents because development will slow down" and the resulting decrease in supply in the glutted housing market "will mean that existing homes will be valued higher" Read More

“Stewart Seeks To Raise Residential Proffers”

Stewart supports Planning Commission recommendation to require higher proffers from residential developers 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

“Pandak, Stewart Battle at Forum”

Stewart stresses need to slow residential growth, improve transportation; seeks more proffers from developers; notes 30-40,000 homes already approved but not yet built; opposes development of Rural Crescent Read More

Stewart wants to balance residential, commercial growth, “limit high-intensity development”

by Rose Murphy, Bull Run Observer

25 August 2006, p. A13

“…[Republican Corey] Stewart says as Board [of County Supervisors] chairman he could set the board and county direction.…
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Stewart says two main election issues are transportation gridlock, rising tax burden

by Dan Roem and Tara Slate Donaldson, The  Gainesville Times

25 August 2006, p. A17

“…Growth issues … have been the focus of [Corey Stewart’s] tenure on the board [of supervisors].…

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Supervisor Stirrup praises Corey Stewart’s limited government principles, argues against county Republican Party moving “to the left”

by Dan Roem and Tara Slate Donaldson, The Gainesville Times

25 August 2006, pp. A1, A17

“County Republicans nominated Occoquan Supervisor Corey Stewart over certified public accountant John Gray at their convention Saturday to be the party’s candidate for chairman to the Board of County Supervisors.…

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