Prince William

Citizens for Balanced Growth

Category: John Jenkins

Board of County Supervisors Votes 20 Sep To Consider Beginning Development of Rural Crescent

“Board looks at new ways to preserve Rural Crescent” by Hillary Chester, Prince William Times,  30

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Nov 2015 Email To Citizens Re. Stone Haven: More Houses, Ever-Increasing Taxes, Ever-Worsening Services … Had Enough Yet?

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2004-2007 “Jenkins for Supervisor” campaign raises $132,500 total, including $46,000 (35%) from developers

Virginia Public Access Project (VPAP), Virginia’s authoritative source on the role of money in state politics

Jenkins for Supervisor Total Campaign Contributions and Expenses 2004-2007

Jenkins for Supervisor Campaign Contributions 2004-2007 by Industry Sector

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“Supervisors Reject Some Higher Building Fees”

Chairman Stewart, Supervisor May support higher fees (proffers) on residential developers for new infrastructure costs resulting from new residential development; Supervisors Covington, Jenkins strongly oppose increased proffers 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

Jenkins reports on Neabsco-area road-building, other improvements

Prince William County Government’s “Infocus” newsletter

Summer 2006, Vol 5, Issue 2, p. 7

“The Prince William County Public Works Department has begun construction of sidewalks along Cardinal Drive from Redwing Drive to Minnieville Road and should have the construction completed by June 2006.…

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2000-2003 “Jenkins for Supervisor” campaign raises $100,000 total, $25,000 (25%) from developers

Virginia Public Access Project (VPAP), Virginia’s authoritative source on the role of money in state politics

Jenkins for Supervisor Total Campaign Contributions and Expenses 2000-2003

Jenkins for Supervisor Campaign Contributions 2000-2003 by Industry Sector

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