Prince William

Citizens for Balanced Growth

Category: Previous Supervisors and Selected Candidates (page 2 of 2)

“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

“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 seeks more land use authority from state; concerned about impact of traffic congestion on business

by Dan Roem and Tara Slate Donaldson,  The Gainesville Times

25 August 2006, p. 16

“…According to [the Democratic nominee for Chairman of the Prince William Board of County Supervisors Sharon] Pandak, her experience in dealing with land use dilemmas is part of what qualifies her to lead the Board of County Supervisors. …

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Pandak wants to “change the dynamics of the state and federal government” to solve county traffic problems

by Rose Murphy, Bull Run Observer

25 August 2006, p. 13

… “[Democrat Sharon] Pandak, 53, worked for 25 years in Prince William County government, including 15 years as county attorney. …

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Supervisor Stirrup on balanced growth, town hall meetings, county “taxpayers’ bill of rights”

by Gretchen L.H. O’Brien, Bull Run Observer

11 August 2006, p. 7

“He likes that he can make a difference in people’s lives by helping them resolve problems. …

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Supervisor Barg says new “Potomac Communities” development along I-95 will “revitalize” community

Prince William County Government’s “Infocus” newsletter

Summer 2006, Vol 5, Issue 2, p. 8

“Potomac Communities is the revitalization of the Route 1 corridor and its surrounding neighborhoods. …

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