Prince William

Citizens for Balanced Growth

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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Board of County Supervisors remove Bi-County Parkway from county comprehensive plan in 4-3 vote; former supporter Stewart absent; Principi claims ‘dirty politics’; Candland calls vote ‘big win’ for citizens

by Jill Palermo, InsideNOVA.com, 18 March 2016

Bi-County Parkway presser
[Pictured:  “Alan Johnson (left) and Philomena Hefter, both residents on Pageland Road in Gainesville, hold a banner that says ‘Say “No!”  to Tri-County Parkway’ during a 2013 protest.
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Planning Commission votes unanimously in support of removing Bi-County Parkway from county’s comprehensive plan

by Jill Palermo, InsideNOVA, 23 February 2016

“For the past 30 years, the controversial Bi-County Parkway has existed only as a line on local and regional transportation planning maps.

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ANOTHER VICTORY  —  The Bi-County Parkway (BCP), a north-south non-solution to western Prince William County’s east-west commuting nightmare, but a future boon to residential developers who wish to build throughout the Rural Crescent, has been removed from the county’s Comprehensive Plan.  Thanks to the PWC Planning Commission for its unanimous vote on 17 February 2016 to remove BCP from the Comp Plan.  Thanks to the PWC Board of County Supervisors’ Peter Candland, Jeanine Lawson, Maureen Caddigan, and Ruth Anderson for deciding the issue in a 4-3 vote on 15 March 2016.  And thanks to the many citizens and neighbors of the Rural Crescent who fought hard for a long time to stop BCP.    Happy Easter and Passover to all.

Summary of County’s 2014 Citizen Satisfaction Survey: “Prince William residents generally satisfied with county, but transportation scores drop

By Keith Walker, Bull Run Now.Com 16 Sep 2014

“The results of the 2014 Community Survey are in, and overall, the citizens of Prince William County are very satisfied with the performance of their County government.…

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2014 Citizen Survey

Summary of County’s 2014 Citizen Satisfaction Survey:   PW residents generally satisfied with county, but transportation scores drop
(by Keith Walker, Bull Run Now.Com 16 Sep 2014)

2014 Citizen Survey:  Final Report

2014 Citizen Survey Score Comparison (to 2012)

2014 Citizen Survey:  Presentation to Board of County Supervisors

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2012 Citizen Survey

2012 Citizen Survey:  Final Report

2012 Citizen Survey Score Comparison (to 2010)

2012 Citizen Survey:  Presentation to Board of County Supervisors

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Reports above on Supervisor Nohe’s efforts to re-examine, perhaps eliminate Rural Crescent

Land Use Votes: Rural Crescent

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Supervisor Nohe’s Overall STRONG Conflicts of Interest 2008-14


BOCS Supervisors

receiving developer $
from and supporting
Stone Haven (their districts)

Political donations to BOCS Supervisors voting on Stone Haven (what PWCBG’s found; see vpap.org)
EV Hunter Trust
Edith Hunter Rameika,
Berryville
(land owner) (705) 750-2611
RK Realty / BruniPeters
(realtor) (703) 656-6162
brunipeters1@aol.com
Brookfield Homes
(likely builder; though others could be
substituted with similar results)
(703) 270-1400,
info.calgary@brookfieldrp.com
Total Developer
$ received
Stewart (at-large)
  $21,500
$6,500
$759,841
Covington (Bristow area)
$1,500
$5,000
  $108,150
Nohe (Coles)
$2,500
  $2,500
$109,984
Jenkins (Neabsco)
$1,000
  $900
$105,181
TOTALS $5,000
$26,500
$9,900
$1,083,246 

No apparent financial, land use, other conflicts of interest revealed by Nohe personal financial disclosure forms:   20122013  |  2014    |    County link to all supervisor financial disclosure forms

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Supervisor Jenkins’ Overall MODERATE Financial, Land Use, Other Conflicts of Interest 2008-14

 

BOCS Supervisors
receiving developer $
from and supporting
Stone Haven (their districts)

Political donations to BOCS Supervisors voting on Stone Haven (what PWCBG’s found; see vpap.org)
EV Hunter Trust
Edith Hunter Rameika,
Berryville
(land owner) (705) 750-2611
RK Realty / BruniPeters
(realtor) (703) 656-6162
brunipeters1@aol.com
Brookfield Homes
(likely builder; though others could be
substituted with similar results)
(703) 270-1400,  info.calgary@brookfieldrp.com
Total Developer
$ received
Stewart (at-large)
  $21,500
$6,500
$759,841
Covington (Bristow area)
$1,500
$5,000
  $108,150
Nohe (Coles)
$2,500
  $2,500
$109,984
Jenkins (Neabsco)
$1,000
     $900
$105,181
TOTALS $5,000
$26,500
$9,900
$1,083,246

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

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