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Chairman Stewart’s Overall SEVERE 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
EV Hunter Trust
Edith Hunter Rameika,
(land owner)  (705)  750-2611
RK Realty / BruniPeters
(realtor) (703) 656-6162
Brookfield Homes
(likely builder; though others could be substituted
with similar results)
(703) 270-1400
Total Developer
$ received
Stewart (at-large)
Covington (Bristow area)
Nohe (Coles)
Jenkins (Neabsco)
TOTALS $5,000

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

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VDOT Regional Road Projects Indirectly Affecting County

Northern Virginia “Megaprojects”

  1. The Interstate 95/395 HOT/HOV/Bus Lanes Public-Private Transportation Act (PPTA) project
  2. The I-95 fourth lane widening project
  3. The Capital Beltway/I-495 HOT/HOV/Bus Lanes PPTA project
  4. Base Realignment and Closure projects

Dulles Metrorail Project

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Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) Road Projects Directly Affecting County

Projects Under Construction:

In Design:

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County Road Projects

Prince William County Department of Transportation road projects Read More

Current Pending Planning Cases

Prince William Government overview map of currently pending planning cases: Overview map

Prince WIlliam Government interactive map of pending planning cases: Interactive map

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Official county information on “Stone Haven”

 Official county information on “Stone Haven” residential development which reprises unpopular 2006 Brentswood project.

County Planning Staff report on Stone Haven presented at Prince William County Planning Commission hearing on Stone Haven 3 September 2014

Official information on Stone Haven from Prince William County Government website

County’s pending comprehensive plan amendments (CPAs), including “Stone Haven,” “Wheeler Estate Property,” “Bell Property”

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Stone Haven Proposal Withdrawn

VICTORY — After public outcry, Stone Haven proposal withdrawn 7 Dec 2015 by developer. If Stone Haven, which is being closely watched by developers, had passed, the dominoes would’ve begun to fall, with at least 5,000 new houses in Linton Hall area: 406+ Blackburn (already approved 17 Nov in “closed” hearing); Stone Haven (1,000 now then ~600 more later); PW Station (~2,000); Pioneer Assemblage/Strathmore (465); and other parcels such as former Supervisor Covington’s 100 or so acres (likely 4 houses per acre or 400 more.) So ultimately ~5,000 more houses, 10,000 more cars, 15,000 more people, and about 2,500 more school children (3 people avg per household, estimating about 0.5 to be school-age.) All this added to the most overcrowded schools in the state and arguably the most overcrowded roads.…

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“Teachers can make $15,000 more just by moving to the district next door”

In 10 major DC-area public school districts, teacher pay varies widely. Prince William County, Manassas, Manassas Park the lowest, paying up to $20K less than close-in counties. Read More

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

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“Prince William considers Nokesville Mosque”

All Dulles Area Muslim Society (ADAMS) makes presentation to Nokesville Civic Association on proposed 500-seat mosque across Vint Hill from Cedar Point Elementary School. County has denied permission to exit onto Vint Hill Road so the mosque would front to 2125 Schafer Lane; resulting traffic "primary issue for most residents." Read More
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