Prince William

Citizens for Balanced Growth

Tag: Board Votes on Balanced Growth Issues

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 BOCS Approves Proffer Increases

Summary: Board of County Supervisors unanimously approves update to county's requested proffers from developers: single-family homes $44,930, townhomes $39,837, "multifamily"/apartments $26,778. Read More

“Proposed Increase in County Proffer Fees Is Defeated 5-3”

Board votes 5-3 against proffer reform that would require residential developers to bear full cost to county of residential development; Supervisor Nohe explains "no" vote in terms of new Virginia General Assembly rules on impact fees; Supervisor Caddigan "in favor of proffer increases," but "the timing was wrong" Read More

“Supervisors Spar Over Televised Meetings – Decision Stumbles On Source of Funding”

Supervisors vote 4-3 against Chairman Stewart's $9,000 proposal to televise Planning Commission meetings Read More

“Supervisors unanimously support freeze on rezonings in 2007”

by Timothy Dwyer, The Washington Post

6 December 2006, page B1

“Prince William County supervisors, in an effort to spur Gov.…

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“Brentsville, Woodbridge Developments to Proceed”

Supervisors vote 5-3 to keep Brentswood plan alive; activists debate county's Comprehensive Plan, which requires preservation of Rural Crescent through sparse development, no sewer lines Read More

“As Elections Near, Actions on Growth Scrutinized”

Supervisors vote 4-3 against 1,245-home Greater South Market development in Rural Crescent amid election-year political pressure Read More