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. Additional sidewalk construction is planned for Benita Fitzgerald Drive and construction on the final segment of sidewalks from John D. Jenkins Ashdale Avenue to Gideon Drive is scheduled to start next Spring and should be completed by the fall of 2007. Every effort will be made to improve this schedule.
“Construction of improvements from our 2002 bond referendum for the intersections at Minnieville Road and the Prince William Parkway and Old Bridge and the Prince William Parkway should be completed by the end of this year. In addition, Benita Fitzgerald Drive between Dale Boulevard and Cardinal Drive should be completed and open to the public by the end of September 2006.
“Each magisterial district is allocated five intersections each fiscal year for street light funding. I have approved street lights from the FY2006 allocation for the intersections of Redwing Drive and Swallow Court; Redwing Drive and Blue Jay Court; Forge Drive and Fullerton Drive; a multiple intersection project along Cherrydale Road, and 14763 Dodson Drive. Street lights from the FY2007 allocation will be installed at Lindendale Road and Langstone Drive; Linfield Drive/Lombard Lane and Lindendale Road; Lynhurst Drive and Lindendale Road; Lynbrook Court cul-de-sac, and Delano Drive and Dodson Drive.
“I want to remind Neabsco residents that my County e-newsletter, the Neabsco District Informer is available by subscription. This is a monthly publication intended to keep district residents informed of current events that impact our community. We now have 455 subscribers to our newsletter. If you wish to receive the newsletter in the future and have not yet subscribed to it, simply go to the Prince William County eNotifications system home page at www.pwcgov.org/eservices/enotifications and subscribe. On the enotifications home page, click on ‘Click here to subscribe today’ and you will be connected to a subscription template. Once you complete your personal subscriber information, click on ‘Neabsco District Newsletter’ and then click ‘Submit.’ Anyone who has an e-mail account can use this system. However, you must have Adobe Reader software installed on your computer to view the e-newsletter. A free copy of Adobe Reader can be downloaded from www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/ readstep2.html”