Prince William

Citizens for Balanced Growth

Category: Conflicts of interest

Secrets of Devlin Road That Developers Will Never Tell You

[7 Mar 2020 updated version of mass e-mail by Prince William Citizens for Balanced Growth, based on updated information from Prince William County government]

Fellow Prince William County citizens: 

In a recent email, we noted that on 10 March 2020 the Board of County Supervisors (BOCS) will vote on the over-500-house Devlin Road residential development proposal. …

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10 Mar Devlin Vote Tests Inclusivity of New Dem-Majority BOCS; 24 Feb Devlin Rd Town Hall

[Mass e-mail by Prince William Citizens for Balanced Growth]

Fellow citizens:

Devlin Road Returns — Prince William County residential developers are trying yet again to revive an already-thrice-failed effort to put hundreds of new houses (over 500 this time) on a portion of Devlin Rd. …

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Mr. Bildmore & 1000s of New Houses; Civic Groups/Civic Virtue; Disingenuous Partisanship

[Mass e-mail by Prince William Citizens for Balanced Growth]

Several days ago, Prince William Citizens for Balanced Growth (PWCBG) received an e-mail from a prominent and vocal Rural Crescent (RC) landowner. …

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How BOCS Land Use Decisions Affect You: Before and Beyond 5 Nov Elections

[Mass e-mail by Prince William Citizens for Balanced Growth]

We come to Prince William County’s land use wars reluctantly.  In many ways, this is not our battle. …

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Overall, Jan 2011-Jun 2014 Candland raises $160,788, including $45,644 (28%) from developers.

Virginia Public Access Project (VPAP), Virginia’s authoritative source on the role of money in state politics

Candland for Supervisor Total Campaign Contributions and Expenses, Jan 2011-Jun 2014

Candland for Supervisor Campaign Contributions Jan 2011-Jun 2014 by Industry Sector

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Supervisor Candland’s Overall MINOR Conflicts of Interest 2011-14

 

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

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“Supervisors Accept Campaign Donations from Stone Haven’s Developer, Realty Co.”

Candland received $2,500 from RK Realty, realtor for Stone Haven, in 2011; but is voting "no" on Stone Haven, per interview with Bristow Beat and phone conversation with PWCBG on 9 Sep 2014. Read More

Jan 2012-Dec 2013 Candland raises $34,856, including $13,475 (39%) from developers

Virginia Public Access Project (VPAP), Virginia’s authoritative source on the role of money in state politics

Candland for Supervisor Total Campaign Contributions and Expenses 2012-2013

Candland for Supervisor Campaign Contributions 2012-2013 by Industry Sector

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