Prince William

Citizens for Balanced Growth

Category: Marty Nohe

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)
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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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Stopping the Many-Headed Monster of Out-of-Control Residential Development

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

As previously noted, working with many other civic groups and some Board of County Supervisors (BOCS) members, we’ve spent over 14 years, now almost 15 trying one-by-one to cut off the hydra heads of out-of-control residential development. …

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BEWARE: Preserving Rural Crescent, Limits on Residential Developers No Longer Supported by Both Parties in 5 Nov Elections

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

Fellow Prince William County Citizens:

In our nearly 15 years of involvement in county land use issues and almost 20 years living here, pursuing balanced growth land use policies and protecting Prince William County’s Rural Crescent have always been bipartisan issues, including protecting citizens against tax-negative residential development that chokes our roads, overcrowds our schools, raises our taxes, lowers property values, and damages our environment. …

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Overall, Jan 2003-Jun 2014 Nohe raises $265,324, including $109,984 (41%) from developers

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

Nohe for Supervisor Total Campaign Contributions and Expenses Jan 2003-Jun 2014

Nohe for Supervisor Campaign Contributions Jan 2003-Jun 2014 by Industry Sector

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Jan 2008-Dec 2011 Nohe for Prince William County Board of Supervisors campaign raises $119,357, including $64,650 (54%) from developers

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

Nohe for Supervisor Total Campaign Contributions and Expenses 2008-2011

Nohe for Supervisor Campaign Contributions 2008-2011 by Industry Sector

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Pugh in GOP primary for Coles supervisor

Bob Pugh, co-founder of Prince William Citizens for Balanced Growth and Republican who is challenging Supervisor Nohe in 23 August 2011 primary, says Nohe "has one of the worst records on balanced growth of anyone who has ever served on the Prince William Board of County Supervisors" and "has received over 75% of his campaign funding from contributors in Fairfax County so far in 2011." Pugh promises to "scrutinize all proposed developments carefully for their impacts on taxes, the economy and the community, oppose road projects that only open new areas to development, and vigorously support the Rural Crescent." Read More