Author Archive: Stacy Shaw
The Prince William Board of County Supervisors set their advertised real estate tax rate at 1.122 per $100 of assessed value for Fiscal Year 2016 (FY16).
The supervisors realized that they would need to raise real estate taxes 3.8 percent in Fiscal Year 2016 (FY16) to include all the programs they consider necessary.
Due to the weather-related closing of Prince William County schools, the March 2 Brentsville District Town Hall meeting has been cancelled.
The Prince William Office of Elections has released its list of candidates who have filed to run for various local elections.
When Brentsville’s Supervisor denied a deferral of the public hearing, Brookfield Homes pulled their application for Birkwood at Braemar.
The PWCS website recently posted a list of strategic programs that could possibly be eliminated.
The Northern Virginia Transportation Authority awarded Prince William County a $1.5 million grant to study the feasibility of bringing the Virginia Railway Express (VRE) to Gainesville and Haymarket.
During the coldest days of the year, Prince William parents can expect their children’s schools will bend the rules, allowing students to wear coats or jackets during passing times, which take them outside of the main school building.
County staff briefs supervisors on the status of homeless individuals during this week’s weather emergency.