Tag: Jeanine Lawson

Prince William BOCS Approves Devlin Community to Lawson’s Dismay

Prince William BOCS Approves Devlin Community to Lawson’s Dismay

| March 11, 2020 | 0 Comments | News

The majority of the Board of County Supervisors approved the Devlin Road development in the Bristow area, Mar. 11, over the objection of Brentsville Supervisor Jeanine Lawson.

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Brentsville Supervisor Still Critical of Devlin Road Residential Community

Brentsville Supervisor Still Critical of Devlin Road Residential Community

| February 26, 2020 | 0 Comments | News

“I have a huge problem with this project. It is very dense,” Supervisor Jeanine Lawson said. “I struggle with that.”

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Prince William Board Withdraws Gun Control Resolution

Prince William Board Withdraws Gun Control Resolution

| January 15, 2020 | 0 Comments | News

The controversial resolution recommended the Virginia General Assembly approve some forms of gun control and gun safety legislation.

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Prince William Supervisors Postpone Vote on Gun Safety Resolution

Prince William Supervisors Postpone Vote on Gun Safety Resolution

| January 8, 2020 | 0 Comments | News

Before the next vote, the supervisors will further investigate the issue, talk with more constituents and may amend the resolution.

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Prince William’s New Chairwoman Delivers 2020 State of County Remarks

Prince William’s New Chairwoman Delivers 2020 State of County Remarks

| January 7, 2020 | 0 Comments | News

“Over the past 20 years, we have experienced dramatic growth. Our population increased from 280,000 people in the year 2000 to more than 468,000 people today….”

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Prince William Supervisors Advance Comp Plan Option to Develop Rural Crescent Property

Prince William Supervisors Advance Comp Plan Option to Develop Rural Crescent Property

| December 6, 2019 | 0 Comments | News

“Mid-County Parks & Estate” would be a single-family development located in the Coles District. The vision for the community is similar to the one proposed by the Rural Preservation Study.

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