Tag: Zoning

Gainesville Okra’s to Close in Mid-December

Gainesville Okra’s to Close in Mid-December

| November 27, 2017 | 0 Comments | Bristow Biz

The owner of Gainesville Okra’s has announced that the restaurant will be closing, Dec. 18, due to a cease and desist order from Prince William County.

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Neighbors Voice Concerns over Effingham Winery, Farm Winery Laws

Neighbors Voice Concerns over Effingham Winery, Farm Winery Laws

| March 10, 2016 | 0 Comments | Bristow Biz

While many are excited about the announcement of the Effingham Winery to be located on a historic property in Nokesville, a group of neighbors are concerned that the winery is location practically within their HOA community, Alexander Lakes.

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PWC Plans to Rewrite Zoning Ordinance for Data Centers

PWC Plans to Rewrite Zoning Ordinance for Data Centers

| August 7, 2015 | 0 Comments | News

The Prince William Board of County Supervisors unanimously passed a resolution that should set the stage for creating a land use policy to govern where data centers can and cannot be built within the county.

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Developer’s Proffers Add Fields, Fix Road Curve in Gainesville

Developer’s Proffers Add Fields, Fix Road Curve in Gainesville

| April 17, 2014 | 0 Comments | News

Excited by the promise of new fields, trails and the correction of a deadly road curve in Gainesville, neighbors rally behind new development.

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Nokesville K-8 Boundary Planning Committee Presents One Proposal to School Board

Nokesville K-8 Boundary Planning Committee Presents One Proposal to School Board

| January 13, 2014 | 0 Comments | Education

Dr. Matthew Cartlidge presented one Nokesville K-8 School boundary plan, Plan 1.2, to the Prince William County School Board on Jan. 8. It reassigns Nokesville Elementary students and neighborhoods from Bennett Elementary School.

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Rural Crescent Residents Disagree on Zoning Regulations

Rural Crescent Residents Disagree on Zoning Regulations

| August 3, 2013 | 0 Comments | News

Landowners were divided on whether to open the Rural Crescent to development, but were in agreement on one issue: they did not trust the Prince William County government to act in their best interests.

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