'Say No to Devlin Tech Park' thinks citizens should know their current and future supervisors' views on data center controversial land-use cases.
Stanley Martin Team, My neighbors in Bristow have related to me how they have been deluged with phone calls, text messages and flyers from Stanley Martin asking them to take a survey about the …
Supervisor Lawson justified this proposal by claiming it is “customary” to avoid hearing land use cases during a “Lame Duck” Board period. This is not true.
Disasters of the quantity and magnitude of those scarring the landscape in Prince William County could not possibly have happened by accident.
Less than 4% of the data center buildings zoned for the Gainesville area have been completed, making it impossible to assess the cumulative impacts on residents and the environment.
It is hard to imagine the amount of dangerous air pollution that would occur if, one day, all of Virginia was suddenly powered by diesel fuel. That could never happen, right? Wrong.
Prince William County guiding documents say residential areas are incompatible with light industrial zones, but nonetheless require only 100 feet buffers.
Every Prince William taxpayer will eventually pay for bad planning.
"Despite the obviously compromised nature of the September 14 Planning Commission Public Hearing, now we must pivot almost immediately to another public hearing on updates to the county’s comprehensive plan.
Pageland landowners spoke for hours at Planning Commission Public Hearings, forcing citizens to stay up all night in order to get their turn to speak.