Planning Commission Commends and Recognizes Two of its Own

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Provided by Prince William County

The Prince William County Planning Commission recently recognized former Commission Chair Bill Milne and former Commissioner Patti McKay for their service to the County.

“I just want to express, on behalf of the County, but also the Planning Office, just the extreme gratitude for your kindness for your dedications and your friendship in this time that we had together,” said Prince William Deputy County Executive Rebecca Horner. “On behalf of the county, thank you for your service.” Milne served six years on the commission and McKay served seven years.

Milne and McKay each received a plaque and the gift of a compass. “We want you to be able to find your way back to us at some time in the future,” Horner said.

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Retired Prince William Planning Commissioners Bill Milne and Patti McKay with commendations plaques they recently received from the Prince William Planning Commission

The Planning Commission is a panel of eight County residents, one appointed by each member of the Prince William Board of County Supervisors. The Commission advises the board on development and land use issues.

The commission’s meetings are open to the public.


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