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Occoquan District Town Hall

Provided by Supervisor Ruth Anderson’s Office Topics Include: Economic Development New Projected Businesses Public Safety School Safety with Special Guests, Central Police Station, Animal Shelter Human Services New Intake System Governance Prince William County Budget in Progress Environment New Parks Initiatives, Occoquan Greenway Trail Schools Capital Improvement Program Transportation Updates on: I-95, Old Bridge Road, and the Horner Road Commuter …

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Occoquan District Town Hall

Provided by Supervisor Ruth Anderson’s Office Topics Include: Economic Development New Projected Businesses Public Safety School Safety with Special Guests, Central Police Station, Animal Shelter Human Services New Intake System Governance Prince William County Budget in Progress Environment New Parks Initiatives, Occoquan Greenway Trail Schools Capital Improvement Program Transportation Updates on: I-95, Old Bridge Road, and the Horner Road Commuter …

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Occoquan District Town Hall

Provided by Supervisor Ruth Anderson’s Office Topics Include: Economic Development New Projected Businesses Public Safety School Safety with Special Guests, Central Police Station, Animal Shelter Human Services New Intake System Governance Prince William County Budget in Progress Environment New Parks Initiatives, Occoquan Greenway Trail Schools Capital Improvement Program Transportation Updates on: I-95, Old Bridge Road, and the Horner Road Commuter …

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Community Celebrates Opening of County’s Newest Fire Station

Provided by Prince William County Prince William County’s newest fire station sets the standard for fire and rescue stations in the county, according to Board of County Supervisors Chairman Corey Stewart, who spoke during a ribbon cutting ceremony for the 17,960-square-foot station at 5026 Davis Ford Road. “This station is a symbol of the great work and the dedication of …

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School Board Selects Lillie Jessie 2017 Vice Chairman

Provided by Prince William County Schools Lillie G. Jessie, of the Occoquan District, was re-elected to a second term as vice chairman for 2017 at the School Board’s annual organizational meeting on January 4. Jessie first joined the School Board in 2012 and was reelected in November 2015. The Board established the location of its regular School Board meetings at …

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Supervisor Ruth Anderson to Host “Snowzilla: Plowing, Plans and Problems” Community Meeting

Provided by Supervisor Ruth Anderson’s Office Occoquan District Supervisor Ruth Anderson will be hosting a community meeting at the McCoart Building (1 County Complex Court, Prince William) from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, February 6, 2016. Anderson will be hosting the meeting to address questions and concerns the community has expressed following the recent snow blizzard, Snowzillla. PWL Representatives from …

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Supervisor Ruth Anderson to Host Community Meeting

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Provided by Supervisor Ruth Anderson’s Office Occoquan District Supervisor Ruth Anderson will be hosting a community gathering at St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church (12351 All Saints Place, Woodbridge) PWL from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. on Monday, January 18, 2016. Anderson will be hosting the meeting to address concerns the community has expressed following the recent threats at a few local schools. Representatives …

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Occoquan District Traffic Congestion: How Will We Mitigate It?

Ruth M. Anderson Resident of Prince William County Candidate for Occoquan Supervisor   As I criss-cross eastern Prince William County in my quest to become the next Occoquan Supervisor, people at their doors tell me that traffic congestion is a nightmare and getting worse, especially during extended rush hours and when school is in session. While our major interstate arteries …

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Board Celebrates the Completion of the Prince William Parkway

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The Board of County Supervisors recently came together to celebrate the completion of the Prince William Parkway between Minnieville and Old Bridge roads. The completed road offers better trips for commuters and safer walking for pedestrians. The $15-million, 2006 road bond project included widening the road to six lanes and installing mixed-use, asphalt trails and sidewalks along the sides of …

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EARNIE PORTA RECEIVES MULTIPLE ENDORSEMENTS

   FOR OCCOQUAN SUPERVISOR  LAKE RIDGE, VA – Former Occoquan Mayor Earnie Porta received another organizational endorsement today in his bid to replace outgoing Supervisor Mike May in the Occoquan seat on the Prince William Board of County Supervisors.  The Virginia Police Benevolent Association (PBA) informed Porta of their endorsement in a letter dated September 29, 2015.  “I am honored …

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