News Links: Lightning Damages Leader’s Home, Stewart Backs New Fields in County
– September 16, 2013 7:37 am
Washington Post — Stewart backs new fields for Prince William County, plans town halls
Prince William County should spend as much as $21 million over the next several years to build and improve playing fields for the county’s booming population.
Washington Post — Displaced by flood in 2011, tenants sue mobile home park owner
Two years after a flood devastated a Woodbridge mobile home community, more than 60 displaced tenants are suing the owner of the mobile home park in Prince William Circuit Court.
Bristow Beat — Lightning damages home on Brentsville Supervisor Wally Covington’s property
Fire caused significant damage to a secondary house owned by Brentsville Supervisor Wally Covington and located directly in front of his residence at 9706 Greenwich Road in Nokesville.
Fredericksburg.com — Changes at Leeland Station mean more students for school system
Changes to the Leeland Station subdivision’s long-term plans were approved Tuesday in Stafford County.