NewsLinks: A Possible Break on Property Taxes; College Campus Part of Stafford Development
Prince William Times — Covington seeks local tax relief due to shutdown
Supervisor Wally Covington has called upon his colleagues on the Prince William County Board of Supervisors to pass emergency legislation to extend the due date for our citizens to pay their personal property taxes, now due on October 5th due to the federal government shutdown.
Washington Post — Cuccinelli opposes Bi-County Parkway
Virginia gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli II came out against the planned Bi-County Parkway at a Saturday morning rally in Prince William County, marking an apparent shift from the stance he took at a candidates’ forum in August.
The controversial plan to build a 45-mile north-south corridor from I-95 in Dumfries to Route 7 in Ashburn is slated to start with a ten-mile stretch called the Bi-County Parkway.
Fredericksburg.com — Stafford County project includes college campus
A commercial and residential complex featuring a community college campus could be the first project to move forward under Stafford County’s relatively new urban development zoning category.