Finally, there’s a big, bold plan to rescue Manassas Park from their financial doldrums. Put up signs on Rt. 28 that advertise the city as “a destination.” There’s little doubt that employing this heavily overused phrase, one that has been sucked dry of any meaning it ever had long ago, will make the park suddenly explode as the economic engine of Northern Virginia as area residents flock to enjoy the city’s vacant storefronts, parks featuring MS-13 gang graffitti, and a thriving subculture of illegal alien lawlessness.
Honestly, if the planning commission really wants to market the city as a destination, they might want to consider locating those signs in El Salvador.
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