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One More Stake In The Heart Of The Vampire Road

By Greg L | 1 April 2015 | Loudoun County, Prince William County | 1 Comment


Yes, the idea of a Bi-County Parkway seems to be rapidly dying, but it’s not done yet. To complete this, we need to get the Board of County Supervisors to remove the project from the County’s comprehensive plan. Supervisor Candland plans to introduce a motion to do just that at the next board meeting, and we’ll get to see how our elected officials feel about property rights and subsidizing developers right before they are subject to the voters in the primaries.

During an election year, you can actually get quite a bit done. Imagine that.

UPDATE: Supervisor Pete Candland talked a bit more about his intentions in an email that went out today:

On Tuesday, April 7, the Board of County Supervisors is scheduled to meet at 2 PM and 7:30 PM at the McCoart Government Center. I will be submitting my notice of intent to file my Resolution to remove the Bi-County Parkway from the Comprehensive Plan.

That will trigger a vote from the Board of County Supervisors the following Tuesday, April 14, on my motion to amend the Comprehensive Plan to remove the Bi-County Parkway.

Every citizen is entitled to express his or her views for three minutes during Citizens’ Time. I hope you will consider, if your schedule permits, attending one or both of these meetings to stand up and tell the Board of County Supervisors your own views on the proposed Bi-County Parkway.

I need as many citizens who can to attend these meetings on April 7 and April 14 to speak out in opposition to the Bi-County Parkway and to support my motion to remove this disastrous road project from the Comprehensive Plan.

You have my firm commitment to continue this fight to protect our community, to safeguard our neighborhoods, and to do all we can to reduce congestion on the east-west commuting routes to and from Prince William County.

Working together, we can encourage the state to focus our tax money and other state resources on fixing the gridlocked commuter roads on I-66, Route 28, and I-95.



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1 Comment

  1. the Bulletproof Monk said on 1 Apr 2015 at 8:37 pm:
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    Great price. This is beneficial to Loudoun, too.

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