DR. NORTHAM: SMOKING IS BAD BUT POT IS OKAY. Thanks to the Family Foundation for this update. Note that your PWC representatives voted FOR legalizing recreational marijuana. This year’s Veto Session was disappointing, though not surprising. The Dr. Northam changed Continue reading Recreational Pot Legal on July 1st
Police Department conducted a Community Satisfaction Survey to gauge residents’ perceptions and feelings about police services in Prince William County. To remain a nationally accredited law enforcement agency through CALEA, the Police Department is required to conduct such a survey every Continue reading Prince William Police Get High Marks in Recent Survey!
Thanks to the Family Foundation for this summary of bills affecting everyday Virginians. Prince William County representative whole-heartedly supported these bills. The three “Nanny State” bills – SB 1310 (D–McClellan), HB 1864 (D-Price) and HB 2032 (D-Gooditis) – create a new category of employee called a Continue reading Life in “Blue Virginia:” Northam Ushers in Nanny State
Thanks to Del. Rob Bell for this summary of bills passed by the Democrat-led General Assembly that have far-reaching impact on our Commonwealth. Prince William County representative whole-heartedly supported these bills. When Democrats took the majority in the General Assembly Continue reading Dems Continue Their Far-Left Agenda
Judge Adrianne Bennett, as chairwoman of the Virginia Parole Board, unilaterally released more than 100 parolees from Virginia Department of Corrections supervision in violation of long-standing rules, according to records obtained by the Richmond Times-Dispatch. The criteria she used to Continue reading Parole Board Chair Violated Policy for Releasing Parolees from Supervision
The Republican Party of Virginia announced the final list of contenders for Governor, Lt. Governor, and Attorney General. The deadline for filing for each office was March 26, 2021. The list is available by clicking HERE.
Below is an update on the activities by the PWC Board of Supervisors from Coles Supervisor Yesli Vega. She highlights the property tax increase, development of the Rural Crescent, COVID-19 vaccination information, and other items of interest to all PWC Continue reading BOCS Update from Coles Supervisor Yesli Vega
The first wave of Virginia’s carbon taxes under the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) came in at twice the estimates — $43.6 million. Lawmakers in Virginia must now determine how to spend the money The Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative is Continue reading Virginia Nets $43M in First Wave of the Greenhouse Gas Initiative
Thanks to Supervisor Jeanine Lawson for this important update: In another late night, 5-3 vote, Chair Ann Wheeler and Supervisors Angry, Bailey, Boddye, and Franklin approved the Independent Hill Small Area Plan that removes land from the Rural Crescent. What Continue reading PWC Dems Vote Again to Develop Preserved Land in the Rural Crescent
Thanks to Supervisor Vega for this important announcement. Dear Neighbor, Prince William County government says they want to hear from you. As part of the County’s Comprehensive Plan Update, Pathway to 2040, they have started the process of planning your future Continue reading The PWC Board of Supervisors Wants to Hear from You!