Microsoft Corp. recently acquired vacant property zoned for data centers in Gainesville for more than $465 million, according to a Washington Business Journal report. The publication reports the property comprises about 124 acres across two parcels at 13490 University Blvd. and 5941 Continue reading Microsoft Expanding Data Center Footprint in PWC
The Prince William Board of County Supervisors on Tuesday revoked more than $1 million in pandemic aid from immigrant advocacy group CASA after a county audit found the organization spent nearly $200,000 on items that didn’t qualify for federal funding. Continue reading PWC Board Revokes COVID Aid From Radical CASA Immigrant Advocacy Group
RICHMOND – Millions of dollars for school resource officers. Security for threatened Jewish students on college campuses. Teacher retirement accounts. Gun violence prevention. None of these crucial items were kept in the budget on Thursday, as Democrats voted to raise taxes Continue reading House Budget Passes With Major Cuts to Public Safety, Higher Taxes on Virginia Families
The Prince William Board of County Supervisors on Tuesday moved to advertise a tax rate that effectively amounts to a 5% tax increase for the average county homeowner. Supervisors also began discussions on potentially implementing a major tax hike on Continue reading Higher Property Taxes in Prince William?
The General Assembly is half way through the session. The below article summarizes the progress of key legislation. At the halfway point of Virginia’s 2024 General Assembly session, Democrats have used their majority power on both sides of the Capitol Continue reading Update on General Assembly Session
Below is a list of GOP legislative priorities in this year’s legislative session: Data Centers: HB 1010 – Limits data center siting around residential neighborhoods- Pending HB 1011 – Bans local officials from voting on development projects from which they Continue reading Republican Legislative Priorities in the 2024 General Assembly
The 45-day early voting period for Virginia’s March 5 presidential primaries begins today, even though it’s far from clear which candidates will still be in the running come Super Tuesday. President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump are the Continue reading Early Voting for the Presidential Primary Has Begun!
This link to the VCDL provides a quick summary of all firearm-related bills introduced in this session of the General Assembly: https://vcdl-lis.org/
A great resource by VPAP is a very helpful guide to residents of Virginia who wish to track the activity in the 2024 General Assembly session: https://www.vpap.org/general-assembly/citizens-guide/
The long-awaited Va. 28 bypass was already shaping up to be one of the most impactful local road projects in decades by requiring the taking of more than 50 Manassas homes, including an estimated seven to 10 in the Bull Continue reading Dems Okay $1M for New Design for Rte 28; 70 Homes at Stake