Board Approves FY19 Budget, with input from Woodbridge Budget Committee

On April 24, the Prince William Board of County Supervisors approved the $3.1 billion FY 2019 Budget.  Thank you to all who participated in the process by submitting comments and attending Citizen’s Time. A special thanks to members of the Woodbridge Budget Committee, who met eight times over the course of two months to review …

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Prince William County supervisors approve budget | Prince William | insidenova.com

It took Prince William County Supervisors more than four hours Tuesday to settle on a fiscal 2019 budget that includes a 1 percent increase to the county’s fire levy rate and no change to the real estate tax rate of $1.125 per $100 of assessed value. The $3.1 billion budget includes approximately $578.8 million to …

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Prince William supervisors push off action on data center tax hike | Prince William | insidenova.com

Prince William County supervisors are pushing off any action on a controversial tax hike that would primarily affect data centers, a pet proposal of Republican At-Large Chairman Corey Stewart. He was hoping to triple the “computer equipment and peripherals” tax rate, in order to generate $21 million to afford a small real estate tax cut, …

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Supervisors at odds about raising taxes on data centers | News | princewilliamtimes.com

…Stewart, R-At Large, would nearly triple the property tax rate on “programmable computer equipment,” a change primarily aimed at data centers, in the fiscal year that begins July 1. His plan would take the tax from $1.25 per $100 in assessed value to $3.70 per $100, which would equal the personal-property tax rate that residents …

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New tax proposed to tackle school overcrowding | Prince William | insidenova.com

Prince William County Supervisor Pete Candland, R-Gainesville, is pitching an ambitious new plan to help the county’s school division tackle the twin issues of overcrowded classrooms and the widespread use of school trailers.Candland, long one of the board’s more fiscally conservative members, unveiled a 10-year, $170 million proposal to fund the construction of new schools …

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