Coal-ash water treatment suspended at Possum Point

Dominion Virginia Power’s $35 million water-treatment facility at Possum Point power plant has been shut down since September. Dominion Virginia Power’s $35 million water-treatment facility at Possum Point power plant has been shut down since September to make the process of treating water steeped in toxic coal ash more effective and efficient, two Dominion spokesmen …

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Town Halls Invite Community Members to Explore Challenges Related to Growth

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Earlier this fall, Supervisor Frank Principi announced the last town halls for 2017, a three-part series that focuses on how to manage the continued growth challenges we are experiencing in Eastern Prince William County. An expanding population together, with the construction of new homes and businesses, have resulted in an infrastructure deficit (traffic congestion, overcrowded classrooms, inadequate sports …

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Recycling Gets an Upgrade in Prince William County

New recycling trailers are being deployed throughout Prince William County. The new trailers are more visible, have more capacity, accept additional material and include clear guidelines and restrictions to help users determine what items should be placed in the container. The instructions are provided in English and Spanish infographics for the convenience of all users. …

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Signing bonuses, raises on the way for Prince William County first responders

Prince William County is adding financial incentives to attract and retain experienced first responders in an effort to stem the flow of qualified police and fire personnel to neighboring localities. County Executive Christopher Martino briefed the Prince William Board of County Supervisors on Tuesday about his plans to boost the annual retention bonus offered to …

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