New ‘danger’ markers on a Virginia waterway threaten livelihoods and ignite calls for dredging funds – The Washington Post

Dredging in Prince William County’s Neabsco Creek hasn’t happened in two decades, but after an uproar over channel markers being removed and replaced with signs warning people away — right at the kickoff of boating season — officials are weighing options for securing funding to dredge the area and save the waterway access. The U.S. …

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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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Officer Jennifer Kooyoomjian named a 2018 Ally in Prevention

Jennifer Kooyoomjian, an  Intensive Juvenile Probation Officer for Prince William County, has been named a 2018 Ally in Prevention by SCAN of Northern Virginia. Leon Harris, NBC4, presented the 16th Annual Ally in Prevention Awards at a luncheon on April 6. Carine McCandless, New York Times bestselling author of The Wild Truth, gave the Keynote Address. Jennifer Kooyoomjian has built …

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Fairfax County considers ban on driving with loaded shotguns and rifles in vehicles – The Washington Post

Fairfax County took a tentative step Tuesday toward outlawing loaded shotguns and rifles on roadways, an action prompted by Democratic state lawmakers that taps into the hardened divisions over gun regulation in Virginia. A motion approved unanimously by the Board of Supervisors directs county staff to study whether Fairfax should take advantage of a 2004 state hunting …

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