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    Shaping a new Woodbridge through well-designed and carefully planned projects that incorporate smart growth principles




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    Implementing a combination of transit options to find solutions to our transportation problems




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    Strengthening Woodbridge by working together to improve and maintain our neighborhoods




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County addresses litter along roadways

As spring approaches, there’s often an increase in community concerns about litter and debris along roadways in and questions about what Prince William County is doing to address these issues. The Department of Public Works provided an overview of their efforts to maintain public spaces and roadways in the community: Litter Control Two four-man teams each …

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Repaving shifts two Woodbridge bus stops; Mar. 21

Per OmniRide: Weather permitting, Route 1 northbound will be paved on Monday, March 21, between Delaware Drive and Featherstone Drive.  Because of the paving work, several bus routes will serve temporary stops for as long as the work is under way. Missed stop – For Route 1 OmniLink: –Rt. 1 northbound at Delaware Temporary stop: …

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County, Dominion Reach Coal Ash Disposal Agreement

In March 2016, after months of public outcry and concerted effort by elected officials, county staff and environmental groups, Dominion Virginia Power and the Prince  William Board of County Supervisors (BOCS) agreed to terms for better protecting Quantico Creek and the Potomac River when the company begins closing its five coal ash ponds at Possum …

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Coal Ash at Possum Point – Background

Following are links to stories of Dominion Virginia Power’s plans for closing five coal ash ponds at Possum Point Power Station in Dumfries, Va. They trace the progression from Woodbridge District Supervisor Frank Principi first raising concerns over the proposed disposal methods in Dec. 2015 to Prince William County reaching a settlement agreement that would better protect …

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