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



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



    Strengthening Woodbridge by working together to improve and maintain our neighborhoods


Supervisor Answers Questions on Dominion Coal Ash Pond Closures


Recently, a constituent contacted Supervisor Principi with questions on the draft DEQ permit for the second phase of Dominion Virginia Power’s closure of coal ash ponds at Possum Point in Dumfries, Virginia. Below are the Supervisor’s responses: What is the current plan for the Possum Point facility?  What is the intended lifespan of this facility? Dominion has proposed …

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Bottles, Tires and Shopping Carts… Oh My!

Bottles, tires and maybe a shopping cart or two are all things that may be pulled out of a wooded area near Powells Creek on Saturday, Feb. 25, during a cleanup scheduled there. The Prince William Public Works Department, the Prince William Trails and Streams Coalition, and the Prince William Soil & Water Conservation District …

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“Best in the World” Prince William County Crossing Guard Receives Award

Prince William County Police Department Crossing Guard Roger Talley has been working the intersection of Darbydale and Eastlawn Avenues for more than 15 years; and he is one of six crossing guards from across the state to be named Outstanding Crossing Guard for 2016-2017 by the Virginia Department of Transportation’s (VDOT) Safe Routes to School …

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Woodbridge Mom Fights for More Recess and PE in Prince William Schools

A Woodbridge mom is fighting to get students more time for recess and physical education (PE) in Prince William County schools. Barbara Larrimore, a mother of three young children – two of which are students at Lake Ridge Elementary School – is asking legislators and school officials to expand the existing 15 minutes of recess …

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Saying Yes to Smart Growth


I haven’t always been popular with developers. Most of the residential growth–apartments, strip malls, fast–food drive–ins–that you do see along Route 1 is the result of what is known as “stale zoning.” Zoning that was approved, in some cases, decades ago (and didn’t require approval from the current Board of County Supervisors). As for many other development applications, I am known …

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