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Free summer meals program for kids gets major expansion

Free summer meals program for kids gets major expansion

The King George Public School division is participating in a summer food program which enhances the ...

KG planners mull beekeeping request for residential zoning

A recommendation on whether to allow backyard beekeeping in Residential zoning (R-1, R-2 and R-3) is...

KGEF gives Excellence Awards to school system staffers

KGEF gives Excellence Awards to school system staffers

The King George Education Foundation’s second annual Evening of Excellence on May 16 was emcee...

Wolf Trap arts program lends hand to PES students

Wolf Trap arts program lends hand to PES students

Puppets add playful note to STEM lessons
Potomac Elementary School’s kindergartners had a recen...

Service Authority sets rate hike hearing

7 % increase planned beginning July 1
 The King George Service Authority is holding a public hea...

Outdoor center at Shiloh Park added to budget

Outdoor center at Shiloh Park added to budget

The King George Planning Commission reviewed a new capital project request unveiled and distributed ...

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STEM camp winds kids up

King George Elementary School hosted the nationally recognized Camp Invention again this year, focusing on Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.

Read more: STEM camp winds kids up

Vote postponed on King George water and sewer increase

Board reacts to comments for tax money to fund Service Authority capital debt
The King George Service Authority voted to postpone action for a planned water/sewer rate increase of 7 percent at its June 7 meeting.

Read more: Vote postponed on King George water and sewer increase

KGEF gives Excellence Awards to school system staffers

The King George Education Foundation’s second annual Evening of Excellence on May 16 was emceed by foundation president Annie Cupka assisted by immediate past president and current School Board member Tammy Indseth, with several outstanding employees honored and entertainment by student groups.

Read more: KGEF gives Excellence Awards to school system staffers

Wolf Trap arts program lends hand to PES students

Puppets add playful note to STEM lessons
Potomac Elementary School’s kindergartners had a recent week-long treat of daily sessions with puppeteer/teaching artist Kathleen Lynam, May 16-20.

Read more: Wolf Trap arts program lends hand to PES students

Service Authority sets rate hike hearing

7 % increase planned beginning July 1
 The King George Service Authority is holding a public hearing 6:30 p.m. June 7 on the topic of raising water and sewer consumption rates by 7 percent for the coming fiscal year which begins on July 1.  

Read more: Service Authority sets rate hike hearing

Outdoor center at Shiloh Park added to budget

The King George Planning Commission reviewed a new capital project request unveiled and distributed at the May 10 meeting by Parks & Recreation Director Tim Smith for an outdoor education and activity center at Shiloh Park.

Read more: Outdoor center at Shiloh Park added to budget

Navy, officials meet to discuss cooperation on base issues

Officials from King George, Westmoreland and Colonial Beach met last week in Colonial Beach with representatives of the Naval Support Facility in Dahlgren to discuss the Navy's growing economic impact on the area.

Read more: Navy, officials meet to discuss cooperation on base issues

KG Supervisors let sun shine in

OK lease contract for solar panel facility
 The King George County Economic Development Authority unanimously approved a lease and option to buy on May 12 with Coronal Development Services LLC, to build a solar electric power generation facility at the King George Industrial Park.

Read more: KG Supervisors let sun shine in

 

 

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