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CMC property sale set for purchase next week

The closing on the purchase of a 30-acre parcel by Commercial Metals Company is scheduled for June 2...

Planning Commission ranks proposed capital projects

The King George Planning Commission has finalized its rankings for proposed projects estimated at $6...

KG students make magic with 3D printer

KG students make magic with 3D printer

King George High School drafting students decided the first use for their latest piece of equipment ...

Business booming for local couple at King George’s Unique Antiques

Business booming for local couple at King George’s Unique Antiques

Unique Antiques Mall, which last year provided much of the furniture for Meg Ryan’s new movie,...

Supervisors to review fracking amendments

The King George Board of Supervisors is scheduled to take another look at proposed ordinance amendme...

Grzeika to retire from King George board of supervisors at year’s end

King George Supervisor Joe Grzeika will not seek another term in this fall’s election.
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King George gets financial ratings upgrade to ‘AA’

The King George Board of Supervisors got good news last week from Travis Quesenberry, county administrator, who informed them the financial rating agency Fitch Ratings has upgraded the county’s bond rating.

Read more: King George gets financial ratings upgrade to ‘AA’

County and school officials to talk budget next week

The King George Board of Supervisors has set a second budget work session for next Tuesday, Feb. 25, at 5:30 p.m., scheduled in the board room of the Revercomb Administration building.

Read more: County and school officials to talk budget next week

King George Supervisors discuss 2014-15 budgeting process

The King George Board of Supervisors met this week for its first budget meeting to discuss its general process for proceeding with upcoming fiscal decisions for 2014-15.

Read more: King George Supervisors discuss 2014-15 budgeting process

Fracking issues on the agenda

Drilling for natural gas and oil is being discussed by the King George Board of Supervisors, with one report last week and more on the way to get the governing body up to speed on just what authority is provided under state law to regulate gas and oil drillers, should permit applications be received for any for drilling in the county.

Read more: Fracking issues on the agenda

VDOT Dahlgren Road study could add two traffic lights

The King George Board of Supervisors received a report on a study conducted along Dahlgren Road (Route 206). Results of the study indicate that two intersections have met warrants for construction of traffic lights.

Read more: VDOT Dahlgren Road study could add two traffic lights

Grzeika unanimously elected Board chairman

The King George Board of Supervisors elected Joe Grzeika as chairman for 2014 on a unanimous vote at last week’s meeting on Jan. 7. Grzeika took over the gavel from Dale Sisson, At-Large rep, who was chairman last year for 2013.

Read more: Grzeika unanimously elected Board chairman

Request for golf cart use in Potomac Landing

The Potomac Landing subdivision is proceeding with its intention to make a formal request to be allowed the legal use of golf carts on streets in the subdivision.

The King George Board of Supervisors is expected this week to authorize the county to proceed with the application for use of golf carts on certain public roads in Potomac Landing subdivision, sections 1 & 2. The Potomac Landing Property Owners Association’s intention was signaled by its presentation at a meeting last month on Nov. 6.

Read more: Request for golf cart use in Potomac Landing

Supervisors to review state laws, regs and ordinances on fracking

The King George Board of Supervisors has directed County Attorney Eric Gregory to prepare a report for the board on the status of state laws, regulations and county ordinances in regard to fracking. Fracking, short for hydraulic fracturing, is a process whereby chemicals and water are forced deep into the ground to fracture the shale rock strata to release natural gas.

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