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King George Industrial Park under consideration for established Virginia business

Authorization to proceed with appraisal of a lot in the King George Industrial Park was provided on ...

King George Ruritan Club honors county veterans

The King George Ruritan Club’s annual Veterans Day program proudly recognized five King George...

South Korean minister of national defense tours directed energy facilities at Dahlgren base

U.S. Navy scientists and engineers briefed a delegation of defense officials from the Republic of Ko...

King George School Board honors its longest-serving bus drivers

Four senior school bus drivers for King George County Public Schools were honored for their excellen...

Complaints over dirt bike noise at Cleydael, again

Complaints over noise caused by dirt bike events adjacent to Cleydael subdivision in King George hav...

State update on gas and oil drilling regulatory process

The King George Board of Supervisors heard a report from Michael Skiffington, Policy and Planning Ma...

 

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Dahlgren base land use study approved in King George

A joint land use study for the Naval Support Facility Dahlgren, underway since September 2013, was approved March 3 by the King George Board of Supervisors.
In addition to King George, the other localities involved in the study with the Dahlgren base are Westmoreland County and the town of Colonial Beach, as well as Charles and St. Mary’s counties in Maryland.

Read more: Dahlgren base land use study approved in King George

Supervisors unveil $38.5M 2015-16 budget

The King George County Board of Supervisors reviewed its approximately $38.5 million budget  for 2015-16, finding a potential gap of $2.2 million as revenues were estimated at about $36.3 million.

Read more: Supervisors unveil $38.5M 2015-16 budget

County speeding up decision on ‘fracking’

Commissioners OK accepting peliminary planning report

The King George Board of Supervisors agreed Jan. 20 to fast-track proposed changes to the county zoning ordinance for oil and/or natural gas drilling.

Read more: County speeding up decision on ‘fracking’

County hopes rebar firm spurs growth

County officials hope their deal with Commercial Metals Company is just the beginning of the expansion of the county-owned industrial park.
On Dec. 2, the King George Board of Supervisors OK’d a $12 million investment by Commercial Metals Company to relocate its manufacturing operations to the county.

Read more: County hopes rebar firm spurs growth

County workers to get 2% pay raise

King George County employees will receive 2 percent pay raises effective Jan. 1.
The King George Board of Supervisors agreed to increase the planned raises from 1 percent to 2 percent at its Nov. 18 meeting, with formal approval of a budget amendment expected at its Dec. 2 meeting.

Read more: County workers to get 2% pay raise

Committee eyes county Internet expansion

Members of a new King George technology advisory committee will have their first meeting at 6 p.m. Oct. 20 in the boardroom of the Revercomb Administration Building.

Read more: Committee eyes county Internet expansion

Project Faith wants hearing to present $300K claim to county

Project Faith has asked the King George Board of Supervisors to schedule a date so it can present a claim for $300,110 against the county.

Read more: Project Faith wants hearing to present $300K claim to county

KG seeks best bang for tourism bucks

King George Director of Economic Development Linwood Thomas has been tasked with coming up with ideas for the use of $42,000 toward some tourism efforts, as well as to consider how future annual amounts of about $79,000 from a county tax could be spent.

Read more: KG seeks best bang for tourism bucks

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