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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.

Read more: Supervisors to review state laws, regs and ordinances on fracking

County real property reassessment update

The King George Board of Supervisors received a brief update on the ongoing property reassessment process. The reassessment is for taxation purposes and will be completed by the end of this year, to go into effect Jan. 1, 2014. King George has a reassessment performed every four years.

Read more: County real property reassessment update

Judges ask for security personnel at the Courthouse

The King George Board of Supervisors has been requested by the judges and other officers of the court to provide the staffing necessary to operate the equipment for a new single entry point by members of the public into the county Courthouse.

Read more: Judges ask for security personnel at the Courthouse

Board gets School safety committee recommendtions

The King George Board of Supervisors was provided a document containing recommendations and comments from members of a school safety collaborative committee that had been formally set up last February. The committee had held one meeting in early March, followed by email communications to capture the security ideas generated for each of the schools.

Read more: Board gets School safety committee recommendtions

Board selects proposed capital projects

CIP TO BE FINALIZED LATER THIS MONTH

The King George Board of Supervisors last week discussed capital projects proposed for the county’s 2014-18 five-year Capital Improvement Program (CIP), with particular attention to those proposed to be funded in the current fiscal year.  

Read more: Board selects proposed capital projects

Project FAITH’s lawyer proposes meeting with KG county attorney

Nearly a month after sending a July 1 letter requesting details about Project FAITH’s plans for proceeding with its HELP center project, King George last week finally received a preliminary response, of sorts.

The letter, received by fax on July 22 at the King George’s county administrator’s office, was addressed to county attorney Eric Gregory.

Read more: Project FAITH’s lawyer proposes meeting with KG county attorney

Thompson praised and thanked for her service

Nicole Thompson was praised and thanked for her four years of service to King George as its director of economic development by the Board of Supervisors, and offered best wishes for her continued professional and personal success in her upcoming move to Colorado.

Read more: Thompson praised and thanked for her service

Questions linger after HELP Center forum

Nearly two weeks after Project FAITH held what was labeled an open community forum on July 11, more questions still linger about the proposed project.  

It was a curious forum, with no questions allowed from the audience, though, there were questions submitted in writing and pre-screened during the forum.

In fact, slides displayed during the meeting posed a set of questions and also displayed answers.

Read more: Questions linger after HELP Center forum

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