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Service Authority proposes $5 million budget for 2015-16

Rate increases to be explored next week on April 14

The King George Service Authority will consider...

School Board okays $35.1 million capital budget request

The King George School Board has approved a $35.1 million capital projects request sought by
School ...

Supervisors ponder 2-cent tax rate increase

The King George Board of Supervisors may be preparing to debate its previously stated opposition to ...

April hearing date set for court hearing between county, Project Faith

King George County secured another court date in the ongoing breach of contract dispute with Project...

James Madison - King George native son, Founding Father

James Madison - King George native son, Founding Father

History buffs and area residents recently gathered at Belle Grove Plantation on the banks of the Rap...

Supervisors endorse 2015-16 budget with no tax increase

The Board of Supervisors directed County Administrator Travis Quesenberry to proceed with developmen...

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Planning commission weighs options to deal with fracking

The King George Planning Commission agreed Dec. 9 to give three options to the board of supervisors for possibly revising the county ordinance that deals with exploratory drilling for oil and/or natural gas.
There was some disagreement about the wording, and commissioners will review language changes one more time at their Jan. 13 meeting prior to putting it to a vote.

Read more: Planning commission weighs options to deal with fracking

Commission to examine local fracking rules

The King George Planning Commission soon will begin its review and analysis of the county’s zoning ordinance to address the potential local impacts of fracking.
Fracking is an industrial drilling process creating fractures in rock formations deep underground by injecting fluid into cracks to allow natural gas to be extracted.

Read more: Commission to examine local fracking rules

Planning Commission gets 5-year capital projects list

Public hearing set for May 13

The Planning Commission got its first look at $28 million in projects proposed for an updated five-year Capital Improvements Program (CIP) for 2014-15 through 2018-19 at its meeting on April 8.

Read more: Planning Commission gets 5-year capital projects list

Board will reconsider Walnut Hill rezoning

The King George Planning Commission was informed last week on April 8 that the Board of Supervisors is scheduled on May 6 to reconsider a rezoning request in Dahlgren adjacent to the Bayberry subdivision.

Read more: Board will reconsider Walnut Hill rezoning

Planning Commission recommends denial of rezoning in Dahlgren

The King George Planning Commission last week voted unanimously to recommend that the Board of Supervisors deny a current rezoning request under consideration in Dahlgren. The case involves a request to rezone 6.75 acres on U.S. 301 (James Madison Pkwy). The Commission reconsidered the case at its meeting last week on Jan. 14.

Read more: Planning Commission recommends denial of rezoning in Dahlgren

Commission postpones action on Dahlgren rezoning request

The King George Planning Commission was last week persuaded by objections from four people to postpone action on making a recommendation to the Board of Supervisors regarding a rezoning request in Dahlgren on 6.75 acres abutting US 301 (James Madison Pkwy).

Read more: Commission postpones action on Dahlgren rezoning request

Sheetz site plan approved at Rts. 3 & 206 intersection

A final site plan for a Sheetz service station/convenience store at Arnold’s Corner was approved last week on Nov. 12 by the King George Planning Commission. The request for the service station/convenience store was requested by Lee Garrison representing Woodland Drive Investments, and Sheetz, Inc.

Read more: Sheetz site plan approved at Rts. 3 & 206 intersection

Planning Commission hearing next week on horses in subdivision, gravel mining

The King George Planning Commission is scheduled to hold public hearings next week on Tuesday, April 9, to take comments on two topics.

One case is to consider an amendment to the subdivision ordinance to allow horses in some subdivisions.

Read more: Planning Commission hearing next week on horses in subdivision, gravel mining

 

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