- Last Updated on Wednesday, 24 August 2011 00:00
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King George sent out an alert message to citizens on Wednesday, Aug. 17, to be on the lookout for rabid animals.
King George Animal Control officers were called to a townhouse area on Creek Lane near Williams Creek on Dahlgren Road on Saturday, Aug. 13.
A cat was attacking another cat, behaving erratically, and chasing people.
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 August 2011 17:36
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Open House today at Citizens Center
Dominion Power has released a map showing the five potential routes under consideration for its planned 230-kilovolt transmission line to run through King George. In addition to the five potential routes, there are three variations and one extension.
Attend today’s Open House, Wed., Aug. 10, from 4–7 p.m. at the Citizens Center on Route 3 (8076 Kings Hwy.). Dominion Power reps will be on hand to chat with individuals and answer questions regarding the project, with displays and maps set up.
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 03 August 2011 14:52
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Dominion Power is holding an open house next week with representatives on hand to answer questions and talk about route alternatives being considered for a new 230kV transmission line to serve the Dahlgren base and King George.
Ten miles of right-of-way between 120-200 feet in width will be needed, depending on which type of tower facility is selected to carry the overhead lines. The tower facility types being considered range from 67 feet to 120 feet high.
Next Wednesday, Aug. 10, the electric company will hold an open house at the Citizens Center on Route 3 (8076 Kings Hwy) from 4–7 p.m.
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 20 July 2011 13:46
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King George — Two new stars have been shining in the starburst galaxy over King George and Westmoreland since June.
The new additions are part of the 4H All Stars system that has lit up the community since June of 2010 when Heritage Club 4H leader Dick Lahey of Westmoreland and multiple 4H club participant Aldyn Abell of King George were “tapped” as 4H All Stars.
And this year two more King George residents were “tapped” as All Stars and pulled into this new starburst galaxy.
Fancy’s Friends 4H Dog Club founder and leader Sue Coleman and King George 4H Technician Terry Misch became All Stars in a ceremony at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg in June.
Coleman’s star lit up part one of this series and Misch’s star will shine on this second and final part.
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 July 2011 00:00
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Joe Grzeika has been appointed by Governor Bob McDonnell to the University of Mary Washington Board of Visitors.
McDonnell announced the appointment last week on July 8. Grzeika, chairman of the King George County Board of Supervisors, was one of three new appointees given a spot on the 12-member Board of Visitors of the University of Mary Washington.
Grzeika has been a member of the Board of Supervisors since 1996. He has been a King George resident since 1977. He’s self-employed as a business consultant and is a retired past president of a defense contracting business which he co-founded.
Grzeika and his spouse, Anita, have two married daughters and four grandchildren. Grzeika is an alumna of Mary Washington. He told the Journal, “I am really excited by this opportunity.”