- Last Updated on Tuesday, 23 November 2010 22:27
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A joint meeting next week between the King George Board of Supervisors and the School Board is expected to center on money matters.
The joint meeting is scheduled to take place next Wednesday, Nov. 30, at 6 p.m. in the boardroom on the ground floor of the Revercomb Building, located behind the Courthouse on Route 3.
Both boards are planning to talk about the costs and the timing for three big-ticket projects requested by the School Board.
They may also discuss a joint vehicle maintenance facility for which Supervisors plan to purchase property on US 301.
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 November 2010 16:05
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Supercenter to be open 24 hours/day in Dahlgren at King George Gateway
King George Gateway developer Edward A. Murphy of OMZ King George LLC and owner of Realty Development Services announced that July 10, 2011, is the date set for the grand opening of a 152,000 square foot Walmart Supercenter, under construction in Dahlgren.
Murphy made the announcement at last week’s meeting of the county’s Economic Development Authority (EDA) on Nov. 10, saying the Walmart store will be open 24 hours a day.
The store will have a supermarket and pharmacy, along with home living and outdoor living areas for shopping.
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 November 2010 16:08
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King George released a request for proposals (RFP) on Oct. 25 in an effort by the School Board to lease the former middle school building on Dahlgren Road (Route 206).
The RFP targets government contractors that are also trying for an award of a federal contract from the Navy to conduct Navy Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) for the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division.
That training is planned to take place during the latter six months of 2011.
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 November 2010 16:06
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Supervisors, School Board to talk about PES renovations, intermediate school
Money matters will again be a topic on the next joint meeting between Board of Supervisors and the School Board, set for Nov. 30.
Both boards are planning to talk about the costs and the timing of going forward with two big-ticket projects wanted by the School Board.
The School Board decided last month to request the joint meeting agenda to center on two of their costly projects.
A discussion of a proposed $9.6 million renovation project for Potomac Elementary School will take place, along with talk about converting the mothballed former middle school building into an intermediate school starting in 2012-13.
Superintendent Candace Brown said it would take about $2,250,566 in 2012-13 for startup costs and operating the first-year of an intermediate school.
She also is estimating at least $1,351,703 for annual, recurring operating costs every year after that.
- Last Updated on Saturday, 06 November 2010 22:00
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Residents of Monmouth Village in Dahlgren want answers. They want to know what took King George Department of Fire and Rescue so long to respond to a house fire on Lisa Lane on the evening of Sept. 21. They also want to know why the conduct of firefighters on the scene was “atrocious,” describing firefighters riding around in the homeowner’s scooter and dancing around the rescue stretchers.
It is 11 p.m. on Sept. 21 and there was a fire starting in the back of Patrick and Angel Durham’s home in Monmouth Village.
KG Sheriff’s Deputy Timothy Lyons came upon the scene at 11:25 p.m. after noticing smoke pouring out of the home on Lisa Lane and contacted dispatch to report the fire. KG Sheriff’s Office dispatch sent out the call to King George Fire and Rescue and two mutual aid units at 11:28 p.m.
According to Major Steve Dempsey of the King George Sheriff’s Office, the 911 call logs from Sept. 21 show the first call coming from Deputy Lyons at 11:25 p.m., a second call coming at the same time from a citizen, and a third call from a citizen logged in at 11:27 p.m. The Sheriff’s Office timeline differs from residents’ recollections that 911 calls were placed by neighbors as early as 11:15 p.m.