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The BUZZ – Neabsco District Landscape Enhancements Celebration

Supervisor Victor Angry

Written By: Prince William County

The last of the Prince William Board of County Supervisors’ landscaping and enhancement projects – this one on Ridgefield Road in the Neabsco Magisterial District – is planted and the flowers are in bloom. Neabsco District Supervisor Victor Angry spoke at a recent ribbon-cutting ceremony to officially recognize the work that was a partnership between the county’s public works department and its neighborhood services division and the Virginia Department of Transportation which authorized the work in its right-of-way. “It’s through our united efforts that we have brought this vision to life,” Angry said. “This moment marks a significant milestone in our community’s journey toward a more beautiful, sustainable and welcoming environment. Ridgefield Road is a vital roadway in our district and with this project, we are transforming into an attractive space for all of our residents to enjoy.” Prince William County Public Works Department Acting Director Khattab Shammout thanked the Prince William Board of County Supervisors for the funding to complete beautification projects in all of the county’s seven magisterial districts. “The board provided about half a million dollars to fund several landscaping projects throughout the county, all of them … have been completed. This is a beautiful project,” Shammout said. “Thank you to the board for allowing us the opportunity to beautify and make the community nicer and more scenic.” Angry said the landscaping project meets the board’s goals of beautifying the county to instill a sense of pride and community that contribute to the appeal of the county. “This project is a testimony of our community’s dedication and hard work. It reflects our collective commitment to improving the quality of life for all residents fostering a sense of pride and ownership within our neighborhood,” Angry said. The board allocated money for the projects across the county in its Fiscal 2024 budget.