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New Human Resources Director Appointed in Prince William County

Written by: PWC News (more details click here) PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY, VIRGINIA… Following an extensive national search, the County Executive appointed Dr. Gwendolyn J. Conner of Columbia, SC, for the Human Resources Director position. The Board of County Supervisors concurred with the County Executive’s recommendation. Dr. Conner will begin the position effective Jan. 13, 2020. With more…
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Chair Gives State of the County Address and Board Chooses Vice Chair and Chair Pro-Tem

Written by: PWC News (more details click here) PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY, VA… The new Chair of the Prince William Board of County Supervisors delivered the annual State of the County address on Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2020, to open the first Board meeting of the year. A copy of her remarks is below. In other business, the Board chose Neabsco…
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Swearing In of Prince William County Elected Officials

Swearing-in Ceremony For Prince William County Elected Officials

You are cordially invited to the historic swearing in ceremony of the 2020-2023 Prince William Board of Supervisors, Commonwealth Attorney & Sheriff. The ceremony will occur on the main stage, Merchant Hall, of the center. The event will include the swearing in of the Board of County Supervisors, the Sheriff and the Commonwealth’s Attorney. Doors…
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Prince William County Neighborhood Watch

The Next Neighborhood Watch Meeting is December 9th

REMINDER: The Next Neighborhood Watch Meeting is December 9th Prince William County, VA… Please join us as the Crime Prevention Unit of the Prince William County Police Department hosts a Neighborhood Watch meeting on Monday, December 9, beginning at 7 p.m. The event should last about an hour. Learn how to work with the Police…
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Legislators Support Minimum Wage of 15 Per Hour

Support for $15 Minimum Wage in Prince William County

Written by: What’s Up Prince William Healthcare, transportation and raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour were the main topics discussed at a Woodbridge event. Local representatives spoke about the 2020 Legislative Session at the Prince William Chamber of Commerce’s Legislative Kick-Off Breakfast. The annual program was hosted at Old Hickory Golf Club, 11921…
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Board of County Supervisors Pass New Classification and Compensation

Prince William Supervisors Approve New Classification and Compensation With $19.2 Million Pay Raise For Employees

Written by: WTOP The Prince William Board of County Supervisors voted 7-1 Tuesday to approve a new system to classify its 3,600 employees and a new pay plan that will be implemented in two phases and will cost the county a total of $19.2 million during fiscal year 2020 and 2021, which starts July 1.…
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New PWC Board of Supervisors

Newly Elected PWC Supervisors Speak at McCoart

Written by: What’s Up Prince William County residents heard from future representatives today. Some of those who have been elected to the Board of County Supervisors (BOCS) spoke at the McCoart Administration Building in Woodbridge on Wednesday afternoon. Supervisor Victor Angry, Supervisor-Elect Andrea Bailey, Supervisor-Elect Kenny Boddye, Supervisor-Elect Margaret Franklin and Chair-Elect Ann Wheeler introduced…
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Free shuttles being offered to Virginia Railway Express stations

Written by: What’s Up Prince William Metro users are getting access to another transportation service. Beginning on May 28, OmniRide is providing free shuttles to the Rippon and Woodbridge Virginia Railway Express (VRE) stations. It will offer the shuttles while officials complete repairs on the Blue and Yellow line stops, according to a release from…
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Former Supervisor remembered at park rededication

Written by: What’s Up Prince William One man’s love for the great outdoors is being shared with the Dale City community. Leadership Prince William (LPW), Comcast and the Prince William County Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism partnered with one another for Comcast Cares Day on Saturday. For this year’s community service day, volunteers set…
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Officials eyeing new parks and recreation facilities

Written by: What’s Up Prince William Recreation options may be expanding in the county. The Board of County Supervisors (BOCS) are discussing projects that could make up a proposed $200 million park bond at a work session on Tuesday. They include a field complex that may be built in western Prince William County. A state-of-the-art…
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