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Rollins Ford Park hearing is June 3

A public hearing regarding utility easements at Rollins Ford Park is set for June 3, not May 20 as originally published. The Prince William Board of County Supervisors has planned a public hearing for June 3 to consider the Contract of Sale to Convey Utility Easement – Rollins Ford Park. The 'Times' erroneously published a public hearing notice stating the meeting would be May 20. The meeting will actually be held on June 3. The public notices and advertising for the public hearing have been changed and the supporting documents will be made available to the public for the June 3 meeting. The “Times” regrets the error.

Incumbent mayors sweep; three council members lose in PW town elections

Quantico Mayor Kevin Brown, Dumfries Mayor Jerry Foreman and Haymarket Mayor David Leake all defeated their opponents by wide margins while Occoquan vice mayor Liz Quist won her race for mayor running unopposed. Meanwhile, three incumbent council members lost re-election runs across the county while the rest of the incumbents running won their council races, along with several challengers.

Culpeper: Olinger will be new mayor

Voter turnout was low again on Tuesday but those who did come out elected a new mayor.

County sets tax rate, adopts budget

The Prince William Board of County Supervisors adopted the budget and tax rate for the coming year on April 29. In adopting the budget the board agreed to a tax rate of $1.148 per $100 of assessed value. The new tax rate means that next year, the average real estate tax bill will be $3,788. That's a little more than the estimate for the current year: $3,601. The headline projects in the $990 million budget are two new libraries in Gainesville and Montclair. The libraries had been approved by voters in the 2006 bond referendum and architectural plans had been unveiled last year with an opening date in September 2015.

Town elections set for May 6

In less than one week, registered voters living within of the four towns within Prince William County are due to cast ballots for mayoral and council candidates. Election Day for local offices in Dumfries, Haymarket, Occoquan and Quantico is next Tuesday, May 6. Polls open at 6 a.m. and close at 7 p.m.

Meet Billy Yowell: Incumbent seeking re-election to Culpeper town council

For more than two decades, Billy Yowell has served on Culpeper's town council. He'd like to continue doing so.

Meet Ben Phillips: Incumbent seeking re-election to town council

Ben Phillips is running for a second term on Culpeper's town council.

Comstock wins 10th District nomination

For the third time in six years, Manassas state Del. Bob Marshall (R-13th) lost a Republican nominating contest for Congress, this time falling to state Del. Barbara Comstock (R-34th) of McLean for the 10th Congressional District nomination.

Meet Tom Letts: Candidate for town council

Tom Letts is seeking a seat on Culpeper's town council.

Culpeper town employees Jeffries and Blankenship honored

The Virginia Rural Water Association recognized two Town of Culpeper employees - Jeffries and Blankenship praised for exemplary performance. .

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