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An historic win for Vangie Williams in the 1st District By Jill Palermo

Times Staff Writer

Vangie Williams, a federal contractor from tiny King George County, won a historic victory Tuesday, becoming the first African-American woman to ever secure the Democratic Party’s nomination in Virginia’s 1st District. Williams, a 49-year-old federal contractor and a mother of six, will become the first woman of color elected to Congress from Virginia if she beats her Republican opponent, incumbent U.S. Rep. Rob Wittman in November. State Sen. Louise Lucas was the first black woman to run for Congress from Virginia in 2001, according to Williams’ campaign. Williams came from the smallest

county of her three opponents and therefore was considered less likely to win. Reached at her campaign party in Fredericksburg Tuesday night, Williams said she was surprised but also overjoyed with the victory. She won by nearly 2,000 votes over second-place Edwin Santana, a former U.S. Marine who was a favorite in Prince William County. Santana won Prince William by 800 votes, but it was not enough to keep Williams from winning the sprawling district, which stretches from Nokesville to Hampton Roads. Williams garnered 11,001 votes, or 39.9 percent of the total. Santana received 9,020 votes, or 32.7 percent. John Suddarth, a Prince William native

who lives in Hanover County, came in third with 7,546 votes or 27 percent. “They kept telling us we had the numbers, but no way did we think the win would be that big,” Williams said. She gave credit to her volunteers – whom she affectionately calls her “Vangelinas” and “Vangelinos” – whom she said knocked on more than 10,000 doors and reached voters in places sometime overlooked by political campaigns. “We went to churches, we went to nursing homes and we also talked to Republicans,” Williams said of her campaign’s effort to reach voters. “And they donated and supported our campaign,” she added of her Republican supporters. See WILLIAMS, Page 4

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Third time’s a charm for Corey Stewart By Jonathan Hunley and Anita Sherman Times Staff Writers

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It was close, but the third time was the charm for Corey Stewart. After unsuccessfully seeking the GOP nomination for lieutenant governor in 2013, and the party nod for governor last year, Stewart has won a statewide primary. He collected the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate with 44.78 percent of the vote Tuesday night, according to unofficial results. With 97.51 percent of the vote reported, Stewart bested Culpeper Del. Nick Freitas, R-30th, who took 43.15 percent of the vote and E.W. Jackson, a minister from Chesapeake, who had 12.07 percent. Now Stewart, the chairman of the Prince William Board of Supervisors since 2006, will take on U.S. Sen Tim Kaine, a Democrat, in November. At his election night party at the Electric Palm in Woodbridge, Stewart promised to unite the coalition that elected President Trump in 2016. “We will win working men and women across the state. We will restore our values. We will restore our economy. We will restore our border and we will restore our America,” Stewart said to cheers from the See STEWART, Page 4

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CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 2018

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Charles Colgan Sr. High School congratulated its first senior class this year.

“Our beautiful daughter, Lindsey Villegas, graduated from Manassas Park today. We are so proud of her.”

Kody Frye, a graduate of Stonewall Jackson High School, visited his elementary school, Cedar Point, before crossing the stage to receive his diploma.

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Thousands of Prince William County area seniors recently marched across the stage to accept their high school diplomas over the last two weeks. For local public high schools, graduation season began Friday, June 1, when students from Forest Park High School and Gar-Field High School graduated. On Saturday, June 2, Manassas Park, Colgan, Woodbridge, Freedom, Hylton and Osbourn Park high schools held their graduation ceremonies. Potomac and Stonewall Jackson high school students graduated on Monday, June 4. Battlefield and Patriot high schools held their graduations on Tuesday, June 5; Brentsville District High School on Thursday, June 7, and Manassas’ Osbourn High School, on Tuesday, June 12. Here’s a gallery of photos from local high school graduations, submitted by our readers. See more photos online at princewilliamtimes.com/multimedia.

Two members of Charles Colgan Sr. High “Proud of my niece today and every School’s first senior class. day,” said Michelle Leigh Robertson after her niece graduated from Community Editor Manassas Park High School. Anita Sherman, 540.351.1635 asherman@fauquier.com

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Missing Nokesville teen found dead in wooded area near home A body discovered Tuesday, June 5, near Glenkirk Road in Nokesville has been identified as that of Palmer Marsh, a 16-year-old who had been missing since May 2. The remains were discovered in a wooded area, near the 14800 block of Glenkirk Road in Nokesville, during a search for Marsh, whose disappearance was first reported to police

One Prince William teen dead, 4 injured in Lorton crash The Prince William County teen killed in a one-car wreck in Lorton Friday morning was not the 14-yearold driver but rather one of the four 15-year-old passengers in the Nissan Maxima that struck a tree and flipped over on Furnace Road, according to Fairfax County police. Initial reports said the 14-yearold unlicensed driver, a resident of Prince William County, had been killed in the crash, but that was not correct, Fairfax police said Saturday. An updated report about the crash released by police Saturday said the initial report was wrong and that the 14-year-old driver was treated and released from an area hospital. Two other 15-year-old passengers remained in the hospital this weekend with non-life-threatening injuries. A fourth 15-year-old passenger was treated and released, the updated police report said. All of the boys are residents of Prince William County. Citing privacy laws, Fairfax police did not release their

May 4, said Prince William police Sgt. Jonathan Perok. Marsh’s family told officers he left home after an argument with his parents. The remains were positively identified by the medical examiner Thursday, June 7. Police do not suspect foul play in Marsh’s death, Perok said. Detectives are still awaiting the final

names or any identifying information. The Nissan was traveling south on Lorton Road when the driver lost control, left the road and struck a tree. The impact caused the vehicle to flip before coming to rest on its driver-side door, the police report said. The accident was reported to authorities at about 11:30 a.m. Friday, June 7, the report said. Detectives continue to investigate the crash to determine if speed was a factor but say alcohol was not a factor, the report said. Once the investigation is complete, the Fairfax Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office will be consulted for any potential charges.

Weekend flooding at Jiffy Lube Live blamed on clogged drainage pipe A soggy Saturday night at Jiffy Lube Live turned into an ordeal for some Dave Matthews Band fans who returned to the parking lot to find their cars submerged in flood waters. A clogged drainage pipe in a storm-water management pond at the outdoor music venue was to

results of the medical examiner’s report to determine the cause and manner of death, the press release said. Police declared Marsh “endangered” May 24 and involved the FBI in the effort to search for him. The investigation included “multiple ground and aerial searches,” according to the press release, as well as a sonar search of Lake Manassas.

blame for the flooding, according to a report the Prince William County Fire & Rescue Department tweeted out just before midnight Sunday. There were no injuries, but between 20 and 30 vehicles were damaged “requiring assistance from the scene,” the report said. Tow trucks were called to the scene to help people move their cars. It’s not clear how many vehicles were rendered undrivable.

Dumfries man indicted for fentanyl distribution A federal grand jury has indicted a Dumfries man on charges of distributing the pain killer fentanyl that resulted in a Virginia woman’s non-fatal overdose, authorities said. Since November 2017, Christopher Sorensen, 31, engaged in a conspiracy to distribute fentanyl, distributed fentanyl, distributed oxycodone and possessed fentanyl and oxycodone with the intent to distribute such substances, according to the indictment. Sorensen is charged with one count of fentanyl distribution causing serious bodily injury as well as

six other drug-distribution counts. If convicted, he faces a mandatory minimum of 20 years in prison and a maximum sentence of life in prison.

Smoking materials blamed for Lake Ridge house fire Four people were displaced by a house fire in the Lake Ridge area early Thursday morning, Prince William fire and rescue officials said. Fire and rescue units were dispatched to the 3000 block of Soffit Place at 1:11 a.m. for a reported house fire, according to a news release. When units arrived, they saw heavy fire and smoke coming from the house. The fire also spread to a shed and car, according to the news release. Crews were able to quickly extinguish the flames, the news release said. The occupants of the house were alerted to the fire by smoke detectors, fire and rescue officials said. The Red Cross was called to assist the four adults displaced by the fire. There were no injuries. The fire marshal’s office determined that improperly discarded smoking materials started the fire.

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Comstock, Wexton to face off in 10th District By James Ivancic Times Staff Writer

U.S. Rep. Barbara Comstock handily defeated a challenge from Shak Hill Tuesday for the Republican nomination for the 10th District seat in Congress. Comstock will face State Sen. Jennifer Wexton, D-33, who beat five challengers for the Democratic nomination in that party’s primary. With 99 percent of the vote in, two-term incumbent Comstock led

Hill by 60.6 percent to 39.4 percent, a margin of 27,898 votes to 18,138. The 10th District includes parts of Prince William and Fairfax counties as well as all of Loudoun, Clarke and Frederick counties and the cities of Manassas, Manassas Park and Winchester. The 10th District has received national attention this year because it is considered one of the country’s most competitive races. Comstock was not immediately available for comment.

Comstock campaign manager Susan Falconer said after the returns were in: “We thank the voters of the 10th District and all of our hard-working volunteers and staff who brought home this strong victory tonight. The congresswoman has a strong record of bipartisan accomplishment that are improving the lives of men, women, and children in our district and our country and she has delivered on common sense conservative results.” Wexton said in a statement that

she was “humbled and honored” by the outcome. She far outdistanced a field of five other candidates for the party’s nomination – Julia Biggins, Alison Friedman, Daniel Helmer, Paul Pelletier and Lindsey Davis Stover. Friedman came closest to Wexton, but was still 18 percentage points behind. With nearly 100 percent of the unofficial votes counted, Wexton had 22,288 votes to Friedman’s 12,250. Stover, Helmer, Pelletier and Biggins followed in that order.

Third time’s a charm for Corey Stewart STEWART, from Page 1 crowd, which numbered more than 100. Stewart, 49, said earlier Tuesday that, if he were to win, it would be because he ran a very aggressive race and tied himself to President Donald Trump. “Our whole message [at the] beginning of the campaign was to identify myself as a fighter and a strong supporter of President Trump, and I think, you know, my team did a good job of getting that message across,” Stewart said after he voted with his wife, Maria, and his oldest son, Isaac. It was the first time voting for Isaac Stewart, 18. The message Corey Stewart brought to the campaign trail included talk of illegal immigration, historical monuments and armed security in schools. Illegal immigration has been a signature Stewart issue for years. He championed a Prince William County regulation, passed in 2007 and put into practice in 2008, that requires police to check the immigration status of anyone arrested on criminal charges. As a U.S. senator, Stewart said he would work with Trump to check the immigration status of those arrested in every locality and remove illegal aliens from the population. Stewart also has come to be associated with advocating for the preservation of Confederate monuments, and he said that, if elected, he would sponsor legislation to amend the Antiquities Act of 1906 to federally protect historical monuments. On school security, Stewart said shootings are occurring because of a breakdown in society that began with taking God out of the schools. On the campaign trail, Stewart has said putting up “gun-free zone” signs at schools isn’t an effective way to protect students. The only way to stop a bad guy with a gun is

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Corey Stewart votes Tuesday morning with his wife, Maria, and his son, Isaac in Woodbridge. a good guy with a gun, Stewart said, pointing out that Prince William will launch a pilot program July 1 to place five armed civilian security guards in some of the county’s 61 elementary schools in addition to school-resource officers, sworn police personnel who patrol the middle and high schools. It’s a system Stewart said should be replicated across the country. Freitas, 38, is in his second term in the Virginia House and was endorsed by several prominent names. U.S. Sen. Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, and former Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, backed him, as did Dels. Michael Webert, R-18th, and Mark Cole, R-88th, who represent Fauquier County, and 5thCongressional District GOP nominee Denver Riggleman. Freitas was also the choice of local Republican activists Martha Boneta and Rick Buchanan. He won Fauquier and Culpeper counties when the vote was counted Tuesday night. At minutes before 9 p.m. an ever-smiling Freitas addressed a large group of supporters who had gathered at McMahon’s Irish Pub and Restaurant in Warrenton. “Stewart has won,” he began to a crowd of sighing “Nos!”

Del. Nick Freitas, joined by his wife, Tina, chats with a voter outside the Heritage Hunt polling place in Gainesville during Tuesday’s primary election.

“But, I want you to know that we started in relative obscurity and came within 1 percent, that’s unheard of and that’s because of you and all the others like you,” he said. “I said from the very beginning that this race was never about a candidate... We started Liberty Rising... It’s about a movement and we’re just as strong now as we were 10 minutes ago... you’ve got another candidate to get behind in Denver Riggleman,” stressed Freitas as he asked Riggleman to join him and his wife Tina at the microphone. Riggleman recently won the GOP nomination in the 5th District. “You need to take your energy and passion and get Riggleman, Dave Brat and others across the finish line in November,” Freitas added. “We’re not done, we’re just getting started... let’s win in November.” A national security consultant, he said during the campaign that he believes in strengthening the military but that the U.S. shouldn’t serve as the world’s police force. Also a Trump supporter, Freitas said he believes in lowering taxes and making the recent Trump administration tax cuts permanent. Freitas is up for re-election to his delegate’s seat next year. Reach Jonathan Hunley at jhunley@fauquier.com.

An historic win for Vangie Williams in the 1st District WILLIAMS, from Page 1 Republican support is likely crucial to any win in the district, which leans decidedly more red than the rest of the state. The party hasn’t held a primary to pick a candidate in the 1st District since 1976. A Democrat hasn’t won the seat since 1974. Wittman has held the seat since a special election in 2006 and has never won with less than about 59 percent of the vote in the years since. In 2017, 1st District voters picked Republican Ed Gillespie with 54

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Left, Edwin Santana talks with a voter outside Forest Park High School Tuesday.

percent of the vote even though Gillespie went on to lose Virginia to Gov. Ralph Northam (D) statewide by nearly 9 percentage points. Her victory is the latest Democratic victory led by women candidates. Williams joins fellow candidates such as Jennifer Lewis (VA-06), Abigail Spanberger (VA-07) and Jennifer Wexton (VA-10) in their bids for a congressional seat. On the campaign trail, Williams talked about the need to do a comprehensive transportation plan for the district, and she’s in favor of single-payer health care. She’s against assault weapons, coining a phrase that she said even Republicans like: “If it takes you 30 bullets to shoot a deer, you need to go fishing.” Reach Jill Palermo at jpalermo@ fauquier.com


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Dems pick, candidates to run for Manassas City Council Staff Reports In a weekend caucus, Manassas Democrats picked incumbent Manassas City Councilman Ken Elston, former council candidate Rex Parr Jr. and newcomer E. Michelle Davis-Younger to run for three Manassas City Council seats in November. The caucus, held at the Central Community Library, attracted 138 voters. Davis-Younger came out on top with 114 votes. Elston came in second with 88 votes, followed by Parr with 87 votes. Dr. Oliver T. Reid garnered 43 votes, which was not enough to earn a nomination. Three seats on the city council are up for re-election Nov. 6. They are currently held by Elston, Marc Aveni and Sheryl Bass. Aveni and Bass are both Republicans. Bass is not seeking re-election. Partisan control of the six-member Manassas City Council is once again up for grabs in the race. The council is currently split be-

tween Democrats and Republicans with both parties holding three seats. Democrats include Elston and Councilmembers Mark Wolfe and Pam Sebesky; while GOP councilmembers include Aveni, Bass and Ian Lovejoy. Mayor Hal Parrish, also a Republican, ran unopposed in the 2016 election and is not up for re-election until 2020. The mayor cannot vote on budgetary matters, however. If Democrats manage to hold onto Elston’s seat and win one additional seat, the city council could flip to Democratic control for the first time in the city’s modern history. The Manassas Republican Committee had scheduled a nominating event at the end of April but called it off when only three candidates filed to run. The GOP candidates are Aveni, the incumbent; Theresa Coates Ellis, who last tried for a council seat in 2016; and Amalfi Arias. Mike Freeland, chairman of the Manassas and Manassas Park Democratic Committee, congratulated

his party’s nominees in a statement issued Saturday afternoon. “Our Democratic nominees look forward to tackling the issues facing Manassas,” Freeland wrote. “They will have a special focus on ensuring that Manassas City’s schools are properly funded and that we are finding creative ways to stimulate economic development while adhering to smart growth practices.” Elston was elected to the Manassas City Council in 2014 and was the first Democrat elected to that body in nearly 40 years. He has been vocal in leading efforts to fund the city’s Capital Investment Plan and has advocated for the council’s funding of fire and rescue positions and of Fire Station 21. Elston is also a professor and the director of the School of Theater at George Mason University and has been a leader in national theater organizations. He has volunteered with many local nonprofits in the greater Manassas region during his 16 years as a city resident, according to a press

release issued by the Democratic Committee ahead of today’s vote. Davis-Younger is a lifelong Manassas-area resident and the founder and owner of The1ForHR, LLC, a human-resources consulting business in Old Town. She is a member of community organizations and is the director of an annual skateboard charity fundraiser for pediatric cancer research, the committee press release said. Parr is the former president and CEO of Didlake Inc., a nonprofit headquartered in Manassas that creates employment opportunities for people with disabilities. He has been active several community organizations, serving as chairman of the Prince William Chamber of Commerce and president of the Rotary Club of Manassas. He operates Rex Parr & Associates, a consultancy that advises small businesses and nonprofits. Parr was last on the ballot for city council in 2016, but lost to Sebesky, Wolfe and Lovejoy.

Ali Krieger Sports Complex is now open in Potomac Shores During a groundbreaking ceremony in October 2015, Ali Krieger – a 2016 Olympian and member of the 2015 Women’s World Cup championship team – said she looked forward to the day she could come back and open the new sports complex that would eventually bear her name. Krieger, a Prince William County native, recently got the chance to visit home and cut the ribbon for the Ali Krieger Sports Complex, which sits on 29.7 acres adjacent to St. John Paul the Great High School and includes seven rectangular, multi-purpose fields; a softball field; restrooms; a tot lot; and parking. “Out of every achievement in my career, I have to say this one means the most to me. Yes, even winning the World Cup, even being an Olympian, this definitely beats all of that and that’s because it comes from my home town,” said Krieger, who got her start in soccer playing with a team called the Prince William Sparklers. “Prince William County has helped mold me into the woman and professional that I am today, and for that, I am forever grateful.” Krieger, a Forest Park High School graduate who played with the National Women’s Soccer League’s Washington Spirits from 2013 to 2016 and now

plays for the Orlando Pride, also said she has high hopes for the fields and the children who will use them. “I’m so excited to see this complex become a home to make future dreams come true for young athletes playing the sports that they love. This complex will allow thousands of kids to live out their dream in this community, just like I did.” Chairman of the Board of County Supervisors Corey Stewart also spoke at the ribbon-cutting ceremony and said that the board knew that sporting facilities needed to be built to keep up with the county’s growing population of school children. “We knew that we needed to do something to upgrade our … park facilities including, and most importantly, construction of new fields.” Getting the complex built depended on partnerships between the county, St. John Paul the Great Catholic High School and SunCal, the developer of Potomac Shores, where the complex is located. Suncal built the complex, as part of a 2013 rezoning-proffer agreement. To fulfil the proffer agreement, the developer started construction of the complex as soon as the 500th house in Potomac Shores was finished.  The Prince William Board of County Supervisors and the Catholic

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Ali Krieger signs autographs Saturday at the grand opening of the Ali Krieger sports Complex near Potomac Shores. Diocese of Arlington entered into an agreement to allow the community and St. John Paul the Great High School to share the complex and parking.   “This is the kind of thing that makes it all work, this cooperation between the public and private sector, academia, in this case, the school,” Stewart said.

Potomac District Supervisor Maureen Caddigan said Krieger was named as one of the world’s 11 best women’s soccer players, so naming the complex after her fits. “It’s most deserving to have this complex named in her honor.” – Prince William County

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Northam talks budget, growth with Chamber By James Ivancic Times Staff Writer

Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam made it back to Richmond in time to sign the budget bill after addressing business and political leaders in Manassas Thursday. Northam touched on the new state budget, economic growth and job training during his remarks June 7 to about 150 people gathered at the Hylton Performing Arts Center on the George Mason University campus. The program was hosted by the Prince William Chamber of Commerce. It took a special session, negotiation and bipartisan support to get a two-year budget passed that expands Medicaid to about 400,000 additional low-income Virginians. “This may not be the easiest time to be a public servant, but it’s the most important,” Northam said. The new budget includes: • A boost to the commonwealth’s rainy-day fund and the new revenue reserve fund, bringing total deposits to nearly $1 billion by the end of the biennium. • Another $189 million in new general-fund resources for behavioral health and developmental services, including $84.1 million for community mental health services and $67 million to expand services for people with developmental disabilities.

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During his stop at George Mason University’s Manassas campus Thursday, June 7, Gov. Ralph Northam, center, posed with university President Angel Cabrera, far left, and state Sen. Jeremy McPike, right, in front of the statue honoring the late state Sen. Chuck Colgan, who was dressed for the Capitals’ game that night. • More than $530 million in general funds for K-12 education, and $131 million for a 3-percent pay raise for teachers and support

staff, effective July 1, 2019. • $87 million for a 2-percent pay raise for state and state-supported local employees, and another $38 million for a 2-percent merit raise for state workers with at least three years of service. The budget also provides $49 million for targeted pay raises for direct care staff at state behavioral health facilities; corrections officers at Department of Corrections and Juvenile Justice facilities; and marine police and deputy sheriffs. Northam told the audience that it is a “structurally sound budget that protects our triple-A bond rating.” As a physician, the governor said he felt strongly that more Virginians in need should be eligible for Medicaid. Northam also noted the commonwealth’s current average unemploy-

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ment rate of 3.3 percent is the lowest in 10 years but that unemployment is higher in rural regions, and more needs to be done to address it. Ralph Northam The governor said the commonwealth ranked fifth on Forbes magazine’s “best states for business” list last year, better than the ranking of 13th it had two years ago. Forbes ranks states based on business costs, labor supply, regulatory environment, economic climate, growth prospects, quality of life and population. Northam called for a greater push to create renewable energy, from sources such as from solar and wind. He set a goal of 30-percent reliance on renewable energy by 2030. He also called for “universal broadband” throughout the state to help students needing Internet access to do homework and business people conducting their work. “No region should be solely dependent on one industry. We need to diversify our economy and that comes down to workforce development,” Northam said. More can be done to promote apprenticeships, vocational education and two-year degree programs offered by community colleges that can lead to jobs, the governor said. Northam singled out cybersecurity, biotechnology, data collection and analysis, and biotechnology as job-growth areas. GMU President Angel Cabrera said that half of the 1,000 new students enrolled at the university are pursuing engineering degrees, and that GMU has the most graduates in information technology of any educational institution in Virginia. Cabrera said more students are enrolling from community college than from high school. GMU has a dual-admission program with Northern Virginia Community College to smooth the transition from the twoyear to four-year institution. A new program called ADVANCE creates a single point of admission, giving students a dedicated adviser to work with them from the time they enter NOVA through graduation from GMU. The program also provides more financial aid to needy students, he said. Cabrera said the nation’s work force needs both talent and those with ideas. “We need a new wave of entrepreneurs, and that’s where universities play a huge role,” Cabrera said. Reach James Ivancic at jivancic@ fauquier.com


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Haymarket budget keeps tax rates flat

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Rising property values push annual tax bills up $46

By James Ivancic Times Staff Writer

Tax rates are staying flat in the Town of Haymarket this year, but tax bills will rise an average $46 because of rising property values. The Haymarket Town Council approved the town tax rate along with a $2,643,824 operating budget during its regular monthly meeting June 4. The budget passed in a 5-to-1 vote with Vice Mayor Joe Pasanello dissenting. “I don’t think we need to raise taxes. We could have done better,”

Pasanello said. Pasanello challenged the new council members starting their two-year terms next month to “question and challenge when it comes to the budget.” The budget for the new fiscal year, which begins July 1, retains Haymarket’s real-estate property tax rate at $0.146 per $100 in assessed value. Haymarket landowners also pay real-estate taxes to Prince William County, which kept its tax rate flat for the coming fiscal year at $1.125 per $100 assessed value. Average county tax bills are also on the rise, however,

because property values are ticking up, generating an average annual increase for homeowners of $132. Newcomers to the town council, including Bond Cavazos, Madhu Panthi and Robert Day, were sworn in by Prince William County Clerk of Circuit Court Jacqueline C. Smith during the meeting, along with returning council members Connor Leake, Steve Shannon and Susan Edwards. The council terms start July 1. Haymarket’s new budget includes a $706,184 allocation for the town police department, the largest

budget item followed by $697,700 for town administration. Public works is getting $276,926, community development is receiving $106,773, museum and town events will get $75,150 and $75,000 is allocated to Haymarket Community Park improvements. Debt service amounts to $186,440, the pedestrian-improvement project was allocated $208,600 and the town center project will receive $203,951. Reach James Ivancic at jivancic@ fauquier.com

Online application showcases historical markers There’s good news for history buffs and those who have a goal of seeing all 101 historical markers in Prince William County. The county created a new, web-based application for users to learn about the location of historical markers and read the citations that each bear. “The web application is an innovative presentation of the Historical Commission’s Marker Guide with interactive maps that can be used on any device with a web browser and connection to the internet,” said Prince William County archeologist Justin Patton.

Patton said the markers recognize a wide range of subjects. “They identify locations of historic buildings and events,” he said. “They also recognize important persons and groups in the county’s shared past.” For example, the web application shows that one of the markers in Occoquan talks about Capt. John Smith exploring the region in 1608. Another at U.S. 1, near Prince William Forest Park, notes that in April 1781, the Marquis de Lafayette “passed through the county on the King’s Highway with a portion of Gen.

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With 130 felines in its care, shelter says no more cats By Jonathan Hunley Times Staff Writer

The Prince William County Animal Shelter has nearly reached its capacity for cats and isn’t taking in any healthy felines right now. It’s the time of the year when lots of cats are having kittens, and a large number of cats were dropped off at the shelter recently, which combined to fill the facility. “It just happened within the last week,” said Suzette Kapp, who manages the shelter. The shelter had 79 cats on the premises, as of this week, another 45 in foster care and six at adoption-partner sites, Kapp said. Adding many more to that total would create overcrowded conditions, so the shelter is taking in only those strays that appear to be injured, ill or in need of immediate assistance. “We do not euthanize animals for space or [for] time [in the shelter], so once we are at full capacity we have to manage our intake to avoid overcrowded conditions that lead to increased stress and illness,” said a post on the shelter’s Facebook page. Kapp said that she doesn’t know exactly why the shelter saw its recent influx of cats, but that sometimes people get rid of pets before summer vacation or if they’re about to move during the summer. Prince William County is set to

break ground in March on a new animal shelter that will accommodate 106 cats, but it won’t be finished until late 2020. The new, $14.2 million shelter will span more than 28,000 square feet, more than double the 11,000 square feet the shelter and out buildings total now. The new building, will accommodate 106 cats and 56 dogs, according to a county report. If you own a cat, and need to surrender it, the shelter asks that you call 703-792-6465 or email animalshelter@pwcgov.org, and your name will be placed on a list. And if you find a stray cat that does not have identification, the shelter asks that you first make the following attempts to find the owner: • Check for any visible identification, such as a tag. • If the cat can be placed in a carrier safely, take it to a local veterinarian clinic or bring it by the shelter to be scanned for a microchip. • Contact the shelter directly to place a “found report” on file. • Post on social media sites, such as Lost and Found Pets Prince William County VA. • Talk to your neighbors, and place posters in the area the cat was found. Reach Jonathan Hunley at jhunley@fauquier.com

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Landfill collects tattered flags for ceremonial retirement Prince William County residents can observe Flag Day, June 14, by retiring old or tattered American flags at the county landfill anytime during open hours. “The flag collection center provides an easy and convenient way for citizens to turn in their flags so that they can properly retired by the Boy Scouts,” Deborah Campbell, a communications specialist for the County’s Solid Waste Division said in a news release “This is a free service for residents, as well as businesses.” Local Boy Scout troops collect the

flags and ensure that they are properly disposed of and ceremoniously retired. “Flag retirement is a long-standing American tradition of respectfully and reverently burning flags that are no longer fit to be flown,” the news release said. The American Flag Collection Center, led by Scout Leader Dave Byrne, is a joint effort of the Boy Scouts of America Occoquan and Bull Run Districts, Keep Prince William Beautiful and Prince William County Solid Waste Division. “Let Flag Day serve as a reminder to

take a good look at your current flag, so that you can be prepared to display the nation’s colors for Independence Day on July 4th,” the news release said. If the American flag flying at your home or business is faded, torn, tattered or frayed, it should be replaced. Drop the old one off at the county’s collection centers. The partners who run the American Flag Collection Center consider safety in addition to tradition. Not all flags are safe to burn. For example, American flags made of nylon can release toxic fumes when burned. These flags will be

recycled in an appropriate manner. Flags are accepted at both the Prince William Landfill or the Balls Ford Road Compost Facility. The Prince William County Landfill is open Monday-Saturday from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Balls Ford Road Compost Facility is open Monday-Saturday from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Visit www.pwcgov. org/trashandrecycling for holiday closings and other Solid Waste Division programs and services.

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New Alamo Drafthouse Cinema opened this week Alamo Drafthouse is opened its new, eightscreen dine-in movie theater in Woodbridge’s Stonebridge at Potomac Town Center this week. It’s the second of two locations in Northern Virginia and third for franchise partner Cojeaux Cinemas. The other Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in the region is located in Ashburn. Cojeaux Cinemas had several reasons for choosing Woodbridge, including its large military presence, according to owner Anthony Coco. “Woodbridge is a city that’s rich with history, culture and a large and dedicated military community. We’re excited to be bringing the best cinematic experience in the world to the neighborhood,” Coco said in a statement. During staff-training days, Saturday, June 9, through Wednesday, June 13, food and non-alcoholic beverages were discounted while staff members learned the ropes at the new theater. The cinema has eight screens, including the

company’s first premium large-format auditorium, “The Big Show,” a 256-recliner-seat theater that features a state-of-the-art laser-projection system optimized for very large screens and immersive audio technology, the press release said. The other theaters are smaller, but all feature in-theater food and beverage service. A lobby bar, dubbed “Ghost Fleet,” will serve “an extensive selection of local and regional craft beers and hand-crafted cocktails,” according to a press release. One feature of the bar is a program Alamo Drafthouse calls “Charity on Tap.” The theater gives a portion of sales from one selection on tap to charity in a partnership with the brewer. During the first quarter after opening, Alamo will donate $1 to The Fisher House at Fort Belvoir for every pint of Port City Brewing Co.’s “Optimal” beer. Port City will also donate $.50, for a total donation of $1.50 for every pint poured, the press release said.

“Incredibles 2” will be playing on Alamo’s official opening day, Thursday, June 14. “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” opens Thursday, June 21. Here are a few other things to know about the Alamo Drafthouse Woodbridge: * Tickets are purchased online, not at the theater, at https://drafthouse.com/northern-virginia/theater/woodbridge • The theater offers 100-percent reserved seating with 100-percent oversized recliners in every theater. • Alamo Drafthouse will offer first-run films, independent and re-release films and curated specialty shows. • Alamo has a strict “no talking or texting” policy during each film. • While calling itself “family-friendly,” Alamo Drafthouse says it “caters to adults” and requires that guests 18 and under be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

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Timeless Perspective exhibit opens at Center for the Arts The Visual Expressions: A Timeless Perspective exhibit runs from June 13 through July 13 at the Center for the Arts in Manassas The mixed-media exhibit featuring 11 local artists from Visual Expressions, an “over 55” community art group that originated in Prince William County. It was established in 2014 to promote creative endeavors to stimulate the mind, reduce the effects of stress-related diseases, and slow cognitive decline. The group meets monthly to dis-

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Into the Woods: 7:30 p.m., Fauquier Community Theatre, 4225 Aiken Drive, Warrenton. Plays June 16 and June 17, performance at 2 p.m. Tickets: $12-14. fctstage.org. Rick Whitehead Trio live: 8 p.m. at Drum and Strum Listening Room, 102 Main St., Warrenton. Rick Whitehead, Steve Wolf and Nick Ruggieri present an evening of American music. Children 12 and younger free with parent/guardian. Tickets $20. Visit www.eventbrite.com. Contact: 540-347-7484. Senorita: 7:30 p.m. at Library of Congress Packard Campus Theater, 19053 Mount Pony Road, Culpeper. In this film parody of “The Mark of Zorro,” Senorita Francesca Hernandez is as skillful at riding, shooting, and fencing as any man. Musical accompaniment by Andrew Simpson. Free. Contact: 540-827-1079, ext. 79994

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A local band from Hume, Crossthreaded plays bluegrass, country and oldies. RSVP for dinner. Contact: 540-364-2774 Twilight Polo at Great Meadow: 5:30 – 11 p.m. 5089 Old Tavern Road in The Plains, Luau Night, food from Foster’s Grill, Greenhill Winery, three polo matches, dancing in the pavilion. Visit www.greatmeadow.org/tickets. Contact: 540-253-5000

June 22 Live Music at Peppers Grill, 791 Madison Road, Culpeper. Singer/pianist Mo Saffron starts at 8:30 p.m. Contact: 540-825-1037.

June 23 Randoll Rivers Country Music Show: 7-9 p.m., Flatbeds and Tailfins, 300 East Main St., Remington, Contact: 540-422-2507. Annie Stokes live on the Summer Stage: 5-8 p.m. Old Bust Head Brewery, 7134 Farm Station Road, Vint Hill, menu by Phat Yummies. Contact: 540-347-4777. Crossthreaded: 7 p.m., live at Orlean Market, 6855 Leeds Manor Road in Marshall. A local band from Hume, Crossthreaded plays bluegrass, country and oldies. RSVP for dinner. Contact: 540-364-2774

June 30 The Duskwhales live on the Summer Stage: 5-8 p.m. Old Bust Head Brewery, 7134 Farm Station Road, Vint Hill, menu by Fork’d. Contact: 540-347-4777.


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Celebrating the flag and all for which it stands Thursday, June 14, marks Flag Day, celebrating the resolution adopted by the Continental Congress “that the flag of the United States shall be of thirteen stripes of alternate red and white, with a union of thirteen stars of white in a blue field, representing the new constellation.” This flag was first carried into battle on September 11, 1777, at the Battle of the Brandywine. The American flag was first saluted by foreign naval vessels on February 14, 1778, when Captain John Paul Jones’ Ranger arrived in a French port. While there are many claims to the first celebration marking the flag’s birthday, most agree it was nearly a century after the flag’s adoption. It wasn’t until 1916 that it was officially proclaimed by President Woodrow Wilson, and not until 1949 that President Truman signed an Act of Congress designating June 14th of each year as National Flag Day. Rules governing the flag fall under the Federal Flag Code. Quoting a U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs document, the code “contains OUR VIEW rules for handling and displaying the U.S. flag” but contains no penalties for misusing the flag. States have their own flag codes and may impose penalties, but the federal code makes clear the flag is “a living symbol.” A symbol. Full of meaning for many of us. One we do not wish to see disrespected or desecrated. Yet, we are not a nation based on

symbols, we are a nation of laws. It is the Constitution that binds us. The Supreme Court has ruled twice that destruction of the American flag is protected by the Constitution – in Texas v. Johnson in 1989 and in U.S. v. Eichman in 1990. The First Amendment’s protection of free speech must take precedence, no matter how uncomfortable it makes us feel. The late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia put it this way in a 2012 interview with CNN: “If I were king, I would not allow people to go around burning the American flag. However, we have a First Amendment, which says that the right of free speech shall not be abridged – and it is addressed in par-

ticular to speech critical of the government, that was the main kind of speech that tyrants would seek to suppress.” The same could be said about kneeling during the national anthem, a controversial practice at the center of much recent debate. In 2016, some athletes in the NFL began kneeling during the national anthem to demonstrate against what they perceive to be ongoing police brutality mostly affecting African Americans. As other players showed support for the silent protest, the issue became yet another dividing flash point that many have used to their political advantage. Just last week, the Super

Bowl-winning Philadelphia Eagles were disinvited to the White House over the kneeling controversy, although no Eagles players kneeled during the regular season. It was later revealed that most of the players had declined the invitation. Amid all of this, it’s important to note one more Supreme Court ruling, a 6-3 decision on West Virginia State Board of Education v. Barnette, which was delivered on Flag Day in 1943, of all days. The court held that the Free Speech Clause of the First Amendment protects students from being forced to salute the American flag or say the Pledge of Allegiance in public school. The students in this case were Jehovah’s Witnesses, a religion that specifies the law of God supersedes the law of man. The decision, delivered by Justice Robert H. Jackson, said free speech and constitutional rights are “beyond the reach of majorities and officials.” “If there is any fixed star in our constitutional constellation, it is that no official, high or petty, can prescribe what shall be orthodox in politics, nationalism, religion, or other matters of opinion or force citizens to confess by word or act their faith therein.” On June 14, the nation celebrates our flag, a symbol of all the nation stands for: its people, of all races and creeds, and the grand experiment of democracy, freedom and liberty. Inherent in that liberty is the right to stand and recognize the U.S. flag and the national anthem – or not.

Historic budget supports health care, teachers, police By Scott Surovell Last week, the Virginia legislature, with my support, took several major steps forward. First, we agreed to expand Medicaid, health insurance for disabled and low-income Americans. Now, more than 36,000 people in the 36th Senate District receive their health care from Medicaid. This includes over 24,000 children whose parents now have no health care. Starting January 1, 2019, that will change. Medicaid expansion will GUEST OPINION provide health care to between 300,000 and 400,000 Virginians and create 30,000 new jobs, many of which will be right here in eastern Fairfax, Prince William and Stafford counties. It will also save taxpayers $180 million every two years by shifting charity care at state teaching hospitals and prisons to Medicaid. All of us pay for uninsured people who must resort to costly hospital emergency rooms for their care. Providing Medicaid coverage can help people avoid hospital emergency rooms for non-emergency care and will help limit insurance-premium increases. Virginia will pay 10 percent of

the cost of this program through a new tax on hospitals. This coupled with revenue from federal tax legislation resulted in $900 million available to appropriate State Sen. in our budget, and Scott Surovell we made significant investments. Second, we helped education. We approved an additional $105 million for Fairfax County ($575 per student), $94 million ($1,057 per student) for Prince William County and $18 million for Stafford County ($613 per student) over the next two years. The new budget also funds a 3-percent teacher salary increase and raises funds for state-supported preschool by $9 million. The budget also increases financial aid to higher education by more than $22 million. Third, the budget gives a much-needed 2-percent salary increase to state employees and a 5-percent pay increase to state troopers and deputy court clerks and an additional merit-based salary increase to longtime state employees. We also funded 1,700 Medicaid “waiver” slots or mechanisms to

provide services to intellectually or developmentally disabled adults and invested over $15 million new dollars in our mental health system. Fourth, we restored $180 million to our “rainy day” Fund. This will maintain the state’s financial integrity, which was recently questioned by our bond agencies. After nine years, we ended the scourge of vacant judgeships by funding all judicial vacancies effective July 1, 2019, including three in Fairfax County and one in Prince William County. We also funded the shortfall in court-appointed attorney fee money and provided funds to start new drug courts and mental health dockets, allowing people to receive treatment in lieu of harsh punishment. I succeeded in having six of my budget amendments funded including the four judgeships in the 36th District. The newly-opened Widewater State Park in Stafford County will finally have staff, six new state park employees. Virginia will provide nearly $400,000 for much needed technology upgrades at historic Gunston Hall on Mason’s Neck. Making Neabsco Creek navigable is now more likely because of my efforts with Del. Luke Torian to put Neabsco Creek first in line

for funds from a brand-new state dredging fund. This will save 1,000 boat slips, 50 jobs and three marinas which were threatened with closure because the Coast Guard unexpectedly designated Neabsco Creek as unnavigable. This budget was a long time coming. We first debated Medicaid expansion in the 2013 session and since that time, we have effectively relinquished nearly $10 billion in federal funds which could have helped to stabilize our economy and more importantly, saved some lives. Fortunately, we have now put politics aside and passed a budget which will change lives. This was one of the most rewarding weeks of my public service since I was elected nearly nine years ago. This protracted budget battle resulted in major investments in people and changed lives for hundreds of thousands of Virginians. I am proud I could help forward these advancements. Please email me at scott@ scottsurovell.org if you have any questions. It is an honor to serve as your state senator. Scott Surovell is a state senator and a Democrat elected to serve Virginia’s 36th District, which includes parts of Fairfax, Prince William and Stafford counties.


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‘WE KNEW WHAT WE WERE UP AGAINST’ Brentsville girls frustrated again by Warriors in final, lose 3-0 By Noah Fleischman Special to the Times

The Brentsville girls soccer team’s magical season ended Saturday as the Tigers fell to Western Albemarle 3-0 in the Class 3 state championship game at Roanoke College. The Warriors shut out the Tigers for the second straight year in the final. Western Albemarle led 1-0 at halftime before back-to-back second half goals put the game away. “We knew what we were up against, but we also knew it would be a tough opponent,” said Emily Reighard. “We went [into the state championship game] with a better idea of how they play and it would have been great getting revenge, but they are a really great team.” Perfect until the final, the Tigers (18-1) rolled through the regular season, going 13-0 and outscoring opponents 60-2. In the postseason, Brentsville continued dominating with a 24-0 run and another five shutouts. The Tigers outscored opponents 84-5 overall this spring. Brentsville eliminated Spotsylvania 2-0 in the state semis with Alexis Rhatican scoring 26 seconds into the match. “It was just a great combination play that worked out really well and we just found a way to finish and put the ball in the net,” said Rhatican, who scored seven goals this season.

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Alexis Rhatican (No. 7), Maria Mendo (No. 19), Cheyney Hite (No. 5) and the Brentsville Tigers completed a remarkable year on Saturday, falling in the Class 3 state final. Junior forward Catherine Forst scored the second goal in the semifinal in what would be the Tigers’ last goal in 2018. The Longwood University recruit finished with 32 goals and was named the Northwestern District and

Class 3 Region B Player of the Year. “Once I started scoring many goals, I got this new and exciting rush,” said Forst, who had four hat tricks this season. “Our team and myself included, started to play up to

our top level. I was very thankful for the team I had to make these goals happen and to make this season the best it could be.” The Tigers lose nine seniors but Forst is back for her senior year.

Bummer ending: Potomac baseball blanked in Class 5 final, 8-0 By Noah Fleischman Special to the Times

The drought in Dumfries extended to 30 years Saturday. Potomac’s baseball team vied for its first state championship since 1988, but the Panthers lost to Prince George, 8-0, in the Class 5 final at Deep Run High in Glen Allen. So they joined the 1996 Potomac team as a state runner-up. “If you don’t finish the job, what do you get? To me, we didn’t get the job done,” said Mike Covington, the Panthers’ 25th-year head coach. “I’ve had to go through this numerous times and these chances don’t come all the time.” Covington won his 13th district-level championship this season, giving Potomac its 25th title in history, but he still hasn’t won a state championship despite the Panthers’ 22-5 record this spring. Prince George starting pitcher Buck Forbes made sure of that by keeping Potomac’s bats quiet. He nearly pitching a perfect game, allowing only one hit with zero walks and seven strike-

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T.J. Reney and the Panthers went 22-5 and fell in the Class 5 title game. outs for a complete game victory. “We were just very uncharacteristic. We didn’t do the things that we coached them to do,” Covington said. “If you don’t learn a lesson from this you won’t get over the last hump.”

Brandon Cleveland produced Potomac’s lone hit with a bunt single to lead off the fourth inning, but the Panthers stranded him on second base to end the inning. The Royals, meanwhile, scored

four runs in the top of the third inning with the help of four Potomac errors and a solo home run. The Panthers finished the game with five errors, but four Potomac pitchers also combined to allow eight hits and seven walks. “I thought every pitcher that we brought in today had no breaking balls, and didn’t have a good enough fastball to get away with having no breaking ball,” Covington said. Prince George used many infield singles to put runners on base before driving them in. That’s the same tactic that Potomac often used this season to qualify for the state tournament. “They did to us, what we normally do to other teams,” Covington said. “They were a hair faster than we were and they made the plays.” Brody Mack started on the rubber for Potomac and had one of his shortest pitching outings of the season, lasting only 2 1/3 innings. He allowed four runs (three earned) on three hits while walking two and striking out one. Josue Cumba pitched the next 3 See BASEBALL, Page 18


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Battlefield baseball falls to Lake Braddock, 6-5, in state quarters By Jeff Malmgren Times Staff Writer

The Battlefield Bobcats appeared poised to clinch a trip to the state semifinals after scoring five runs in the bottom of the fourth inning June 5. But Lake Braddock responded with a five-run sixth inning to rally for a 6-5 victory over the Bobcats in the quarterfinals of the Class 6 state tournament on the road in Haymarket. With two outs in the sixth, Jack Darcy hit a two-run triple that scored the decisive runs and ended Battlefield’s season at 19-6. The Bruins (21-5) went on to lose to eventual champion West Springfield, 6-2, in the semifinals. Battlefield was hurt by four errors in the quarterfinal game as starting pitcher Zach Agnos took the loss despite allowing only three unearned runs on five hits and three walks while striking out five batters over five innings. Reliever Casey Rosenthal also had three unearned runs on one hit and two walks with one strikeout over two innings. The Bruins took a 1-0 lead in the second inning before falling behind 5-1 in the fourth. For Battlefield, Jake Michna went 2-for-3 with two RBIs, one run and one double, while Carter Cunningham had one RBI and one run on

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Junior Zach Agnos and the Bobcats completed another strong campaign, going 19-6 and losing a close game to Lake Braddock in the Class 6 quarterfinals.

Brentsville’s strong run at the Class 3 state title ended with a hard-luck 8-6 semifinal loss to Spotsylvania, which won the state title the next day.

1-for-3 hitting. Going 1-for-3 each were Casey Rosenthal (one RBI) and Austin Estridge (one run).

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Tigers lose in state baseball semis, 8-6 By Jeff Malmgren Times Staff Writer

The Brentsville Tigers appeared on the verge of becoming a state finalist last Friday when they put two runners on with no outs in the bottom of the seventh inning of a tie game in the Class 3 semifinals at Salem Memorial Stadium. Instead, Spotsylvania escaped to set up an eighth inning in which the Knights scored the winning runs on Trevor Croson’s two-out, tworun single for an 8-6 victory. Spotsylvania (20-5) then downed Abington 13-8 in the championship game Saturday. After opening the year 1-4, Brentsville (17-7) rebounded to finish on a 14-2 run with six consecutive victories entering Friday. That stretch included a 6-3 victory over

Spotsylvania on May 31 in the Region B championship. In the rematch, Brentsville fell behind 4-1 in the top of the fifth inning before taking the lead with four runs in the bottom of that inning. Spotsylvania scored once in the top of the sixth to force extra innings. Garrett Cornell led the Tigers with three RBIs, two doubles and one run on 2-for-3 hitting with one walk, while Mason Posey went 2-for-3 with two doubles, two walks, one RBI and one run. Jake DeLisi added one RBI, one steal and one walk on 2-for-2 hitting, while Billy Hoad had two runs and one RBI despite 0-for-4 hitting with a walk. Alex Seymour took the loss despite allowing only one hit and one walk. A two-out error cost him three unearned runs.

Panthers finish impressive 22-5 season BASEBALL, from Page 17 2/3 innings, tossing 76 pitches. He allowed three runs on four hits and walked three with one strikeout. “Tried to do everything that he’s been asked to do all year long,” Covington said of Cumba. “He battled, and I thought all the way through the week and state playoffs he’s been the one consistent” player. “He threw the ball well today,” Cov-

ington said. “Without his breaking ball, but he found a way to get [batters] out.” Potomac was coming off a strong 7-0 victory over Freedom (South Riding) in the state semifinals Friday. “As well as we played yesterday, we played [conversely] as bad today,” Covington said Saturday. “Yesterday we played above our head and today we played as bad as we probably could.”


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15,000 historical bricks for sale. Made during Civil War. From historical house used as hospital during war. Between 4-7pm call 434-363-1290

Loom: kiln-dried, mountian ash, 45 inches, 8 harness, 10 treddle w/ attachments, includes stool, warper, reeds, spool rak, shuttles, etc. $1000 OBO. 540-727-0567

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Olympic merch $2+ ea, Sports cards $3+, playing cards $3+ ea, Disney Merch $3+ ea, 571-344-4300

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10” Compound Miter Saw w/blade & “how to” booklet.Excellent condition. $85. Ron 540-347-3894 45 RPM records (lots of 100) 0.50-$1.00 ea, comics $2+ ea, beanies $2+ ea, pez $1+ ea, 571-344-4300 6 - Metal lawn chairs. $10 each. 540-937-4513

Pair of tall metal lockers, red lthr couch, 2 Deere mowers not working, 1996 Chevy Tahoe not working, antique iron garden furn, large, colorful wood cigar store Indian, & lots of other odd bits. Coming up an indoor/outdoor sale of gallery art etc. & workshop opportunities. 540-341-7527.

ABC Licenses Full name(s) of owner(s): KRB Enterprises LLC Trading as: Taste of India 14706 Lee Highway, Gainesville, Prince William County, Virginia 20155 The above establishment is applying to the VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL (ABC) for a Beer and Wine on premise license to sell or manufacture alcoholic beverages. Ram K Bista, Owner Note: Objections to the issuance of this license must be submitted to ABC no later than 30 days from the publishing date of the first of two required newspaper legal notices. Objections should be registered at www.abc.virginia.gov or 800-552-3200.

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Run Plaza LLC

8ft. Olhausen 30th Anniversary pool table. Practically brand new. All equipment included, including wall rack. $500 email:lgbrosgol@ gmail.com

Record albums $5+ ea, Sports illustrated mags incld swimsuit $5+ ea, Old books $7+ ea, snoppy merch $1+ ea, 571-344-4300

Trading as:

Ballet masquerade Barbie, Avon exclusive. $60.00. 540-937-4513

Shopsmith, dust collector, band saw, pressure washer. Good c o n d i t i o n . 540-825-1061

The above establishment is applying to the VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL for Wine and Beer On Premises license to sell or manufacture alcoholic beverages. Pragnesh Gandhi, Member NOTE: Objections to the issuance of this license must be submitted to ABC no later than 30 days from the publishing date of the first of two required newspaper legal notices. Objections should be registered at www.abc. virginia.gov or 800-552-320.

Black metal futon frame. $50.00. 540-937-4513 Computer desk with wheels. $45. 540-937-4513 Console Game table, play 6 casino games. $50.00. 540-937-4513 Elvis memorabilia, Yankee memorabilia, Celtics Merch, Lardro, Hot Wheels/Matchbox cars 571-344-4300 END ROLLS. We have newspaper end rolls. Very limited. Located at Fauquier Times, 540-878-2491 FREE - FREE - FREE Do you have stuff??? We want to clean you out!! Reach 75,000

readers through the Fauquier Times, Gainesville Times, Prince William Times ALSO online! Run an item for a cost of $99 or less in the merchandise for sale section and your 5 line ad will be free!!! $100 or more the cost is only $7. Over 5 lines will be priced at $1 per line. (18 characters per line) To place your ad call 540-351-1664, e m a i l t o : classifieds@ fauquier.com or online at Fauquier. com. Deadline is Friday, 3pm. Private party only.

Gas golf cart. White with roof and windshield. $1,000 OBO. Call 540-219-5124 Grohe Bridegford single lever kitchen faucet - minimally used brushed nickle - $125. We have a Excellent condition. lmechem@ juno.com. Place your ad today 888-351-1660

S t a g e c o a c h Tr a v e l trunk. Inside drawer. $300. 703-678-3775 Yakima 2bike carrier Like new. Connects to auto or truck. Purchased for $259. Used twice.Asking $175. Ron at 540-347-3894

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YARD CLEAN UP TREE WORK

Grass cutting, mulching, aerating, all aspects.

540-395-4814; 540-364-2682

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Legal Notices NOTICE ABANDONED WATERCRAFT Notice is hereby given that the following watercraft has been abandoned for more than 60 DAYS on the property of: Tyme N´ Tyde Inc,14603 Featherstone Road, Woodbridge, Va. 22191, 703-491-5116. Description of Watercraft: 1985 Chriscraft with hull identification number CCBAF184B585 and registration number VA463 MMApplication for Watercraft Registration/Title will be made in accordance with section 29.1-733.25 of the Code of Virginia if this watercraft is not claimed and removed within 30 days of first publication of this notice. Please contact the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries with questions.

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ143091-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re CHOPIN NOLASCO, CHRISTIAN The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF CHOPIN NOLASCO, CHRISTIAN JJ143091-01-00 CHOPIN NOLASCO, RODRIGO JJ143091-01-00 It is ORDERED that the defendant JOSE SALVADOR CHOPIN appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 07/26/2018; 10:00AM Helen Cisler, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ143012-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re VASQUEZ, MELANIE AMAYA The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF MELANIE AMAYA VASQUEZ It is ORDERED that the defendant WILVER YEINNER VASQUEZ MEDRANO appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 07/05/2018; 10:30AM Justine Bailey, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ098658-03-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re HUNT, JAYLA SEMAJ ESTELLE The object of this suit is to: CUSTODY OF MINOR CHILD JAYLA SEMAJ ESTELLE HUNT

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It is ORDERED that the defendant JAMES W HUNT; JR appear at the abovenamed Court and protect his or her interests on or before 07/25/2018; 10:00AM Helen Cisler, Deputy Clerk

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ129721-01-01 JJ129722-01-01 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re MARTINEZ-LEMUS, JOSELYN MARTINEZ-LEMUS, VICTORIA The object of this suit is to: AMEND CUSTODY OF JOSELYN MARTINEZ LEMUS and VICTORIA MARTINEZ LEMUS It is ORDERED that the defendant HERBERT MARTINEZ AREVALO appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 07/31/2018; 10:30AM Susan Seitz, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ143058-01-00 JJ143057-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re MORAZAN MARTINEZ, MANUEL MORAZAN MARTINEZ, MARIA C The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF MANUEL MORAZAN MARTINEZ and MARIA C MORAZAN MARTINEZ It is ORDERED that the defendant MANUEL MORAZAN CHAVARRIA appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 07/26/2018; 10:30AM Keshara Luster, Deputy Clerk


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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ140290-02-00 JJ140291-02-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re HARRIS, MAKAIO J T HARRIS, LAYLA A M The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF MAKAIO JASPER TREVON HARRIS AND LAYLA AOLANI MICHELLE H ARRIS It is ORDERED that the defendant DELANDIS TREVON HARRIS appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 07/09/2018; 10:30AM Keshara Luster, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ108883-01-01; JJ108884-01-01; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re ESCOBAR SANTOS, LINDSEY SARAY; ESCOBAR SANTOS, ESTAFANIA A The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF ESCOBAR SANTOS, LINDSEY SARAY; ESCOBAR SANTOS, ESTAFANIA A It is ORDERED that the defendant SANTOS, IRIS ODALIS appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 07/11/2018; 10:30AM Tina Cha, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ143028-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re CABRERA CRUZ, RICARDO ANTONIO The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN SOLE LEGAL AND PHYSICAL CUSTODY OF CABRERA CRUZ, RICARDO ANTONIO It is ORDERED that the defendant CURZ, LILIANA MARELIN appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 07/20/2018; 10:30AM Tina Cha, Deputy Clerk

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ142920-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re VAQUEDANO VASQUEZ, JHONATAN The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF VAQUEDANO VASQUEZ, JHONATAN It is ORDERED that the defendant JORGE ALBERTO VAQUEDANO IMBOTT appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/28/2018; 10:30AM Susan Seitz, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ142937-01-00 JJ142938-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re VASQUEZ CORTEZ, KADELIN G and VASQUEZ CORTEZ, DENNIS STEVEN The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF VASQUEZ CORTEZ, KADELIN G and VASQUEZ CORTEZ, DENNIS STEVEN It is ORDERED that the defendant VASQUEZ LOPEZ, DENNIS L appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 07/12/2018; 10:30AM Karina Sandoval, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ132893-03-00; JJ132984-02-01; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re WOLFE, SKYLAR J; WOLFE, DAVID E, III The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF WOLFE, SKYLAR J; WOLFE, DAVID E, III It is ORDERED that the defendant CRYSTAL JACKSON appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/25/2018; 10:30AM Justine Bailey, Deputy Clerk

Bids & Proposals

LEGAL NOTICE On Monday, June 25, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. the Manassas City Council will accept bids pursuant to Virginia Code Sec. 15.2-2101 and conduct a public hearing on any bids submitted from persons interested in obtaining a City-wide nonexclusive franchise for the installation, operation and maintenance of underground telecommunication conduits in public rights-of-way within the City of Manassas. The public hearing and acceptance of bids will take place in the Council Chambers of City Hall, 9027 Center Street, Manassas, Virginia. The term of the franchise will be twenty (20) years, subject to such other terms and conditions as are set forth within the proposed franchise ordinance, the full text of which is on file in the Office of the Clerk of City Council. The minimum acceptable fee for the conduit franchise shall be no less than $1.00 for each linear foot of each conduit installed within any City right-of-way. Interested parties are invited to submit bids for the conduit franchise. Bids must be in writing and should be delivered to the Clerk of City Council, City Hall, 9027 Center Street, Room 101, in a sealed envelope, on or before June 25, 2018 at 5:30 p.m. Bids may also be submitted at the City Council meeting prior to the public hearing. After all bids are announced Council will hold a public hearing, pursuant to Virginia Code Sec. 15.2-1800. Any person may appear at the public hearing to express their views on the proposed franchise. Each bid shall describe the benefits, financial and otherwise, that the bidder offers to the City in return for the privileges set forth in the proposed franchise, and shall identify the bidder by name. The City of Manassas reserves the right to reject a higher bid in favor of a lower bid if it is in the best interests of the City to do so, or to reject any or all bids received in response to this advertisement. The person or corporation to whom the franchise is awarded shall reimburse the City for the cost of this advertisement.

ORDER OF PUBLICATION Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ142920-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re VAQUEDANO VASQUEZ, JHONATAN The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF VAQUEDANO VASQUEZ, JHONATAN It is ORDERED that the defendant DORIS SUYAPA VASQUEZ GARCIA appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/28/2018; 10:30AM Susan Seitz, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ142842-01-00; JJ142843-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re GONZALEZ, JAYDEN MANUEL; GONZALEZ, EVA ROSE The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF GONZALEZ, JAYDEN MANUEL; GONZALEZ, EVA ROSE It is ORDERED that the defendant MANUEL GONZALEZappear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 07/09/2018; 10:30AM Keshara Luster, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ142964-01-00; JJ142965-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re IBRAM, YOUSIF MAHMOUD; IBRAHIM, OMAR, JJ142965-01-00; The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF IBRAM, YOUSIF MAHMOUD, JJ142964-01-00; IBRAHIM, OMAR; It is ORDERED that the defendant MAHER, NADA MOHAMED appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 07/05/2018; 10:00AM Helen Cisler, Deputy Clerk

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ138819-02-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re GODOY SOTO, ANIBAL ENRIQUE The object of this suit is to: PETITION FOR CUSTODY OF ANIBAL ENRIQUE GODOY SOTO It is ORDERED that the defendant EAGAR ANIBAL GODOY LOPEZ appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 07/27/2018; 10:00AM Helen Cisler, Deputy Clerk


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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ143008-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re FLORES BONILLA, JUSTIN STEVEN The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF JUSTIN STEVEN FLORES BONILLA It is ORDERED that the defendant ELVIN GEOVANI FLORES GONZALEZ appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 07/05/2018; 10:30AM Justine Bailey, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ136969-01-01 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re MCCRAY, MIKHAIL J The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF MIKHAIL J MCCRAY It is ORDERED that the defendant MIKHAIL D MCCRAY appear at the abovenamed Court and protect his or her interests on or before 07/27/2018; 10:30AM Keshara Luster, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ142837-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re RODRIGUEZ BAIRES, HECTOR I The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF HECTOR I RODRIQUEZ BAIRES It is ORDERED that the defendant JOSE LUIS RODRIGUEZ appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/27/2018; 10:30AM Keshara Luster, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ142920-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re VAQUEDANO VASQUEZ, JHONATAN The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF VAQUEDANO VASQUEZ, JHONATHAN It is ORDERED that the defendant JORGE ALBERTO VAQUEDANO IMBOTTappear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/28/2018; 10:30AM Susan Seitz, Deputy Clerk

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NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE Pursuant to the Order of Sale entered in case No. CL 16006983 in Prince William County Circuit Court, and the Declaration of Unit Owners Association of Antietam Woods Condominiums (hereinafter “Antietam Woods”) recorded in Deed Book 1125 at Page 1690 among the land records of Prince William County, a Special Commissioner of Sale shall offer for sale at public auction and then sell to the highest bidder, on July 6, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. in front of the Prince William County Court House, located at 9311 Lee Avenue, Manassas, Virginia, the property described below: Unit Numbered 2-6, Phase 1, Antietam Woods Condominium, commonly known as 2875 Burgundy Place, Woodbridge, Virginia 22192 The Property is being sold in “AS IS” condition and SUBJECT TO any unpaid real estate taxes and the Deed of Trust dated August 23, 2007 in favor of Mortgage Registration Systems, Inc. in the face amount of $219,000.00 recorded in the Prince William County land records. TERMS OF SALE: ALL CASH The successful bidder (hereinafter “Purchaser”) must pay a deposit of 10% of the sale price in the form of certified funds, at the time the bid is accepted. The Purchaser shall complete settlement on the purchase of the Property at such place designated by the Special Commissioner within ten days of the date of sale. The balance of the purchase price shall be due in certified funds at settlement. At such time, the Purchaser shall pay for all costs incident to the settlement. For information contact: Raymond A. Ceresa 20605 Gordon Park Sq, Suite 170 Ashburn, Virginia 20147 (703) 726-9500

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ142872-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re ABARCA DELGADO, KELLY NICOLLE The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF ABARCA DELGADO, KELLY NICOLLE It is ORDERED that the defendant ABARCA PALACIOS, ROMAN D appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 07/17/2018; 10:30AM Karina Sandoval, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ142241-01-00 JJ142241-02-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re HANNA, PATRICE JAYANI The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY AND VISITATION OF HANNA, PATRICE JAYANI It is ORDERED that the defendant MALONE, ARIANNA appear at the abovenamed Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/26/2018; 10:30AM Tina Cha, Deputy Clerk

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ142784-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re GARCIA, GABRIELA NICOLLE The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF GARCIA, GABRIELA It is ORDERED that the defendant GARCIA, GABRIEL appear at the abovenamed Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/25/2018; 10:00AM Pearl Carter-Bush, Deputy Clerk

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ143010-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re PICKRELL, BRANDON LEE The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF BRANDON LEE PICKRELL It is ORDERED that the defendant ROBERT PICKRELL III appear at the abovenamed Court and protect his or her interests on or before 07/05/2018; 10:30AM Justine Bailey, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ141849-02-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re CHILTON ILLESCAS, AYNI BLYTHE The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF AYNI B CHILTON It is ORDERED that the defendant JOHN ROSS CHILTON appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 07/10/2018; 10:30AM Keshara Luster, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ141300-02-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re MAJANO ARIAS, DANIELA E The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF DANIELA ELIZABETH MAJANO ARIAS It is ORDERED that the defendant NAFTALI RAMIREZ appear at the abovenamed Court and protect his or her interests on or before 07/09/2018; 10:30AM Keshara Luster, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ131939-03-01; JJ131940-03-01 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re AYALA, GISSELLE; AYALA, SOFIA The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF AYALA, GISSELLE; AYALA, SOFIA It is ORDERED that the defendant HERNANDEZ AYALA, CARLOS appear at the abovenamed Court and protect his or her interests on or before 05/31/2018; 10:30AM Justine Bailey, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ140745-01-01 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re LOPEZ MONCADA, MARCOS DAVID The object of this suit is to: FIX THE NAME AND DOB OF LOPEZ MONCADA, MARCOS DAVID It is ORDERED that the defendant LOPEZ RODRIGUEZ, MARCOS A appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/29/2018; 10:30AM Karina Sandoval, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ142867-02-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re ISLAM, TANJUDUL The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF ISLAM, TANJUDUL It is ORDERED that the defendant NAZMA AKTHER appear at the abovenamed Court and protect his or her interests on or before 07/05/2018; 10:30AM Justine Bailey, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ142873-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re MENDEZ BENITES, ROSIE D The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF MENDEZ BENITES, ROSIE D It is ORDERED that the defendant MENDEZ, JAVIER appear at the abovenamed Court and protect his or her interests on or before 07/17//2018; 10:30AM Karina Sandoval, Deputy Clerk


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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ142839-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re LOPEZ COTO, XOCHILT The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF LOPEZ COTO, XOCHILT It is ORDERED that the defendant PEDRO LOPEZ ESPINOZA appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 07/09/2018; 10:30AM Keshara Luster, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ142840-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re WHITE, JAHMERE AARON The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF WHITE, JAHMERE AARON It is ORDERED that the defendant DAQUAN AARON MURCHISON appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 07/09/2018; 10:30AM Keshara Luster, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ142841-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re CLAROS AYALA, ROBERTO CARLOS The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF CLAROS AYALA, ROBERTO CARLOS It is ORDERED that the defendant ROBERTO CARLOS CLAROS MARIN appear at the abovenamed Court and protect his or her interests on or before 07/09/2018; 10:30AM Keshara Luster, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ076168-04-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re BIZZEL, MATE´O JOELL The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF MATEO BIZZEL It is ORDERED that the defendant STARR WALTER HAMILTON JR appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 07/12/2018; 10:30AM Keshara Luster, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ140021-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re WOLSTENHOLME, KENNEDY The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF WOLSTENHOLME, KENNEDY It is ORDERED that the defendant JOSEPH ROUBIE appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/21/2018; 10:30AM Helen Cisler, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ141694-02-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re RODRIGUEZ RODRIGUEZ, VALERIA D The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF RODRIGUEZ RODRIGUEZ, VALERIA D It is ORDERED that the defendant RODRIGUEZ, ERICK ANTONIO appear at the abovenamed Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/27/2018; 10:30AM Tina Cha, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ142930-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re QUINTANILLA MARTINEZ, ASHLY DA The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF QUINTANILLA MARTINEZ, ASHLY DA It is ORDERED that the defendant JOSE FELIX REYES GONZALEZ appear at the abovenamed Court and protect his or her interests on or before 07/02/2018; 10:30AM Susan Seitz, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ142838-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re CONTEH, JAHMIEL The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF CONTEH, JAHMIEL It is ORDERED that the defendant CAPRICE CHANTELLE SULLIVAN appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 07/09/2018; 10:30AM Keshara Luster, Deputy Clerk

PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS ONE COUNTY COMPLEX COURT PRINCE WILLIAM, VIRGINIA 22192 June 26, 2018 2:00 p.m. 1. To Consider a Land Sale Agreement for 12-16 acres of land located at 9405 Discovery Boulevard – To consider the potential sale, at a rate of $5.00 per square foot for a parcel between 12-16 acres for a total sales price between $2,613,600 - $3,484,800 of a parcel of property owned by the Board of County Supervisors, pursuant to the Board’s authority under Section 15.2-1800 et seq. of the Code of Virginia. The parcel is identified as a portion of 9405 Discovery Boulevard and as Prince William County GPIN 7695-06-5982. The parcel is bordered on the west by Discovery Boulevard, on the north by the access road to the properties located at 9345 and 9385 Discovery Boulevard, and on the east by Prince William Parkway. The sale is proposed to a company for the development of a corporate headquarters and ancillary activities – Economic Development

7:30 p.m. 1. Special Use Permit #SUP2018-00012, Wawa at Davidson Place To allow a motor vehicle fuel station with a quick service food store, restaurant, and sign modification. The property is addressed 10691 Davidson Place, and is identified on County Maps as GPIN 7697-33-5350. The site is partially located in the Data Center Opportunity Overlay District, is zoned B-1, General Business, and is designated REC, Regional Employment Center, in the Comprehensive Plan - Gainesville Magisterial District - Planning 2. Rezoning #REZ2017-00024, Liberia Avenue To rezone a 16.21-acre site from O(M), Office Mid-Rise, to B-1, General Business, allow an increase in floor area ratio, and approve modifications. The property is located at the northeastern quadrant of the intersection of Prince William Parkway (Route 234) and Liberia Ave; is identified on County maps as GPIN 7895-24-5376; is zoned O(M); is located within the Prince William Parkway Highway Corridor Overlay District; and is designated CEC, Community Employment Center, in the Comprehensive Plan. The subject application is companion to Special Use Permit #SUP2017-00049, Liberia Avenue Continuing Care Retirement Community - Coles Magisterial District - Planning 3. Special Use Permit #SUP2017-00049, Liberia Avenue Continuing Care Retirement Community - To allow a continuing care retirement community. The property is located at the northeastern quadrant of the intersection of Prince William Parkway (Route 234) and Liberia Ave; is identified on County maps as GPIN 7895-24-5376 (part); is zoned O(M); is located within the Prince William Parkway Highway Corridor Overlay District; and is designated CEC, Community Employment Center, in the Comprehensive Plan. The subject application is companion to Rezoning #REZ201700024, Liberia Avenue - Coles Magisterial District - Planning 4. Design and Construction Standards Manual (DCSM) Amendments to Sections 300 and 600 – Amend sections 300 (Fire Safety Systems) and 600 (Transportation) of the DCSM for administrative reorganization purposes, streetlight updates, bicycle parking standards, street construction and occupancy, GIS addressing and travelway turnaround for emergency vehicles – Countywide - Planning For additional information, contact Lee Ann Green, Acting Clerk to the Board of County Supervisors, at 703-792-6600. You may appear at the Board of County Supervisors’ Chamber in the McCoart Building, One County Complex Court, Prince William, Virginia, at the designated time to express your views. ACCESSIBILITY TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES: The hearings are being held at a public facility believed to be accessible to persons with disabilities. Any persons with questions on the accessibility of the facility should contact Lee Ann Green, Acting Clerk to the Board, at One County Complex Court, Prince William, Virginia, or by telephone at (703) 792-6600 or TDD (703) 792-6295. Persons needing interpreter services for the deaf must notify the Clerk to the Board no later than Thursday, June 21, 2018. Run Date: June 13 and June 20, 2018

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ143028-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re CABRERA CRUZ, RICARDO ANTONIO The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN SOLE LEGAL AND PHYSICAL CUSTODY OF CABRERA CRUZ, RICARDO ANTONIO It is ORDERED that the defendant CABRERA SORTA, RICHARDO appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 07/20/2018; 10:30AM Tina Cha, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ1141982-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re PHILLIP, JADE The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF PHILLIP, JADE It is ORDERED that the defendant CLINTON PHILLIP appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 07/02/2018; 10:30AM Helen Cisler, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ142867-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re ISLAM, TANJUDUL The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF ISLAM, TANJUDUL It is ORDERED that the defendant JOSEPH ROUBIE appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/26/2018; 10:30AM Keshara Luster, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ142865-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re CANO ANAYAM AXEL M The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF CANO ANAYAM AXEL M It is ORDERED that the defendant JOSEPH ROUBIE appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/14/2018; 10:00AM Justine Bailey, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ129051-02-00 JJ142604-01-00 JJ142605-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re MINKAH, DENNIS OBORDUM, JR MINKAH, D´LEIGHNA GYMM MINKAH, VINCENT LIAM The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF MINKAH, DENNIS O JR; MINKAH, D’LEIGHNA GYMM; MINKAH, VINCENT LIAM It is ORDERED that the defendant MINKAH, DENNIS O SR appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 07/26/2018; 10:30AM Karina Sandoval, Deputy Clerk

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PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS ONE COUNTY COMPLEX COURT PRINCE WILLIAM, VIRGINIA 22192 June 19, 2018 2:00 p.m. 1. To Consider Amendments to Chapters 4 (Animal and Fowl), 13 (Motor Vehicles and Traffic), 16 (Miscellaneous Offenses), 20.4 (Secondhand Merchants/Pawnbrokers), and 26 (Taxation), of the County Code to Reflect Parallel Enabling Sections of the Code of Virginia, which are to be Effective July 1, 2018 – Attorney’s Office 2. To Consider Amendments to Chapter 27, Articles I-VII, Sections 27-9, 27-12, 27-14, 27-20, 27-27, 27-84, 27-115, 27-116, 27-132, 27-134, 27-135, 27-136, 27-138, 27-139, 27-153, AND 27-154 of the County Code Regarding Taxicabs to Enhance the Service Provided to the Citizens of Prince William County - Police 3. Authorize Conveyance and Vacation of Various Easements on County-Owned Properties Located at 10200, 10210, and 10230 Carnoch Way in Connection with Special Use Permit # PLN2015-00067, 7-Eleven at Sudley Manor Drive and the Vint Hill Road Widening (Sudley Manor Drive to Garry Glen Drive) Project – Brentsville Magisterial District - Transportation To Consider Proposed Budget Amendments for FY2018 not to exceed $714,300,000 including the items listed below and any additional items deemed appropriate: 5. Amend the Fiscal Year 2019 Plan to Budget and Appropriate the Remaining Balance of $700,588,000 for Estimated Encumbered Purchase Orders and Contracts and the Estimated Unencumbered Capital Construction Project Balances as of June 30, 2018. 6. Transfer, Budget and Appropriate $500,000 in Economic Development Opportunity Funds in support of unannounced economic development prospects – Economic Development 7. Accept, Budget, and Appropriate a One-Time Revenue Budget Increase of $297,274 and a One-Time Expenditure Budget Increase of $294,750 in the Department of Social Services’ Fiscal Year 2018 Adopted Budget to Reconcile Differences between the County’s Adopted Budget and Actual Funding Allocations Received from the State – Social Services 8. Budget and Appropriate $955,483 in Fiscal Year 2019 for Estimated Non-Capital Small Project Construction Balances as of June 30, 2018, and Budget and Appropriate $9,518,305 in the Small Project Construction Internal Service Fund in the Fiscal Year 2019 Budget – Public Works 9. Transfer, Budget and Appropriate $329,048.68 from the Watershed Deferred Revenue Accounts to County Watersheds Capital Improvement Program Projects and Major Drainage Maintenance Operating Budgets for Costs Incurred on Drainage Improveement Projects – Coles, Gainesville, Potomac, and Occoquan Magisterial Districts – Public Works 10. Transfer, Budget and Appropriate $120,664.32 in Proffer Funds, $61,772.68 in Stream Mitigation Funds and $17,553 in Department of Parks and Recreation Capital Improvement Program Funds to Prince William County Schools for Field Lighting at Tyler Elementary School and Budget and Appropriate a Donation to Prince William County Schools of $75,000 from Prince William County Girls Softball Little League – Gainesville Magisterial District – Parks and Recreation 11. Authorize the Execution of a Standard Project Administration Agreement for Local Administration of the Minnieville Road (Spriggs Road to Route 234) Improvements Project, VDOT Project #0640-076-R98, UPC 103484; and Budget and Appropriate $50,000 in State Revenue Sharing Funds for the Minnieville Road (Spriggs Road to Route 234) Improvements Project - Coles and Potomac Magisterial Districts – Transportation For additional information, contact Lee Ann Green, Acting Clerk to the Board of County Supervisors, at 703-792-6600. You may appear at the Board of County Supervisors’ Chamber in the McCoart Building, One County Complex Court, Prince William, Virginia, at the designated time to express your views. ACCESSIBILITY TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES: The hearings are being held at a public facility believed to be accessible to persons with disabilities. Any persons with questions on the accessibility of the facility should contact Lee Ann Green, Acting Clerk to the Board, at One County Complex Court, Prince William, Virginia, or by telephone at (703) 792-6600 or TDD (703) 792-6295. Persons needing interpreter services for the deaf must notify the Clerk to the Board no later than Thursday, June 14, 2018. Run Dates: June 6 and June 13, 2018

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New graduate CNA’s starting pay rate of $14.50 p/hr, plus $1.50 weekend shift diff. $500.00 Sign on Bonus. Special rate for every weekend shifts starting at $17.00 p/hr! Please contact HR (703) 273-7705. Fairfax Rehab & Nursing Center, 10701 Main St., Fairfax, VA 22030 (EOE)

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Midland Christian Academy seeks an energetic educator to provide Christian school leadership for pre-school through eighth grade. Successful candidate will demonstrate proficiency in academic program management, selection and management of school personnel, physical plant oversight, community relations, planning and development. Head of School will work directly with the Board of Directors to maximize the educational development of each student in accord with the Mission Statement of Midland Christian Academy. Salary and benefits are commensurate with experience.

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full-time, to work with court ordered adolescents. The position will operate out of the Fauquier Behavioral Clinic in Warrenton, VA but will primarily work in Rappahannock County. Responsibilities include providing individual, family, and group therapies as well as case management services to meet clients’ needs, communicating with Probation Offices, Courts, Social Services, Physicians, and other referring agencies regarding client status, conducting clinical intakes and diagnostic interviews, and developing comprehensive diagnostic summaries and treatment plans. Annual Salary is $46,195.50 LMHP Eligible or $50,817.00 LMHP.

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A well established commercial HVAC-R company located in Remington, Va with customers in NoVa, Md, and DC is seeking a full-time apprentice to start immediately. The right person has an interest in HVAC industry and is eager to learn on the job. General knowledge and at least 1 yr experience is preferred. The right candidate MUST have a valid driver’s license with reliable transportation, be punctual and professional, and be willing to work nights and weekends when necessary. Excellent pay with benefits. Call: 540-439-3100

COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION WORKERS

General Contractor seeking Warehouse Manager, Carpenter Foreman, Carpenters, Drywall Mechanics, Construction Labor, Concrete Labor, and Underground Piping Labor. Prefer experience with Site Work & Grades, but will train. All positions require motivated, self- starters able to work without direct supervision. Competitive wages & benefits. Apply in person or contact Denise: 505 Lendall Lane, Fredericksburg, VA; 540-368-0540; www.macgrp.net

EXPERIENCED PAVER OPERATOR

Superior Paving Corp., an award-winning asphalt company, located in Northern Virginia has an immediate opening for an experienced Asphalt Paver Operator. This position is responsible for operating and controlling the asphalt paver. Must be able to multi-task and possess excellent interpersonal and customer service skills; be a high school graduate or higher preferred, and 3 years of paving experience. The right candidate must be able to work nights, weekends, and overtime. Superior offers competitive pay, health, dental and 401(k) benefits. Complete an application online at www. superiorpaving.net. SUPERIOR PAVING CORP. IS AN EEO & AA EMPLOYER MINORITY / FEMALE / VETERAN / DISABLED

POOL TECHS Min.5 years exp required With References. Must have a valid drivers license. Must be able to perform weekly maintenance, openings and closings, install new equipment and trouble shoot problems. Tile, coping and concrete work a plus. Must be dependable and willing to work hard. Serious inquires only pls call

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605 Automobiles - Domestic The PATH Foundation in Warrenton, VA, seeks to fill two full-time positions:

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The Office Manager is responsible for the day-to-day activities of the PATH Foundation ensuring smooth operation of the meeting rooms, building and property as well as tenant communications and security. Provides projectbased support to Foundation Staff as well as governance support to President/CEO.

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The Receptionist provides general office support with a variety of clerical activities and related tasks. The receptionist will be responsible for answering incoming calls, directing calls to appropriate staff members, mail distribution flow of correspondence, requisition of supplies as well as additional clerical duties. Visit www.pathforyou.org/who-we-are/ careers/ for complete job description & contact information.

Part Time Employment Companion Providers

needed to work with the elderly and disabled. Duties: Light housekeeping and simple meals. Hours are flexible. Starting pay $9.45/hour. Applications available at Fauquier County Social Services, 320 Hospital Dr. Warrenton, VA or call 540-422-8442 for application by mail.

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1973 VW Convertible Superbeetle, rebuilt engine, canvas top, runs good! $8500. OBO. Contact Roncabriolet@aol.com or call 540-364-1469 Ford Fiesta SE, 2013, 4 dr, red, AT, 30K mls. Good cond. 1 owner. $ 6 0 0 0 . O B O 434-825-2532

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Clam Shell Car Top Carrier. $40. Call Ron 540-347-3894 CUSTOM FLOOR MATS husky floor mats for a Jeep Grand Cherokee. Just like Weathertech. Sold vehicle and selling mats. Asking $70. H a y m a r k e t 571-215-7498.

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1972 Winnebago, 75K mls, 318 engine with headers, AC, fridg, shower, stove, sleeps 4. $4,400 OBO. 540-498-5123

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1999 GMC Savana custom van. 119K miles, nice interior, just inspected, runs great. $ 6 9 0 0 O B O 434-953-2500 before 9 pm.

2010 Tiffin Phaeton 40 QTH, go to changesin-latitude.com/for details. $133K. 404-376-2054

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BUSINESS SERVICE DIRECTORY Painting/Wallpaper

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Family Owned & Operated for 30 Years

Licensed • Bonded & Insured

Tree Service/Firewood

Roofing

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ALSO

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