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May 15, 2019 | Vol. 18, No. 17 | www.princewilliamtimes.com | 50¢ Covering Prince William County and surrounding communities, including Gainesville, Haymarket, Dumfries, Occoquan, Quantico and the cities of Manassas and Manassas Park.

Time’s running out on General’s Ridge County to close money-losing golf course May 19 By Jill Palermo

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After standing guard for 23 years over long drives, strategic chips and countless careful putts, General’s Ridge Golf Course in Manassas Park will host its final foursomes this week-

end in the wake of a decision to shutter the county-owned course, which has operated in the red for years. The Prince William Board of Supervisors voted unanimously on Tuesday, May 7, to close the 18-hole course through a deal with the City of Manassas Park, from which the

county had leased the 270-acre, 18hole course since 1994. The last day of play on the golf course will be Sunday, May 19. As part of the deal, the supervisors agreed to pay the Manassas Park $489,212 to extract the county from its 33-year-lease, which did not expire until 2027. See GENERAL’S RIDGE, page 2

Supervisors mull $600 million in bonds for new parks, road projects By Jill Palermo

Times Staff Writer

Bond possibilities: Projects included in a proposed $200 million parks bond referendum that could be put to voters in November include: a $21.6 million indoor field house, top left, an $84 million indoor track complex, like this one at Liberty University, top right; a $42 million aquatic and fitness center, bottom left, and a $6 million “amenity rich” park, modeled after the Gathering Place park, bottom right, in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The projects are slated for the Brentsville, Occoquan, Woodbridge and Neabsco districts, respectively. INSIDE Calendar.............................................10 Classified............................................12 Lifestyle................................................9

Does Prince William County need a new indoor aquatics and fitness facility? A new indoor field house with soccer and football fields? How about an $84 million indoor track complex? Those are among the projects that could be part of a $600 million bond issue the county board of supervisors could ask voters to approve in the Nov. 5 election. After months of behind-the-scenes chatter about a possible bond issue, the supervisors and the community got a first glimpse last week of the projects that could be part of the initiative. The list includes seven park projects and 11 road projects. The 18 are scattered around the county, with a few items in each of Prince William’s seven magisterial districts. The road projects include grade-separated intersections at some of the county’s most congested choke-points: Prince William Parkway and Minnieville Road; Gordon Boulevard and Va. 123; and Va. 123 and U.S. 1. Also included are plans to widen some major thoroughfares and create brand new ones. See BONDS, page 4

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D.C. man arrested for murder after body found in Woodbridge A Washington, D.C., man has been charged with the death of a 23-year-old man whose body was found along the tree line near Minnieville Road and Alps Drive in Woodbridge. Justin Orlando Myrick, 28, of the 3000 block of South Dakota Ave, N.E., was arrested Friday, May 10 and charged with  second-degree murder, according to Sgt. Jonathan Perok, spokesman for the Prince William County Police Department. Myrick remains incarcerated in Washington, D.C. awaiting extradition to Prince William County, Perok said in a news release. Police said the remains of the victim, Angelo Kadro Blakeney, also of Washington, were discovered by a citizen of Prince William County at 6:41 a.m. on Monday, April 29, in a wooded area off Minnieville Road and Alps Drive, which is near the intersection of Minnieville Road and Va. 234. Blakeney, who was 23, has no known ties to Prince William County, police said. Investigators were able to tie his death to Myrick through evidence collected near where Blakeney’s body was found, Perok said. Following the investigation, detectives obtained an arrest warrant for Myrick and a search warrant for his D.C. residence.

Prince William County detectives, with the assistance of the Metropolitan Police Department of Washington D.C., located and apprehended the accused at his northeast D.C. area home, Perok said.

Alexandria man charged in fatal March shooting A Prince William County grand jury returned multiple indictments Monday, May 6, against an Alexandria man arrested in the March 3 shooting death of Daniel James Gil- MARKUS THURMAN liam, 25, of Woodbridge. Markus Sean Thurman Dean, 23, of no fixed address, was indicted on charges of murder and use of a firearm in commission of a felony, according to a Prince William County police press release. Dean was arrested on the day of the shooting. He was originally charged with aggravated malicious wounding. Dean remains incarcerated at the Prince William-Manassas Regional Adult Detention Center, the release said. The victim and the suspect were engaged in an argument in a parking lot near Rippon Boulevard and Jefferson Davis Highway at about 12:40 a.m. Sunday, March 3, when the shooting occurred, police said.

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County to close money-losing golf course May 19 GENERAL’S RIDGE, from page 1 The supervisors also agreed to return four parcels of land to the independent city, three of which are part of Signal Hill Park. The fourth is a privately held parcel that connects Signal Hill Park to the city’s municipal boundary, according to county documents. Supervisor Marty Nohe, R-Coles, said the deal is a good one for the county because the golf course, which was originally hoped to make money for the county’s former park authority, never achieved that goal. The General’s Ridge is located near Signal Hill Park in the Coles District. “It didn’t make money a single year we had it,” Nohe said. “In fact, it’s lost money by the bucket load.” Prince William County operates three other golf courses: Prince William Golf Course in Nokesville and Forest Greens in Triangle, both 18hole courses, and Lake Ridge Park Golf Course, which has nine holes. The other golf courses also lose money, but not as much as General’s Ridge, which is more expensive to maintain in part because of its sloping terrain, said Brent Heavner, spokesman for Prince William County’s Parks and Recreation Department. “General’s Ridge, by itself, has accounted for more than 50 percent of losses for the golf operation writ large,” Heavner said. Closing the golf course would save Prince William County about $2.5 million over the course of the remaining eight years left on the lease, according to Seth Hendler-Voss, the county’s director of parks and recreation. General Ridge’s challenging terrain – a factor behind its high operating costs – was also one reason why the course struggled financially, Nohe said. “It’s always been the least popular of the three [18-hole golf courses] because it’s so difficult to play,” Nohe said in an interview before the vote. What’s more, a recent survey of golfers showed that several who play the course traveled to it from outside the county, most commonly from Fairfax and Loudoun counties, Nohe said. There are also several privately-owned and operated golf courses in the area, which wasn’t true when General’s Ridge opened in 1996. For those

reasons, the county considered it a win to offload the course, Nohe said. “On the county side, it’s a win for us because we’re no longer going to be dumping money into a facility that very few people use,” Nohe said. Supervisor Pete Candland noted the episode “underscores that we have to be very careful when we dabble in enterprises that interfere with private industry.” Candland, R-Gainesville, said “government” should not be in a position to “compete with the private sector.” No one on the board made mention of the fact that the vote took place on the same day the supervisors would later hear about $200 million worth of new park projects that could be put before voters in a referendum in November. As if anticipating the question about competing with private industry, county parks and recreation director Seth Hendler-Voss noted in his presentation that the proposed field house, which would provide turf fields for soccer, lacrosse and other sports, would not necessarily compete with similar private entities. “The modest inventory in the county supplied privately is not large enough to serve entire leagues,” Hendler-Voss said, adding: “The county has 30,000 league participants.” As for what will become of the golf course, Manassas Park Mayor Jeanette Rishell said the city is still considering its options. Part of the golf course may eventually be re-forested – a move that would help the city meet new requirements related to the Chesapeake Bay Act – but that’s not yet been decided, Rishell said. “At some point it certainly could be reforested but right now, there are no immediate plans,” Rishell said. Rishell said the original purchase of the land involved federal grant funds, and the grant’s restrictions say it must be used for recreation purposes. “Any change of use will need to go through and be approved by the federal government, however long that may take,” she added. “So it is uncertain when we will have the flexibility to make any decisions.” Reach Jill Palermo at jpalermo@ fauquier.com

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Officials break ground on new middle school at Potomac Shores By Jill Palermo

School Board Chairman Babur Lateef, far left, is joined at a May 9 groundbreaking ceremony for the new middle school at Potomac Shores by Supervisor Maureen Caddigan, R-Potomac; Supervisor Frank Principi, D-Woodbridge; Superintendent Steven Walts; School Board member Justin Wilk (Potomac); state Sen. Scott Surovell, D-36th; and School Board member Alyson Satterwhite (Gainesville).

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Prince William officials ceremoniously broke ground last week on the county’s 17th middle school, which is scheduled to open in the fall of 2021 at Potomac Shores. The $52.4 million new middle school is under construction on a 52.5-acre parcel across from John Paul the Great High School. Potomac Shores, a six-year-old residential development off U.S. 1 in Woodbridge, is also home to the Covington-Harper Elementary School, which opened in 2017. Superintendent Steven Walts noted the new middle school, which has not yet been named, is being built according to a new, three-story design devised by architects and school division officials. Prince William County last opened a new middle school in 2012, when Ronald Reagan Middle opened in Haymarket. The new middle school will have a separate, 800-seat auditorium. That’s significant since most of the county’s middle schools have combination “café-toriums,” except for Fred Lynn Middle and a few other older middle schools that were originally used as high schools, such as Stonewall Middle. The school will have separate floors for each grade level -- sixth, seventh and eighth – and a total of 64 classrooms. The school will have STEAM labs – for the acronym science, technology, engineering, art and math – and “maker spaces” on each floor.  All floors will also feature open, collaborative spaces for teachers and students. “It’s going to be an eye-opener, and it’s very, very exciting,” Walts said. The new middle school -- with a capacity of 1,491 students -- will also be larger than most of the county’s other middle schools, which were built to accommodate about 1,200 students. SunCal, the developer of Potomac Shores, donated the site for the school to the county as a proffer when the Prince William County Board of Supervisors approved rezonings for its development in 2013. The neighborhood has been approved for a total of 4,000 homes and apartments or condomini-

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ums as well as a town center, a Virginia Railway Express station and a hotel. Site work for the town center and VRE station is under way now. Potomac Shores is also home to an 18-hole golf course. A community center with a swimming pool were also added in recent years. “Having this new middle school here will add to the prestige of this wonderful, wonderful community,” said Supervisor Maureen Caddigan, R-Potomac, who spoke during the ceremony. “This is what happens when developers proffer land, and we don’t have proffers anymore,” she added. Caddigan, whose district includes Potomac Shores, was referring to a 2016 Virginia law that prohibits local boards of supervisors from requiring proffers such as school sites from developers as a condition of having their projects approved. Virginia lawmakers tweaked that law this year to allow developers to offer such amenities if they choose. In general, developers are required to offset only the costs to public services and facilities directly impacted by new residents of their new neighborhoods, a change that has significantly reduced what developers offer localities in connection with rezonings for new homes. School Board member Justin Wilk, who rep-

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resents the Potomac District, noted the school would bring “much needed” overcrowding relief to area middle schools such as Graham Park Middle, which is about 150 students overcapacity this year. Graham Park Middle is using eight classroom trailers this year, according to school division records. Other schools’ attendance areas that could be affected by the new middle school include Rippon, Fred Lynn, Hampton and Woodbridge middle schools, said Matt Cartlidge, supervisor of planning for Prince William County schools.  Boundary planning for the new middle school will likely occur in the spring of 2020 using October 2019 enrollment figures, Cartlidge said in an email. Students who are currently in third and fourth grade who live in the new school’s attendance area, will be assigned to the new school. Students currently in the fifth grade, who will be in eighth grade when the new school opens, will likely have the option of attending the new school or remaining at their formerly assigned middle school as long as they have their own transportation. But that decision is at the discretion of the school board, Cartlidge said. Reach Jill Palermo at jpalermo@fauquier.com

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Supervisors mull $600 million in bonds for new parks, road projects BONDS, from page 1 The seven parks projects include the big-ticket indoor track complex, field house and aquatics and fitness center as well as improvements to existing parks. Board of Supervisors Chairman Corey Stewart, R-At Large, is an enthusiastic supporter of the bond issue. Stewart, who is not running for re-election this year, said he sees the bond issue – and the projects it would potentially fund – as part of his legacy. “It’s taken me 16 years to get to the position where I have the influence to push something like this through, to get the board to look at the needs of the whole county,” Stewart said. “This is very exciting for me. I know indoor recreation facility is the biggest need with regard to parks and recreation,” he added. “The road package will leverage hundreds of millions of dollars in state and [regional] funding.” Part of the strategy behind the bond issue is to raise local matching funds to apply for state and regional Northern Virginia Transportation Authority grants to help pay for the projects. That’s what the county did as it spent down its last road and parks bond, a $327 million initiative that voters approved overwhelmingly in 2006. That bond issue planned to spend $300 million on road projects and $27 million on park projects. Over the next decade, the county borrowed $150 million, which translated into $400 million worth of road improvements, said Rick Canizales, director of Prince William County’s transportation department. The parks projects were chosen based on a recent study of the county’s needs conducted by a consultant, ETC Institute. With the consultant’s help, the parks department interviewed focus groups and mailed out 16,000 surveys. About 2,400  were completed and returned, according to Seth Hendler-Voss, director of the county’s parks and recreation department.

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The county would likely need to reduce spending or raise taxes to make payments on the debt needed to build the projects. The parks projects would also incur operational costs, which would need to be covered by new spending. The supervisors have not yet discussed how they would raise such funding. County finance director Michelle Attreed said the county has enough “debt capacity” for

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Prince William Parkway and Minnieville Road: A $70 million “SPUI,” or single-point urban interchange, is proposed for the busy intersection at Minnieville Road and Prince William Parkway. Engineers have proposed that Prince William Parkway would be taken underground, while Minnieville Road would travel atop the intersection. the borrowing – meaning the projects would not exceed the county’s self-imposed limit that caps borrowing at 10 percent of local tax revenues. The supervisors could raise revenue for the projects by cutting existing spending or raising county tax rates, Attreed said. The supervisors might also consider new taxes, including a cigarette tax, a meals tax, an admissions tax or a “commercial and industrial tax,” Attreed said. Some of the new taxes would require enabling legislation from the Virginia General Assembly or would have to go before voters, such as a meals tax, Attreed said. Supervisor Pete Candland, R-Gainesville, noted residents should understand that approving the bond projects would likely mean paying more taxes. “This stuff isn’t free. It’s going to come from somewhere,” Candland said. “The decision the citizens are going to have to make in November is: Are we OK with our taxes going up for these projects?”

Indoor track proposal draws supporters

Several people turned out to the evening portion of the May 7 meeting to speak in support of the indoor track complex, a 230,000-squarefoot facility with a “hydraulic track.” A hydraulic track includes a mechanism that allows for the surface to be raised and lowered to create slopes and embankments. Hendler-Voss said it would be only the fifth such public indoor track facility in the country, if Prince William County voters opt to approve the bond issue. The facility is slated to be located somewhere in the Occoquan District, although the county has not yet chosen any particular locations for any of the new buildings included in the bond proposal, according to county spokes-

man Jason Grant. Several parents whose children compete in area private youth track clubs as well as several high school track coaches spoke of the need for such a facility. Supporters included 1984 Olympic Gold Medalist Benita Fitzgerald-Mosely, who lives in Haymarket and has two children who participated in track at Battlefield High School. Fitzgerald-Mosely is the daughter of Fannie Fitzgerald, the late teacher who was one of the first four teachers chosen to integrate Prince William County schools in the 1960s. In Dale City, there is a school named after Fannie Fitzgerald, which is located on a street named after Benita Fitzgerald-Mosely. Fitzgerald-Mosely said the indoor track facility is needed for students who train for track year-round and compete during the “indoor track” season, which is really outdoor track in Prince William County and most of Northern Virginia because of the dearth of indoor track facilities. She and others spoke of teams and kids having to travel or forego training for weeks because of bad weather. “I throw my full weight behind this project and I hope and pray, even though my kids won’t be able to benefit, I will still be a huge champion of this projects and the events that will come to it,” Fitzgerald-Mosely said. The supervisors will hold a town hall meeting on Tuesday, May 21, to further discuss the projects and allow residents to weigh in. The meeting will begin at 7 p.m. at Hylton Performing Arts Center in Manassas. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. The supervisors will have to vote on the projects by June 25 to place them on the Nov. 5 ballot. That vote could take place on either Tuesday, June 18, or Tuesday, June 25, Stewart said.

The Prince William Board of Supervisors is considering seven parks and recreation projects and 11 transportation projects to be included in a $600 million bond referendum they could place before voters in the Nov. 5 election. The proposal includes $400 million in new borrowing for 11 “mobility” projects, which would add 50 "lane miles" and 22 miles of pedestrian, bike and trail paths. The projects are a mix of road extensions and intersection improvements at major thoroughfares. About $200 million in parks projects have been proposed. They include the $84 million indoor track complex for the Occoquan District, as well as $42 million indoor pool and fitness center in the Woodbridge District and a $21.6 million community field house proposed for the Brentsville District. There’s no guarantee any of the projects will come to fruition even if the bond referendum passes, as future boards would have to devise ways to pay for the extra borrowing. Tax increases of some kind could be necessary and are often controversial. Projects proposed include:

Roads: Devlin Road widening: A $50 million project to widen Devlin Road to four lanes from Linton Hall Road to Wellington Road, a total of 1.8 miles. The project would take four to six years to complete. University Boulevard extension: A $30 million, two-lane extension of University Boulevard to connect Devlin Road to Wellington Road. The project would take four to six years to complete. Va. 28 Bypass: The bond issue includes $100 million of local borrowing to help pay for a $300 million project to extend Godwin Drive beyond Sudley Road to create a limited-access, 3.8 mile road, connecting the existing Godwin Drive to Va. 28 near the Fairfax County line. The project would take five to seven years to complete. Sudley Road roundabouts: Two new roundabouts at Catharpin and Sudley roads and at Pageland Road, Sanders Lane and Sudley Road. These $12.5 million projects would include Pageland Lane realignment. Va. 55 widening and Catharpin Road improvements: A $40 million to widen Va. 55 to four lanes from Gillis Way to Catharpin Road. Old Bridge Road and Gordon Boulevard: A $15 million "flyover" ramp from Va. 123 and Interstate 95 to Old Bridge Road. The project would take three to five years to complete. Old Bridge Road and Prince William Parkway: A $15 million project to add a lane to the ramp that connects eastbound Prince William Parkway traffic at Old Bridge Road. The project would straighten the intersection to allow a "through" movement at Prince William Parkway. Summit School Road extension: A $20 million, fourlane extension of Summit Road would connect it to Caton Hill Road, providing better access to the Horner Road commuter lot. North Woodbridge mobility improvements: The bond would set aside $55 million for $165 million worth of improvements to U.S. 1, Va. 123, Horner Road, Annapolis Way and Marina Way in North Woodbridge. Three possible road extensions or intersection improvements are being considered. Bicycle and pedestrian improvements: The bond issue would set aside $35 million for pedestrian and bicycle improvements throughout the county.

Parks: Fuller Heights expansion: Two additional fields and extra parking are among the improvements proposed in a $6 million expansion of Fuller Heights Park in the Potomac District. The project would take three years to complete. Howison Park improvements: The bond proposes $6 million for trails, spectator seating, fitness equipment, a comfort station, additional parking and better access for people with disabilities at Howison Park. The projects would take two years to complete. Long Park: A $10.8 million project at Long Park would add two baseball fields, a comfort station, a sewer line, lights for soccer fields 1 and 2 and extra parking to Long Park in the Gainesville District.


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Racist stickers, flyers can’t be ignored Everyone hates to hear the words, “We need to talk.” It is the universal signal for a difficult conversation. Readers, we need to talk. On the evening of Wednesday, May 8, one of our employees noticed a sticker had been placed on a parking sign outside our newspaper offices on Culpeper Street in Warrenton. The group promoted on the sticker advocates a white nationalist agenda. It was just a sticker on a sign. Still, we thought it worth noting. We posted a small article on Fauquier.com with a photo of the helpful Warrenton police officer who took a report and carefully scraped the sticker off the sign so it could be preserved as evidence. It was the second such sticker we’ve discovered on or near our building. The first was plastered directly atop the bronze plaque outside our door. The first time it happened, which was early last fall, we didn’t write about it. This time, we felt compelled to let the community know the group has a presence in Warrenton. Still, we were careful not to post a photo of the sticker itself, or to include details of the group’s website or manifesto. Our goal was to make clear what the group is about without awarding it unnecessary attention. Posted on our Facebook page, the article was immediately flooded with nearly 90 strongly worded comments from every side. Some said we shouldn’t draw atten-

tion to the group, insisting the propaganda doesn’t speak to “who we are” and that such actions are best ignored. Others suggested we are delicate snowflakes. It’s just a sticker, they said. “This is not news.” Some denied the group is racist, and what’s wrong with a little nationalism anyway? Social media told us, for lots of different reasons, “Please don’t talk about it.” In early September 2017, Warrenton was blanketed with flyers touting a group promoting white nationalism. It was the same day local families provided food and beds to participants in the “March to Confront White Supremacy” as they traveled from Charlottesville to Washington D.C. Warrenton Mayor Carter Nevill remembers going around town collecting the flyers. “It was white supremacy masked with the idea of ‘heritage,’” he said. Nevill acknowledged that while not commonplace, the spread of this kind of material has become more frequent in the last couple of years. “When isolated incidents like this become a pattern, we have to speak up, to talk about it,” he said. A couple of dozen folks in Warrenton have learned that when it comes to racial discord, the path to mutual respect requires talking about it. Common Threads is a shared ministry comprising 12 congregants

from St. James’ Episcopal Church (traditionally a white church) and 12 from Warrenton’s First Baptist (traditionally a black church). Common Threads meets once a month “to talk, learn about one another, worship in one another’s spaces,” says the Rev. Randolph Charles of St. James . Part of the group’s mission is to work for racial unity. On Thursday, May 9, Piedmont Amity Project sponsored four showings of the documentary, “I’m Not Racist… Am I?” The 12 people depicted in the film discover “to what degree we are aware of our own prejudices, to what degree we can come together, through talking,” Charles said.

Northern Virginia’s public schools are not ‘fully funded’ As election year heats up, some candidates use terms like “fully funded” schools.  Here’s my perspective on the subject.   First, Virginia’s median family income is ninth in the United States. It is largely driven by Northern Virginia counties: Fairfax County (third: $106,690); Stafford County (fifth: $95,927), and Prince William County (sixth: $93,011).  Fairfax, Stafford and Prince William counties rank in the top 1 percent of all American jurisdictions: third, 19th and 20th in the entire U.S. However, per pupil investment in elementary-secondary education ranks orders of magnitude lower. Virginia is 22nd in the country in per-pupil spending, averaging around $11,432. Arlington County leads Virginia at $19,348 per student even with a lower median income than Fairfax County. Fairfax County “fully funds” its public schools by spending 21 percent less than Arlington or $15,293 per student. Prince William spends $12,427, and Stafford spends $11,319.  In Virginia, public education is a shared state and local government obligation. After the General Assembly was captured by the “no new taxes” craze of the 1990s, state elementary and secondary education funding has lagged. The “Great Recession”

of 2009 inflicted significant cuts, and while state appropriations have recovered to pre-2009 levels, they still lag on an inflation-adjusted, per-pupil basis. Increasing education appropriations continues to be a priority for the House and Senate Democratic Caucuses, but we need more votes to make needed changes. Notwithstanding, the counties in my Senate district have done very well. Since 2010, direct state aid to education to Fairfax County Public Schools has risen by around $270 million or 63.49 percent. However, local funding from Fairfax County has only increased 26 percent. Given that that Fairfax County provides 80 percent of the school division’s budget, this shortfall has severely limited the school board’s ability to address many needs. Likewise, Virginia’s direct aid to Prince William County Public Schools has risen by $194 million per year or 51 percent, but local funds from the Prince William County Board of Supervisors has increased only 37 percent.  In Prince William, the county provides approximately 45 percent of the school division’s budget.  The most glaring result of this underfunding is teacher salaries. In 2018, Virginia’s $51,994 average

teacher salaries were $8,483 behind the national average and 32nd in the country – twenty spots below our relative income ranking. When I was a Fairfax student, the county had the highest paid teachers in Virginia and all wanted to teach for FCPS. Today, Arlington County leads with average teacher salaries of $81,044.  Teacher salaries remain far too low. Fairfax County averages $73,228, Prince William County averages $60,227 and Stafford County averages $53,152. Across the Potomac, the average salary in Montgomery County is $82,316 and Prince George’s County, $71,110. These salaries lure the best teachers away from the 36th District. This also plays out in services. Today’s economy requires digital literacy and learning skills. Henrico and Albemarle Counties deployed one-to-one computer programs over a decade ago. Arlington County did the same five years ago. Fairfax County is finally rolling out one-to-one computer programs 12 years behind Henrico County. Prince William and Stafford Counties are barely discussing it. School construction is a local responsibility. Fairfax County has more than 700 temporary classrooms; Prince William, over 200. Most dis-

The movie was scheduled to be shown at four Warrenton locations, including St. James’, followed by a discussion. Forty to 50 people attended the showing at the church and stayed for the 45-minute discussion, Charles said. “It was tough for some people. Some were quite honest about painful experiences, disappointing experiences.” But, he said, “The only way to develop trust is to get people together. It can be the only way to develop more honest and respectful relationships.” We can make progress as individuals, Charles said, but “systemic change is tougher. It takes time.” And talking.

SCOTT SUROVELL STATE SENATOR 36TH DISTRICT scott@scottsurovell.org turbingly, these three counties leave $9 million of state matching dollars on the table every year for free preschool. Prince William County is the worst, leaving more than $6 million.  The next time you hear someone claim that our schools are “fully funded,” ask questions.  Class sizes remain too large. Teacher vacancy and retention rates are growing, and English proficiency continues to lag. Northern Virginians have more resources than nearly everyone in the rest of the United States, but we are often told to settle for less.   As your state senator, I will continue to work to make Virginia’s public schools the best in the country and I will never tolerate low expectations given our area’s relative ability to invest in our future.  The writer is a state senator and a Democrat who represents the 36th District, which includes parts of Fairfax, Prince William and Stafford counties. Reach him at scott@ scottsurovell.org. 


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Patriot High junior midfielder Nick Capannelli was named Cedar Run District boys lacrosse Player of the Year.

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WITMER IS TOP GIRLS PLAYER Battlefield senior midfielder Tori Witmer was honored as Cedar Run District girls lacrosse Player of the Year.

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Top seeds take aim at tourney titles By Peter Brewington Times Staff Writer

How many teams can pull a double? All 12 Cedar Run District and Cardinal District regular season champions were alive entering the semifinals of this week’s district tournaments. Cedar Run champions included Patriot in baseball, girls soccer and boys lacrosse, Battlefield in boys soccer and girls lacrosse, and Osbourn Park in softball. Cardinal District champions were Colgan in softball, girls lacrosse and boys lacrosse, Hylton in boys soccer, Woodbridge in girls soccer and Potomac in baseball. District finals are Wednesday, Thursday and Friday depending on sport.

The Potomac baseball next plays in Wednesday’s Cardinal District semifinal vs. the Colgan-Woodbridge winner. The final is Friday.

The Osbourn Park softball team met Osbourn in Tuesday’s Cedar Run semifinal with the final Wednesday vs. the Patriot-Battlefield winner.

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The Patriot boys lacrosse team plays for the Cedar Run title Wedneseday.

Plenty of Pioneer, Bobcat girls soccer stars honored By Peter Brewington Times Staff Writer

As expected, it was a Patriot-Battlefield party on the Cedar Run District girls soccer all-star teams. Regular season champion Patriot claimed 13 spots, Battlefield took 11, including Player of the Year Jenna Daunt, a junior midfielder. Osbourn had four girls honored. Stonewall Jackson and Osbourn Park featured three each.

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Battlefield’s Tyler Schoettle and Patriot’s Jason Panate were all Cedar Run first and second team selections, respectively.

Diaz leads Cedar Run boys list

DISTRICT TOURNAMENT PAIRINGS First round: No. 4 Osbourn d. No. 5 Stonewall Jackson 5-3 Tuesday’s semifinals: No. 4 Osbourn at No. 1 Patriot; No. 3 Osbourn Park at No. 2 Battlefield Thursday’s final: at highest seed

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Patriot’s Helena Spencer and Battlefield’s Hannah Karas were first team all-Cedar Run District picks.

CEDAR RUN DISTRICT GIRLS SOCCER TEAM PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Jenna Daunt, Battlefield, Jr. COACH OF THE YEAR: Kelly Beauchamp-Payne, Patriot

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FORWARDS: Brianna Robinson, Battlefield, Sr.; Addison Dangler, Osbourn, Fr.; Helena Spencer, Patriot, Sr.; Carleigh Frilles, Battlefield, Jr.; Lyric Allen, Stonewall Jackson, Sr. MIDFIELDERS: Jenna Daunt, Battlefield, Jr.; Erin Ackerman, Patriot, Sr.; Chanise Egbue, Osbourn Park, Jr.; Melina Chirinos, Osbourn, Jr.; Madison Birge, Patriot, Soph. BACKS: Hannah Karas, Battlefield, Sr.; Maggie Mockenhaupt, Patriot, Soph.; Macy Mockenhaupt, Patriot, Sr.; Brooke Newton, Osbourn Park, Soph.; Hanna VanRoe, Battlefield, Fr. GOALKEEPER: Hannah Boyd, Patriot, Sr.

Regular season champion Battlefield placed seven players on the Cedar Run District first team boys soccer squad. Second place Osbourn placed three, including Player of the Year Carlos Diaz.

DISTRICT TOURNAMENT PAIRINGS First round: No. 5 Osbourn Park d. No. 4 Patriot 2-1 Tuesday’s semifinals: No. 5 Osbourn Park at No. 1 Battlefield; No. 3 Stonewall Jackson at No. 2 Osbourn Thursday’s final: at highest seed

CEDAR RUN DISTRICT BOYS SOCCER TEAM PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Carlos Diaz, Osbourn COACH OF THE YEAR: Cedric Bullock, Battlefield

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FORWARDS: Carlos Diaz, Osbourn; Jeffrey Blibo, Osbourn Park; Zachary Salazar, Battlefield; Christian Ventura, Stonewall Jackson; Liam Lovell, Battlefield MIDFIELDERS: Tyler Schoettle, Battlefield; Gabriel Canizales, Osbourn Park; Trevor Lue Chee Lip, Stonewall Jackson; Oscar Martinez, Osbourn; Alex McCormick, Battlefield BACKS: Darrell Riddle, Battlefield; Azzam Kalifa, Osbourn Park; Dimitri Gellios, Patriot; Fernando Cajero-Contreras, Osbourn; Colton Matthews, Battlefield GOALKEEPER: Michael Barbuti, Battlefield


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Local mosque opens its doors for Ramadan By Jill Palermo

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Prince William County’s newest Muslim community is opening its mosque to the public for Friday prayers throughout the holy month of Ramadan and for a special iftar dinner on Saturday, May 18. The Masroor Mosque, 5640 Hoadly Road in Manassas, is home to about 1,000 local members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community. As part of their “open mosque” project, members are also inviting area residents to take part in the weekly Jumah prayers, which begin about noon on Fridays, known as the “day of gathering” in the Islamic faith. During Ramadan, the holiest month in Islam, Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset. Ramadan began on Sunday, May 5, and will end on Tuesday, June 4. During Ramadan, Friday afternoon prayers are especially important, said Naeem Arshad, public affairs coordinator for the Masroor Mosque. Although Friday is a workday in the U.S., Muslims take a break from whatever they are doing at midday to pray at the mosque and hear a sermon, Arshad said. The Ahmadiyya Community believes their mosques belong not just to the congregation but to the community, said Qasim Rashid, also a member of the Masroor Mosque. “We believe [the mosque] has to be open because transparency leads to trust,” Rashid said. “That’s what we have to do, and what our neighbors expect from us.” Rashid, a Stafford attorney, is also a Democrat running for the Virginia state Senate in the 28th District. This year marks the second the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community has celebrated Ramadan in their new mosque, which they purchased from the National Capital Presbytery in late 2017. The building is the former home of Covenant Presbyterian Church. The church has since moved to another building in Woodbridge. Prior to their move, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community rented community rooms and school spaces in the county. The mosque offers “more of a community feel,” said Ayesha Noor, who travels to the mosque with her family from Stafford. “It has been a big blessing for us.” Masroor members changed the signs on the building and switched the cross on the steeple to a crescent moon, the symbol of the Islamic faith. The new mosque is located next to the Dar Alnoor mosque, affiliated with the Muslim Association of Virginia, also on Hoadly Road. The former church’s win-

Masroor Mosque ‘open mosque’ events • Jumah prayers: May 17, 24 and 31 at about noon • Iftar dinner: Saturday, May 18 at 7 p.m. dow-walled sanctuary has been cleared of all chairs and pews. Community members face the room’s long, eastern-facing wall during services, which the mosque’s founders were pleased NAEEM ARSHAD to discover aligns perfectly with Qiblah, the direction of the Kaaba, the sacred building at Mecca, to which Muslims turn at prayer. “We believe [the building] was meant to be for us,” Arshad said. The two neighboring mosques serve different denominations of the Islamic faith. Founded in 1889, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community spans more than 200 countries with membership “exceeding tens of millions,” according to a Masroor Mosque press release. The Ahmadiyya faith differs in that it’s the only Islamic organization to believe that the long- awaited messiah has come in the person of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (1835-1908) of Qadian, India. “Ahmad claimed to be the metaphorical second coming of Jesus of Nazareth and the divine guide whose advent was foretold by the Prophet of Islam, Muhammad,” the release said. “The community believes that God sent Ahmad, like Jesus, to end religious wars, condemn bloodshed and reinstitute morality, justice and peace.” Visitors to the Masroor Mosque are asked to check in with a greeter and remove their shoes before entering the prayer room. According to Islamic tradition, men and women pray in separate rooms, men in the main prayer room, and women in a large room on the other side of the building. Head-coverings are optional for visitors. Caps are available for men upon entering the prayer room. Female visitors may cover their heads if they feel comfortable doing so, Arshad said. In the Islamic faith, covering one’s head is a show of respect, he explained. During prayers, Muslims recite traditional prayers and insert their own silent prayers as they move though three positions: standing or sitting; bowing forward; kneeling, known as “ruku;” and touching one’s forehead

Vocabulary of Ramadan Ramadan: Holiest month in Islam. May 5 to June 4. Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset. The aim of Ramadan is to enhance spirituality and serve others. Sehr: Meal eaten before fasting begins. Iftar: Meal eaten to break the fast at sunset. Eid ul Fitr: Festival celebrated at Ramadan’s end by giving alms to the needy and spending time with family and friends.

Masroor Mosque, 5640 Hoadly Road, is welcoming area residents for Friday Jumah prayers and a special iftar dinner on Saturday, May 18. COURTESY PHOTO

to the carpet, known as “sajdah.” The motions “all have similar meaning,” Arshad said. “You are always thanking God and you’re remembering God. … There’s a sequence to praying, but it’s meant to encourage people to think deeper about what they are saying.” The community iftar meal will begin at 7 p.m. on Saturday, May 18. The tradition of breaking bread with others – and giving to the needy – is

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UPCOMING EVENTS Wednesday, May 15 Transitions-Resources for Aging Gracefully: 9:30 a.m. Expo of resources available to seniors, families, caregivers. Potomac Mills Mall, 2700 Potomac Mills Circle, Woodbridge. Free. Potomac Nationals vs. Down East Wood Ducks: 7:05 p.m. Pfitzner Stadium, 7 County Complex Court, Woodbridge. American Red Cross Blood Drive: 8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Heathcote Health Center, 15225 Heathcote Blvd., Haymarket.

Thursday, May 16 Prince William County Candidates Meet and Greet: 6:30 p.m. Come and meet the candidates. Chinn Park Regional Library, 13065 Chinn Park Drive, Woodbridge. Free. Job Search in the Digital Age: 2 p.m. For all ages. Tips on job search engines, resume tips, online networking. Central Community Library, 8601 Mathis Ave., Manassas. Free.

Friday, May 17 72nd annual Piedmont Regional Art Show & Sale: Opening gala on Friday, May 17, from 6 to 8:30 p.m. $15 admission. Show continues Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; and Sunday, from noon to 4 p.m. Grace Episcopal Church, 6507 Main St., The Plains. The show and sale

is major fundraiser for the church, netting $18,500 in 2018 to benefit the church’s many ministries. Over the past six years, the show has averaged 316 entries. Admission is free on Saturday and Sunday. Donations are gratefully accepted. “Sleeping Beauty:” 7:30 p.m. Featuring the Manassas Ballet Theatre. Hylton Performing Arts Center, 10960 George Mason Circle, Manassas. Tickets $25-$65. Potomac Nationals vs. Wilmington Blue Rocks: 7:05 p.m. Pfitzner Stadium, 7 County Complex Court, Woodbridge.

Saturday, May 18

Spring Fling: 7 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Huge rummage sale. All proceeds benefit patient care at Novant Prince William and Haymarket Medical Center. Prince William Medical Center, 8700 Sudley Road, Manassas. 5th Annual Suicide Awareness Walk: 9 a.m. Forest Park High School, 15721 Forest Park Drive, Woodbridge. Doors open at 8:30 a.m. Join students and special guests, Rep. Gerry Connolly, D-11th; state Sen. Jeremy McPike, D-29th; Superintendent Steven Walts; and School Board member Justin Wilk (Potomac) as they walk from Forest Park to Hylton High School and back to raise awareness about suicide and promote strategies to help those who suffer from mental illness.

5th Annual Suicide Awareness Walk: Hundreds of students and community members participated in Forest Park High School’s 4th Annual Suicide Awareness Walk in 2018. COURTESY PHOTO.

Youth Fest: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Kilby Elementary School, 1800 Horner Road, Woodbridge. Join Supervisor Frank J. Principi and Comite Hispano de PW for a free, family resource fair for teens & their parents. Discover numerous local opportunities for kids and teens, including internships and job training; scholarship opportunities; local sports clubs; George Mason University’s early ID program; Prince William County police explorer program for teens; and parenting resources. Food trucks, performances and activities for all ages. Visit www.NewWoodbridge.org for more information. “Sleeping Beauty:” 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Featuring the Manassas Ballet Theatre. Hylton Performing Arts Center, 10960 George Mason Circle, Manassas. Tickets $25-$65. Music on the Mill: 6-8 p.m. Featuring Cheley Tackett. River Mill Park, 458 Mill St., Occoquan. Free. Discover Occoquan Festival: 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Classes, free demonstrations, local businesses, historic tours, entertainment and more. Town of Occoquan, Mill Street, Occoquan. Free. Potomac Nationals vs. Wilmington Blue Rocks: 7:05 p.m. Pfitzner Stadium, 7 County Complex Court, Woodbridge. Semper K9 Second Annual Hero Hike 5K: 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. For adults and children. Hike in honor or memory of our fallen heroes. Register at www.eventbrite.com/e/ semper-k9-2nd-annual-hero-hike5k-tickets-48530774854. National Museum of the Marine Corps, 18900 Jefferson Davis Highway, Triangle. Registration fee. WMZQ Fest featuring Chris Young, Chris Janson and Dylan Scott. Jiffy Lube Live, 7800 Cellar Door Drive, Bristow. Tickets available. Health and Wellness Expo: 10 a.m.2 p.m. Freedom High School, 15201 Neabsco Mills Road, Woodbridge. Free and open to the public.

Sunday, May 19 “Sleeping Beauty:” 3 p.m. Featuring the Manassas Ballet Theatre. Hylton Performing Arts Center, 10960 George Mason Circle, Manassas. Tickets $25-$65. Prince William Community Band and Ice Cream Social: 3-4:30 p.m. Come for the concert and afterward have free ice cream. Harris Pavilion, 9201 Center St., Manassas. Free.

Gainesville Farmers Market: 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Local produce, baked goods, live music, cooking demonstrations, kid’s events and more. Gainesville Farmers Market, 13710 Milestone Court, Gainesville. History in Your Hands: 1-3 p.m. For visitors of all ages who are blind or have low vision. To register call 703432-8455. National Museum of the Marine Corps, 18900 Jefferson Davis Highway, Triangle. Free.

Monday, May 20 Museum Kids Monday: 10-11 a.m. Children explore history through sight, sound, smell and touch. Adults must be able to participate. Ben Lomond Historic Site, 10311 Sudley Manor Drive, Manassas. Monday Night Bingo: 4:30 p.m. Doors open at 4:30, bingo starts at 7 p.m. Coffee, iced tea, water provided free of charge. Park West Lions Community Center, 8620 Sunnygate Drive, Manassas. $10.00

Tuesday, May 21 Acoustic Tuesday: 7-8:30 p.m. Featuring Mindy Miller. Harris Pavilion, 9201 Center St., Manassas. Tackett’s Mill Farmers Market: 2:30-6:30 p.m. Vendors from across Northern Virginia. Tackett’s Mill Farmers Market, 2231 Tackett’s Mill Drive, Lake Ridge

Ongoing Events David Barr Gallery Exhibit: On display until May 18. A series of work that explores color, typography, and pattern in a disruptive out-of-context nature. Hylton Performing Arts Center, 10960 George Mason Circle, Manassas. Bridging Cultures: The Latino Community in Manassas. On display until Sept. 15. The exhibit will feature music, food, holiday traditions and other subjects important to the local community. Manassas Museum, 9027 Center St., Manassas. Free. War Dogs: Never Above You, Never Below You, Always Beside You: On display until September. Exploring the loyalty, bravery, and sacrifices made by the warfighters’ best friend. National Museum of the Marine Corps, 18900 Jefferson Davis Highway, Triangle. Free. Array of Light: Art from the Center’s instructors: On display until June 28. Center for the Arts, 9419 Battle St., Manassas. Free.


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maker with built-ins in dining area. Four bedrooms, office and three and a half baths, formal living room, family room with bar area and wood stove, tons of storage and laundry on main level. There’s an underground garage plus an attached garage. Sit and relax on the front porch or enjoy the sunporch, which leads to patio for grilling.  Two bedroom and one bath cottage with basement/garage makes a

great in-law suite or rental.  Mature landscaping surrounds the house, and gardens for vegetables and flowers are already in place.  Enjoy an easy commute just off U.S. 17 in Bealeton.  Don’t miss this chance to own your own private retreat!  Offered at $675,000 by Tammy Roop, Century 21 New Millennium. Call for an appointment to view  540-270-9409

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Ask the Arborist

Todd Hagadone Jr. I.S.A. Certified Arborist

Tick Activity Starts Now There are many tick borne diseases that are transmitted by ticks. Ticks are a serious problem in the landscape, particularly in areas with high populations of deer. One of which is the black-legged “deer” tick transmits Lyme disease and peaks in May and June. These tiny ticks are most often found at the edges of woods and fields, although some may be present in garden beds, around shrubs, and along stone walls. Be particularly careful of areas where deer, mice, and chipmunks are active. Ticks are not usually found in lawns. Research has shown that ticks are best managed in landscapes with a program focusing on population reduction in the areas where you, your family and your pets spend the most time. Fencing to exclude deer or applications of deer repellents also are recommended. Bartlett Tree Experts employs the latest tick management techniques to control these disease-infected parasites on your property. Contact your local Bartlett Arborist representative today to find out more about the services we offer to help protect the valuable trees and shrubs on your property. Call me at 540-364-2401.

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OBITUARIES Robert F. Herndon, Sr. Robert F. Herndon, Sr., “Bobby” of Catlett, VA passed away peacefully on May 8, 2019 at Fauquier Health and Rehabilitation facility. Bobby was born May 11, 1936 in Jeffersonton, Virginia to the late Benjamin Herndon and Evelyn C. Gray. In addition to his parents, he is preceded in death by his first wife, Marie, daughter Debbie and sister Margaret Anderson. Bobby was self employed as a painter and was affectionately known by his CB handle “Painter Boy”. He loved being on the water in his boat and fishing. He had enjoyed having friends over after a day on the water and having fish fries, crab feasts and telling “stories”. He had a passion for cooking and trying new recipes. He was almost famous for his poppyseed cake. In his younger years, he enjoyed vegetable and flower gardening, dancing, enjoying every part of life especially the fishing. Bobby married Marie Henry in 1958 and had three daughters together. After Marie’s death, Bobby married Sandra Kerns and they lived together in the Catlett area for the past 48 years. Bobby is survived by his wife, Sandra, his children, Sandy (Mike) Minor of Orlean, Bobbiejo (Mike) Dyer of Fredericksburg, Frankie (Brenda) Herndon of Manassas and Evelyn (Thomas) Cobert of Bealeton. He also leaves behind a very special niece, Nadine Gore. Bobby had the joy of being the grandfather to 10 grandchildren and a number great grandchildren. The family received visitors at Moser Funeral Home on Sunday May 12, 2019 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm . Funeral service was held at Moser Funeral Home on Monday, May 13, 2019 at Moser Funeral Home at 2:00pm. Burial followed at Catlett Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, Memorial donations maybe made to Moser Funeral Home, 233 Broadview Ave, Warrenton, VA 20186 to help with the funeral expenses.

Sara Michele Grove Our daughter, their sister and a friend to many, Sara was called home to be with the Lord on April 30, 2019 at the age of 33. A celebration of Sara’s life will be held on June 23rd, 2019, more details to be announced. Sara was born on June 28th, 1985, in Manassas, Virginia. Her family moved to Front Royal in 1989, where her lifetime of friendships began. Through the years Sara Has been a special friend to many always there to help and comfort anyone in need. Through her illness Sara still put others first, always trying to be there for them even if it was just a phone call. Sara was continuously grateful for her family and friends that stood by her, supported and loved her through the years. Sara loved her Avett Family. Their love of music and kindness to others was an inspiration to her. She loved to capture the beauty of nature through photography. She loved to travel and go to concerts and was a free spirit with a giving heart. Sara leaves behind her father Gerald (Rick) Grove and wife Karen Barton-Grove of Nokesville, Virginia; her mother Linda and husband Cliff Hurd of Front Royal, Virginia; brothers Matthew and Daniel Hurd of Front Royal, Virginia; sisters Sharon Wood and husband Edward of Bristow, Virginia, Amy Grove of Front Royal, Virginia, Jennifer Shepherd and husband Stephen of Haymarket, Virginia, Elsie Bloomer and husband Robert of Big Stone Gap, Virginia and Jessica Poffenberger and husband Brian of Haymarket, Virginia; nephew Caleb and niece Kaelyn Grove both of Front Royal, Virginia; grandfathers Bobby Simmons of Front Royal, Virginia and Amiel (Buck) Grove of Winchester, Virginia; and the joy of her life her fur baby Paige. She was preceded in death by her grandmothers Barbara Simmons and Charlene Grove. #dasanisbrite#cancersucks #ovariancancerwarrier “If you have love in your heart let show while you can” TAB Condolences may be may be sent to the family at www. maddoxfuneralhome.com Arrangements are being handled by Maddox Funeral Home, Front Royal, Virginia

William Franklin Owens, Jr. William Franklin Owens, Jr. of Delaplane, VA died May 7, 2019. Born on August 23, 1939 in West Virginia he was the son of the late William Owens, Sr. and Henrietta Burge. Mr. Owens enjoyed trains, baseball, football, and golf but most of all spending time with family. He is survived by his Bride of 60 years, Clara Owens; his two sons William Owens, III; Charles Owens; daughter Carol Ahmad; and one brother Monroe Owens; nine grandchildren, one great grandchild and six nieces and nephews. A grave side service will be held on Monday, May 13, 2019 11:00 a.m. at Leeds-Hume Cemetery. Arrangements by Royston Funeral Home, Marshall, VA.

Sue Andrews Dennis Sue Andrews Dennis, of Orange, Virginia, died on Sunday, May 5 at her home surrounded by her family. She was 75. Sue was born in Elizabeth City, North Carolina on July 12, 1943 to her parents, Stacey Mabe Andrews and Seavy James Andrews. Sue was a member of the Middleburg Tennis Club and the Loudoun Golf and Country Club in Purcellville. She was an avid bridge player. In 1991, Sue married Morgan Dennis, tennis professional and manager of the Middleburg Tennis Club. Sue and Morgan enjoyed traveling with friends and especially loved their annual October trip to Nantucket to play in a tennis tournament. Survived by son, Arthur Herbert Bryant Jr., his wife Bridget Bresee Bryant, grandsons Arthur Herbert Bryant III, James Pendleton Bryant and William Wilkinson Bryant of Orange, Virginia; daughter, Devon Dennis Settle, her husband, Robert Lloyd Settle, granddaughter Morgan Arabella Settle of Amissville, Virginia. Daughter in law, Samantha Orpin Bryant, grandson Carson James Bryant and granddaughter, Isabel Grace Bryant of Warrenton Va. Sue was preceded in death by husband Morgan and her son James Andrews Bryant. In lieu of flowers the family requests donations in Sue’s memory be directed to the Fauquier SPCA.

Lewis Edward Huffer, Sr. Lewis Edward Huffer, Sr., 84, of Mount Solon, passed away Monday, May 13, 2019, at Bellaire at Stone Port in Harrisonburg. Lewis was born on July 31, 1934, a son of the late Willie Viola (Cassidy) and James Clark Huffer. He retired from Security Storage after 37 years of service, and had served in the U.S. Army. On June 28, 1959, he was united in marriage to Ardell Tacey (Edwards) Huffer, who preceded him in death in 1994. Lewis is survived by two daughters, Valerie Gray and husband, Scott, of Mt. Solon, and Donna Kennedy and husband, Kevin, of Mt. Solon; eight grandchildren, Wesley Gray, Brie Gray, Kane Kennedy, Katelyn Kennedy, Brittney Huffer, Ashley Scatina, Brandon Huffer,and Erica Payne; seven great-grandchildren He is also preceded in death by a son, Lewis “Eddie” Huffer, Jr.; brothers, Gordon, Earl, and Clifford Huffer. The family will receive friends from 6 until 8 PM Wednesday, May 15, 2019, at Johnson Funeral Service in Bridgewater. A funeral will be conducted 2 PM Thursday, May 16, 2019, at Marshall Baptist Church in Marshall, VA, with Paul Mercer, Jr. officiating. The casket will be open prior to the service. Burial will follow at Warrenton Cemetery with military graveside rites. Memorial contributions may be made to Mt. Solon Fire and Rescue Squad, 86 Emmanuel Church Rd,. Mount Solon, VA 22843 and/or Marshall Baptist Church, P.O. Box 237, Marshall, VA 20116. Online condolences may be shared with the family at www.johnsonfs. com


CLASSIFIEDS

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CL A SSIFIEDS ADVERTISING DEADLINES: Business Directory: Thursday at noon, All other Classified ads: Monday at 3 p.m. To place your ad, Call: 540-351-1664, Toll Free: 888-351-1660, Fax: 540-349-8676, Email: classifieds@fauquier.com 001

Rentals — Apartments

Town of Warrenton ground level suite in TH, 1BR, BA, kit, W/D, FP, utils incl. $1100/ mo.917-648-1197 Vint Hill area, 2BR, near kettle run HS, front porch, country setting. $1500/mo utils, W/D & Net incl. 703-304-6105

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Rentals — Houses

Orlean: 2BR, cozy house, nice yard. $1200/mo. No pets. Security deposit & refs req´d. 540-624-3367.

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Rentals — Rooms

I am seeking 2 female roommates in the Warrenton area, $450/mo each plus utilities. Room, shared bath, travelrobinson90@ gmail.com

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Farm Equipment

´03 Massey Ferguson 1478, less than 400/ hrs, bucket, PTO, scarper, very good cond. $6000. 540-937-5487

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Firewood

YARD CLEAN UP

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Downsizing Sale INDOORS rain/shine. 5/18; 10a-4p. ´08 Toyota Yaris, C o l l e c t i b l e s , Bookcases, Toys, Holiday, Kit Items, & More. Cash only. 9417 Mountjoy Rd. (720), Marshall. Multi family community Remington Landing subdivision (Freeman’s Ford Rd, Godwins Landing Dr, Sedgwick Dr). 5/18; 8a-2p The Vint Hill Community neighborhoods 5/18; 8a-12p. Vint Hill Farm Station, Warrenton, VA 20187 There are three sections in the Vint Hill neighborhood so be on the lookout for signs. Vint Hill, 6828 Averbach Ct., 5/18, 8a-1p. CASH ONLY. Appls, jewlery/ craft supplies, art, silk flower, HH, toys, music boxes, canopy tents, LuLaRoe, lamps/ shades, linnens, clths, shoes, Barbie.

COMMUNITY YARD SALE EVERY SATURDAY

WEATHER PROVIDING GLASCOCK’S GROCERY / NICKS DELI (gravel parking lot)

8294 EAST MAIN ST, MARSHALL SET UP 7 AM UNTIL ?? FREE SET UP !!!! No selling of any fire arms

ALL WE ASK IS THAT YOU LEAVE YOUR SPOT THE WAY YOU FIND IT ALSO STOP IN THE STORE AND GRAB A COLD DRINK OR SOMETHING TO EAT Family yard sale, 9a-1p, 5/18. 7233 Covingtons Corner Rd, Bealeton, 22712. Great stuff. HH, toys, sports items

FAST. EASY. RESULTS.

TREE WORK 540-395-4814; 540-364-2682

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Miscellaneous For Sale

Clive Cussler Hard Back Books , 8 are hard back, 1 lg paperback. $25 for all. 540-522-8800 Southern Gospel Music Collection, 200+ CD´s @ $2 ea.; 200+ cassettes @ $1 ea. Lg. selection of VHS western movies; Volume of History of NASCAR. AVON collectibles. 703-408-4168 or 703-361-2457. Vintage Pink Scalloped Bath Sink w/ matching stand. Good condition. It is engraved with what appears to show “1953”. Comes with wall mount bracket. Contact: Lee at mojaveson@comcast. net

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Miscellaneous Wanted

WANTED FREON R12 We pay CA$H.

R12 R500 R11. Convenient. Certified professionals. refrigerantfinders. com 312-291-9169 Pets

Prince William SPCA

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CAR VAN TRUCK IN THE CLASSIFIEDS

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ABLE PET GROOMING 540-341-7888

Beautiful custom made mauve twin bedspreads. Excel cond. 2 at $75 each. Must see!! 571-589-8038

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ALPACAS Spring Herd Sale Clover Meadows Farm Gainesville, VA 571-261-1823

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GROW YOUR BUSINESS.

Livestock

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Pay for your home over 30 YEARS. Find it in about 30 MINUTES Times Classified 347-4222 or FAX 349-8676

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Business Services

DECKS - BASEMENTS WOOD & TILE FLOORING - GENERAL HANDYMAN. ZCM HANDYMAN & REMODELING SERVICES. Veteran owned, licensed and insured. 703-895-4152 GO WITH THE BEST!!! Brian´s Tree Service. LICENSED, INSURED, FREE ESTIMATES. Tree removal, trimming, deadwooding, stump removal, lot clearing. Senior discounts 540-937-4742 or 540-222-5606 G R AV E L : A L L PROJECTS. Topsoil; fill dirt; mulch. No job too small.540-8254150; 540-219-7200 GUTTERS, FREE ESTIMATES.Jack´s Seamless Gutters. 703-339-6676 or 540-373-6644. We keep our minds in the gutter. JBS Excavation & Clearing, Free estimates, tree removal, horse arena, d r i v e w a y s & landscaping. No job too big or too small. 703-582-0439 JENKINS EXCAVATING & LOGGING. Free Estimates, Class A Contractor, Commercial, Residential. Demolition, land clearing, site prep, roads, drives. 540-661-0116 Joseph Home Imp r o v e m e n t s , 703-507-5005; 703-507-8300. Kitchen, Baths, Paining, Drywall, Decks, Basements, Hardwood Floors, Tile, Plumbing, Carpentry, Electrical. Licensed & Bonded.

N U T T E R S PA I N T I N G & SERVICES Call E r i k , 540-522-3289 S e a l C o a t i n g Driveways. Call for our seasonal special. CBS Sealcoating. Why pave it?? Just S a v e I t ! ! 540-775-9228

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Design/build services. New, renovations, additions for residential. Commercial renovations & tenant uplifting. Licensed & i n s u r e d . 540-428-3050 www. s o u t h s t a r construction.com

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Affordable Roofing with Terry´s Handyman Services, LLC. Licensed & Insured. Commercial & residential. Senior discounts. 540-937-7476 Power Washing, Go from Green to Clean!!540-642-2349, 703-987-5096. Licensed & Insured! Remodels; New Homes; Windows; Painting; Garages; B a t h r o o m s ; Kitchens; Decks;. Class A. Lic & insured. GMC Enterprises of VA, LLC. 540-222-3385

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Lawn/Garden

Carr Landscapes, Consulting, Construction & Maintenance. Insured, Free Estimates. 540-349-9405 GORMANS TREE AND LANDSCAPING SERVICES. Seasonal Clean up. Snow removal, grinding, mowing, take downs. Free estimates. 540-222-4107; 540-825-1000

Landscape des i g n a n d construction specializing in retaining walls, custom patios, walkways, stairs, driveways and more. Ground Effects Landscape Construction, Inc. 540-937-3827; 703-980-7722

605 Automobiles - Domestic 2010 Dodge Charger SXT, remote start, new transmission, tires &brakes/ rotorsone mechanic w/all maintenance records available, $5,500 OBO! 540-812-6620 703-350-3244 2010 Nissan Altima, 2.5 SL 136K mls , power windows/seats, AC, CD, Bose stereo, sun rf, good cond, inspected & ready to drive $4500 OBO (703)470-3170

640 Motorcycles

BUYING? SELLING? The Classifieds Have It! Call TODAY. 540-347-4222 or FAX 540-349-8676

2008 Xingyue Motorcycle, new inspection, runs great, clean title. 138 miles. Asking $1400 OBO. Call Bill at 540-272-5747 Basically brand new 2016 Suzuki Boulevard has less than a 100 miles. LS650, Light Blue. Asking for 4,500. 540-270-4075 or email at kerhlikar@verizon. net

YOUR AD COULD BE HERE! CALL YOUR REP TODAY TO PLACE YOUR AD 540-347-4222

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Announcements

Did you know... Prince William Public Library offers

Passport Services

at Haymarket Gainesville Community Library and Potomac Community Library for more info go to: pwcgov.org/ library Place an Ad They WORK! 888-351-1660 Fauquier Heritage and Preservation Foundation!

Our historical and genealogical archives are a valuable resource for researchers and for anyone interested in tracing their roots. 540-364-3440 FHPF is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization located in Marshall, Fauquier County, Virginia. Comprised entirely of volunteers, FHPF is dedicated to preserving the history of Fauquier County and sharing the organization’s resources through both of its facilities, the John Kenneth Gott Library and the Robert L. Sinclair Education Center.

Liberty Summer Cheer Camp

Liberty Cheer will be hosting their annual Summer Cheer camp for grades Pre- K-8th Monday June 10th – Thursday June 13th8:30am- 11am -Cost is $100 Pre-Register before MAY 24th and a T-shirt will be included. Student doesn’t have to be enrolled in FCPS. Be sure to name the cheerleader who invited you on the registration form!! Visit https://libertysports.org/main/ teamcamps/id/91/seasonId/150852 for a Registration form or contact Alicia. schrank@fcps1.org

Used Curriculum and Book Fair Reserve your table to sell your used homeschool curriculum, books & other educational items. May 25, 2019 l 9:00a-2:00p Bealeton Baptist Church 11172 Remington Road Bealeton, VA 22712 Open to HOB members and nonmembers Cost:· Current HOB members: $20.00 · Non-members: $25.00 · Company Representatives- $35.00

To reserve a space you will need to complete a registration form and submit payment. *Deadline for cancellations (by email) for table reservations: May 20th, 2019. For more information or questions contact: Laura Lombardo, homeschoolersofbealeton@yahoo.com · Registration deadline: May 20th, 2019 http://homeschoolersofbealeton.com/curriculumsale

THIS COULD BE YOUR AD! CALL 540-347-4222 OR FAX 540-349-8676


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PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY BOARD CHAMBER, 1 COUNTY COMPLEX CT PRINCE WILLIAM, VA 22192

Legal Notices

PLANNING COMMISSION PUBLIC HEARING JUNE 5, 2019 7:00 PM

Legal Notices

1. Special Use Permit #SUP2019-00027, Milestone / T-Mobile @ Stonewall Middle School: To allow the installation of a telecommunications facility consisting of a 117-foot-tall stealth tower structure with fenced equipment compound. The site is located at the south-central portion of Stonewall Middle School, adjacent to an existing paved driveway, and approximately 400 feet northeast of the intersection of Lomond Dr. and Urbanna Rd. The site is addressed as 10100 Lomond Dr.; is identified on County maps as GPIN 7697-70-8563 (pt.); is zoned R-4, Suburban Residential; and is designated PL, Public Land, in the Comprehensive Plan. Gainesville Magisterial District 2. Rezoning #REZ2019-00020, Prince William Marina Parking Expansion: To rezone a ±1.45-acre site from O(L), Low-Rise Office, and R-4, Suburban Residential, to B-1, General Business District. The parcels are addressed 1215 Swan Point Rd., and 1300 and 1302 Devils Reach Rd., which abuts the intersection of Swan Point Rd. and Devils Reach Rd. The site is designated GC, General Commercial, and SRL, Suburban Residential Low, in Comprehensive Plan; and is located within the Gordon Boulevard (Rt.123) Highway Corridor Overlay District (HCOD). The case is being concurrently processed with #SUP2019-00033. Occoquan Magisterial District 3. Special Use Permit #SUP2019-00033, Prince William Marina-Parking Lot Expansion: To allow boat storage and accessory trailer storage. The parcels are addressed 1215 Swan Point Rd., and 1300 and 1302 Devils Reach Rd., which abuts the intersection of Swan Point Road and Devils Reach Rd. The subject site is zoned O(L), Low-Rise Office, and R-4, Suburban Residential; and is designated GC, General Commercial, and SRL, Suburban Residential Low, in Comprehensive Plan. The subject site is located within the Gordon Boulevard (Rt.123) Highway Corridor Overlay District (HCOD). The case is being concurrently processed with #REZ2019-00020. Occoquan Magisterial District 4. Proffer Amendment #REZ2019-00025, Westview 66: To amend the proffers associated with #REZ1998-0019 to allow the establishment of a data center campus along with associated modifications to building height and floor area ratio (FAR). The ±40-acre-site is located on the north side of Balls Ford Rd., ±0.18 miles northeast of Old Compton Rd. The site is identified on County maps as GPIN 7597-85-1301; is zoned Planned Business District, PBD; is located within the Data Center Opportunity Overlay District and Airport Safety Overlay District; and is designated FEC, Flexible Employment Center, and REC, Regional Employment Center, in the Comprehensive Plan. Gainesville Magisterial District 5. Proffer Amendment and Rezoning #REZ2019-00028, Avanti at Innovation: To amend the proffers associated with REZ #PLN200500600, Sowder Proffer Amendment, to allow a data center development with electric substation (totaling ±88.20 acres), along with associated modifications and waivers, to include building height and floor area ratio (FAR) increases; and to rezone ±0.79 acres from A-1, Agricultural, to PBD, Planned Business District. The subject property is located ±1,100 feet southwest of the Industrial Rd. and Hornbaker Rd. intersection. The project site is currently addressed as 9604 and 9518 Hornbaker Rd., and is identified on County maps as GPINs 7595-76-7903 and 7595-77-7411, respectively. The site is designated REC, Regional Employment Center, and ER, Environmental Resource, in the Comprehensive Plan; and is located within the Innovation Sector Plan. The site is also located within the Technology Overlay District (TeOD); Employment Center R&D / Light Manufacturing (EL) subdistrict of the TeOD; Data Center Opportunity Overlay District; and Airport Safety Overlay District. The case is being concurrently processed with #REZ201900032, Hornbaker Road. Brentsville Magisterial District

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6. Proffer Amendment #REZ2019-00032, Hornbaker Road: To amend the proffers associated with #REZ2000-0001 and REZ #PLN200700535, to allow a data center development with electric substation (totaling ±35.65 acres) along with associated modifications and waivers, to include building height and floor area ratio (FAR) increases, and to release the Declaration for Property. The subject property is located ±1,350 feet west of the intersection of Hornbaker Rd. and Thomasson Barn Rd.; is currently addressed as 9750 Hornbaker Rd.; and is identified on County maps as GPIN 7595-65-9741. The site is currently zoned PBD, Planned Business Development; is designated REC, Regional Employment Center, and ER, Environmental Resource, in the Comprehensive Plan; and is located within the Innovation Sector Plan. The site is also located within the Technology Overlay District (TeOD); Employment Center R&D / Light Manufacturing (EL) subdistrict of the TeOD; Data Center Opportunity Overlay District; and Airport Safety Overlay District. The case is being concurrently processed with #REZ2019-00028, Avanti at Innovation. Brentsville Magisterial District Copies of the above files can be viewed in the Planning Ofc. @ 5 County Complex Ct., Ste. 210, PW, VA. Copies of staff reports may be requested after 5/29/19, or you can view reports @ www.pwcgov.org/planning or contact us @ (703) 792-7615 or email us @ planning@pwcgov.org. ACCESSIBILITY TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES: The hearings are being held at a public facility believed to be accessible to persons with disabilities. Any person with questions on the accessibility of the facility should contact the Planning Ofc. @ the above address & No., or TDD (703) 792-6295. Persons needing interpreter services for the deaf must notify the Clerk no later than 5/29/19. Run Dates: 5/15/19, 5/22/19

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ145668-01-00; JJ145667-0100; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re SILVA GOMEZ, TIFFANY ESTHER; SILVA GOMEZ, MARIA CALESTE The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF SILVA GOMEZ, TIFFANY ESTHER; SILVA GOMEZ, MARIA CALESTE; It is ORDERED that the defendant SILVA GOMEZ, GUILLERMO appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/10/2019; 10:00 AM Helen Cisler, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ146132-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re NYHIRA OTI, LEILANI AMA The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF NYHIRA OTI, LEILANI AMA; It is ORDERED that the defendant BOATENG KARIKARI, KAWDWO appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 07/08/2019; 10:30 AM Karina Sandoval, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ145960-01-00; JJ145961-0100; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re MARTINEZ, JENNIFER GUADALUPE; GUZMAN, BRALLAN The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF MARTINEZ, JENNIFER GUADALUPE; GUZMAN, BRALLAN; It is ORDERED that the defendant GUADALUPE GUZMAN BLANCO appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/20/2019; 10:30 AM Susan Seitz, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ146063-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re RAMIREZ GIRON, ESTEFANY YUMARA The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF RAMIREZ GIRON, ESTEFANY YUMARA; It is ORDERED that the defendant MARCHORRO VILLEDA DE GIRON, MARIA TERESA appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 07/1/2019; 10:30 AM Tina Cha, Deputy Clerk

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ146010-01-00; JJ146011-0100; JJ146012-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re CAMPBELL, CARTER MCCLOUD; CAMPBELL, PARKER ALEN; CARTER, TYLER WILLIAM The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF CAMPBELL, CARTER MCCLOUD; CAMPBELL, PARKER ALEN; CARTER, TYLER WILLIAM; It is ORDERED that the defendant ROSS CAMPBELL appear at the abovenamed Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/24/2019; 10:30 AM Abby L. Cook, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ146120-01-00; JJ146121-0100; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re REMOS ALVAREZ, DAVID ADONAI; RAMOS ALVAREZ, ANGEL MATEO The object of this suit is to: O B TA I N C U S T O D Y O F R E M O S ALVAREZ, DAVID ADONAI; RAMOS ALVAREZ, ANGEL MATEO; It is ORDERED that the defendant ALAVAREZ VARQUILLA,MARIA DEYSI appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 07/02/2019; 10:30 AM Theresa Robinson, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ145920-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re ESPANA PERDOMO, JOSE ANTONIO The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF ESPANA PERDOMO, JOSE ANTONIO; It is ORDERED that the defendant NORMA GISELA PERDOMO VARGAS appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/17/2019; 10:30 AM Susan Seitz, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ132147-10-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re BOXLEY, ZARAY The object of this suit is to: CONDUCT A PERMANENCY PLANNING HEARING; It is ORDERED that the defendant JOHN DOE appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 07/26/2019; 1:30 PM Keshara Luster, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ145792-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re SAMPSON, SHANTI KAURIMA The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF SAMPSON, SHANTI KAURIMA; It is ORDERED that the defendant ______ appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 07/12/2019; 10:00 AM Justine Bailey, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ146062-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re PADILLA ZUNIGA, FAVELA MARLISS The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF PADILLA ZUNIGA, FAVELA MARLISS; It is ORDERED that the defendant PADILLA CARTAGENA, LUDIN ALBERTO appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 07/01/2019; 10:30 AM Tina Cha, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ145359-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re BARNICA GUERRA, CRISTOPHER The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF AND FACTUAL FINDINGS UNDER SIJS OF/FOR BARNICA GUERRA, CRISTOPHER; It is ORDERED that the defendant UNKNOWN appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 05/09/2019; 10:00 AM Susan Seitz, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ132147-10-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re BOXLEY, ZARAY The object of this suit is to: CONDUCT A HEARING TO INVOLUNTARILY TERMINATE THE PARENTAL RIGHTS; It is ORDERED that the defendant JOHN DOE appear at the abovenamed Court and protect his or her interests on or before 07/26/2019; 1:30 PM Keshara Luster, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ145682-01-00; JJ145683-0100; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re SEWORNOO, LEAH OFORIWAH; SEWORNOO, KOBE CHARLES The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF SEWORNOO, LEAH OFORIWAH; SEWORNOO, KOBE CHARLES; It is ORDERED that the defendant SEWORNOO, CHARLES appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 05/28/2019; 10:30 AM Karina Sandoval, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ145804-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re CASTILLO-GUEVARA JOSE The object of this suit is to: DETERMINE CUSTODY OF CASTILLOGUEVARA JOSE DOB 2/23/2019; It is ORDERED that the defendant JOSE EDUARDO CATILLO CHAVEZ appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/04/2019; 10:00 AM Abby Cook, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ119251-02-01; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re POLLARD, KHYE SUE The object of this suit is to: CONDUCT A FOSTER CARE REVIEW; It is ORDERED that the defendant STARLETA MERCIER appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/26/2019; 1:30 PM Keshara Luster, Deputy Clerk


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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ146032-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re ORDAZ PEREZ, ADRIANA G The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF ORDAZ PEREZ, ADRIANA G; It is ORDERED that the defendant ORDAZ CRUZ, FELICIANO appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/28/2019; 10:30 AM Theresa Robinson, Deputy Clerk

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ146033-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re ZURITA PEREZ, NAYELI The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN JOINT CUSTODY OF ZURITA PEREZ, NAYELI; It is ORDERED that the defendant ZURITA, CELERINO appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/28/2019; 10:30 AM Theresa Robinson, Deputy Clerk

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ128503-03-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re FORNAH, JEFFERSON WIDMALL The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF FORNAH, JEFFERSON WIDMALL; It is ORDERED that the defendant REGINA CHARLES appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 07/02/2019; 10:30 AM Theresa Robinson, Deputy Clerk

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ146122-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re DANIEL, ZIVA DANIELLA The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF DANIEL, ZIVA DANIELLA; It is ORDERED that the defendant MBI, DANIEL E appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 07/02/2019; 10:30 AM Theresa Robinson, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ145983-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re JONES, AUBREY JOY The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF JONES, AUBREY JOY; It is ORDERED that the defendant JOHNSON, DARRON EDWARD appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/24/2019; 10:30 AM Karina Sandoval, Deputy Clerk

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ146005-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re GUOX VICENTE, JUAN LUIS A The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF GUOX VICENTE, JUAN LUIS A; It is ORDERED that the defendant DECUM, DEMESIO appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/27/2019; 10:30 AM Karina Sandoval, Deputy Clerk

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ146023-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re JIMERSON, ADONIS JAMES The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF JIMERSON, ADONIS JAMES; It is ORDERED that the defendant SPEED, SAMUEL LEON appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/25/2019; 10:30 AM Karina Sandoval, Deputy Clerk

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ146060-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re ANTOINETTE SAVAGE, LEILAH The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN JOINT CUSTODY OF ANTOINETTE SAVAGE, LEILAH; It is ORDERED that the defendant UNKNOWN FATHER appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/25/2019; 10:30 AM Theresa Robinson, Deputy Clerk

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ145926-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re BALLARD, NEVAEH LONDON The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF BALLARD, NEVAEH LONDON; It is ORDERED that the defendant BRITTANY BALLARD appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/17/2019; 10:30 AM Susan Seitz, Deputy Clerk

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ145950-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re HINES, NICOLAS FRANCISCO The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF HINES, NICOLAS FRANCISCO; It is ORDERED that the defendant UNKNOWN appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/18/2019; 10:30 AM Keshara Luster, Deputy Clerk

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ141743-02-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re MAKEL, NEVAEL LEONA The object of this suit is to: O B TA I N C U S TO D Y O F M A K E L , NEVAEL LEONA; It is ORDERED that the defendant BROWN, JERMAINE appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/17/2019; 10:30 AM Keshara Luster, Deputy Clerk

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ145894-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re COOPER, SHIAYN PAMELA-RENEE The object of this suit is to: EMANCIPATION OF COOPER, SHIAYN PAMELA-RENEE; It is ORDERED that the defendant UNKNOWN FATHER appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/21/2019; 10:30 AM Abby L. Cook, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ145669-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re CRUZ ZAPATA, JESUS XAVIER The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF CRUZ ZAPATA, JESUS XAVIER; It is ORDERED that the defendant CRUZ ZAPATA, HERVERTH ORLANDO appear at the abovenamed Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/10/2019; 10:00 AM Helen Cisler, Deputy Clerk

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ137540-03-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re CARRASCO RUIZ, ALINA SOFIA The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF CARRASCO RUIZ, ALINA SOFIA; It is ORDERED that the defendant MARVIN DANIEL CARRASCO CHACON appear at the abovenamed Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/18/2019; 10:30 AM Keshara Luster, Deputy Clerk

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ108880-01-02; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re PAGAN, NESTOR B; JR The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF PAGAN, NESTOR B; JR; It is ORDERED that the defendant PAGAN, NESTOR BRAULIO appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/27/2019; 10:30 AM Karina Sandoval, Deputy Clerk

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ145927-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re MARITNEZ, ISABELLA CHARLIE The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF MARITNEZ, ISABELLA CHARLIE; It is ORDERED that the defendant AMY TIE ROACHE appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/17/2019; 10:30 AM Susan Seitz, Deputy Clerk


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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ145893-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re JALLOH, KHADIJATU The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF JALLOH, KHADIJATU; It is ORDERED that the defendant JALLOH, AMINATA appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/12/2019; 10:00 AM Helen Cisler, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ145852-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re WEBER, KASH LORENZO The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF WEBER, KASH LORENZO; It is ORDERED that the defendant WEBER, CHRISTOPHER STEVEN appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/07/2019; 10:00 AM Karina Sandoval, Deputy Clerk

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ145922-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re NUNEZ PORTILLO, IKER NAIN The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF NUNEZ PORTILLO, IKER NAIN; It is ORDERED that the defendant FERNANDO NUNEZ SORIANO appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/17/2019; 10:30 AM Susan Seitz, Deputy Clerk

ORDER OF PUBLICATION

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ145925-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re SUAZO VASQUEZ, EDUARDO A The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF SUAZO VASQUEZ, EDUARDO A; It is ORDERED that the defendant WILSON ANTONIO SUAZO appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/18/2019; 10:30 AM Susan Seitz, Deputy Clerk

NOTICE OF FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACT AND NOTICE OF INTENT TO REQUEST RELEASE OF FUNDS May 15, 2019 Prince William County Office of Housing and Community Development Billy J. Lake, Director Dr. A. J. Ferlazzo Building 15941 Donald Curtis Drive, Suite 112 Woodbridge, Virginia 22191-4217 (703) 792-7530 These notices shall satisfy two separate but related procedural requirements for activities to be undertaken by the Prince William County.

REQUEST FOR RELEASE OF FUNDS On or about June 3, 2019 the Prince William County Office of Housing and Community Development (OHCD) will submit a request to the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Washington DC Field Office for the release of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds under Title 1 of the Community Development Block Grant Act of l974, as amended, and HOME Investment Partnerships Program (HOME) funds to undertake the following projects: INSIGHT Acquisition (FFY19 CDBG) Acquisition of property to provide a primary benefit of affordable housing to low income persons with developmental disabilities. Location TBD. CDBG funding of $450,000. Pathway Homes, Inc. (FFY19 CDBG) Acquisition of property in Prince William County to provide a primary benefit of affordable housing to low income persons with mental illness/disabilities. Location TBD. CDBG funding of $225,000.

ORDER OF PUBLICATION

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ145834-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re DE JESUS JIMENEZ, SELVIN The object of this suit is to: DETERMINE CUSTODY FOR DE JESUS JIMENEZ, SELVIN; It is ORDERED that the defendant VIDAL ERNESTO VILLEGAS PENA appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/10/2019; 10:00 AM KESHARA LUSTER, Deputy Clerk

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ139745-02-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re WORLEY, JERAMIAH The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF WORLEY, JERAMIAH; It is ORDERED that the defendant DOUTHARD, RONALD appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/11/2019; 10:00 AM Helen Cisler, Deputy Clerk

ORDER OF PUBLICATION

ORDER OF PUBLICATION

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ145854-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re PLUMMER, XAVIER DARWIN The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF PLUMMER, XAVIER DARWIN; It is ORDERED that the defendant PLUMMER, WAYNE CURTIS appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/10/2019; 10:00 AM Karina Sandoval, Deputy Clerk

Public Notices

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ145893-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re JALLOH, KHADIJATU The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF JALLOH, KHADIJATU; It is ORDERED that the defendant UNKNOWN FATHER appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/12/2019; 10:00 AM Helen Cisler, Deputy Clerk

FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACT The Prince William County Office of Housing and Community Development has determined that the project(s) will have no significant impact on the human environment. Therefore, an Environmental Impact Statement under the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA) is not required. Additional project information is contained in the Environmental Review Record (ERR) on file at Prince William County Office of Housing and Community Development, at 15941 Donald Curtis Drive, Suite 112, Woodbridge, VA 22191-4217 and may be examined or copied weekdays 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.

PUBLIC COMMENTS Any individual, group, or agency may submit written comments to the Prince William County Office of Housing and Community Development, at 15941 Donald Curtis Drive, Suite 112, Woodbridge, VA 22191-4217. The Prince William County Office of Housing and Community Development will consider all comments received by May 30, 2019, prior to authorizing submission of a request for release of funds. Commenter’s should specify which Notice they are addressing.

ENVIRONMENTAL CERTIFICATION The Prince William County Office of Housing and Community Development certifies to HUD that name of Certifying Officer in his/her capacity as Official Title consents to accept the jurisdiction of the Federal Courts if an action is brought to enforce responsibilities in relation to the environmental review process and that these responsibilities have been satisfied. HUD’s approval of the certification satisfies its responsibilities under NEPA and related laws and authorities and allows the name of grant recipient to use Program funds.

OBJECTIONS TO RELEASE OF FUNDS HUD will accept objections to its release of funds and the Prince William County Office of Housing and Community Development certification for a period of fifteen days following the anticipated submission date or its actual receipt of the request (whichever is later) only if they are on one of the following bases: (a) the certification was not executed by the Certifying Officer of the Prince William County; (b) Prince William County has omitted a step or failed to make a decision or finding required by HUD regulations at 24 CFR Part 58; (c) the grant recipient or other participants in the development process have committed funds or incurred costs or undertaken activities not authorized by 24 CFR Part 58 before approval of a release of funds by HUD; or (d) another Federal agency acting pursuant to 40 CFR Part 1504 has submitted a written finding that the project is unsatisfactory from the standpoint of environmental quality. Objections must be prepared and submitted in accordance with the required procedures (24 CFR Part 58, Sec.58.76) and shall be addressed to HUD, 820 First Street, N.E., Suite 450, Washington, DC 20002-4255, Attention: Mr. Michael D. Rose, Director, Community Planning and Development Division. Potential objectors should contact HUD at (202) 275-9200, to verify the actual last day of the objection period. Christopher E. Martino, County Executive Certifying Officer


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Notice of Living Estate Trust “Omini Tete Riman Living Estate Trust”. This living Estate Trust Governs the Estate given to Omini Tete Riman by Testatrix Janet Ubi, evidence in the Testatrix Intent held in private, preceded by Jeremia 1:5. The Trustees and Executor for the Omini Tete Riman Living Estate Trust have accepted their appointments. The trust is vested, and assigned a private number recorded 8/24/2018 book no 201808240062756, Prince William County, VA. The beneficiary of the trust is private, whose status is private civilian, the record is in 201901230004507, Prince William County. Their jurisdiction is Exclusive Equity Jurisdiction, governed by the Maxims of English and American equity as at the time of the adoption of the *1789 Constitution for the USA, protected by **Article III Sec 2 subd.1, heir to the posterity thereof. This notice shall amend the declaration of status recorded by the Deputy Clerk in Lamar County 3/5/2018 BPA Book 84 pages 551, replacing all *1933 and **14th Amendment references. All challenges or rebuttals are to be sent within 30 days, USPS registered mail, addressed to Executor Office, P. O. Box 7162, Woodbridge VA [22195], or be it resolved the facts stated herein stand absolute truth in any and all relevant matters.

ABC Licenses Full Name(s) of owner(s): OBC Bristow, LLC Trading as: Ornery Beer Company Bristow 8088/8092/8096 Flannery Court Manassas, Prince William Virginia 20109-2872 The above establishment is applying to the VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF ALCOHLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL (ABC) for a Brewery (500-10,000 BBL) and Keg license to sell or manufacture alcoholic beverages. Randy Barnette, Managing 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 800-552-3200.

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Substitute Teachers Seeking a part time job while home from college? Fauquier County Public Schools is looking for Substitute Teachers; Degreed & Non-degreed. Next training has been scheduled June 25th, 2019 located at Fauquier High School 9am to 2pm. To attend please apply online at jobs. fauquiercounty.gov.

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Public Notices Full name(s) of owner(s): THE STATE OF TEXAS CITATION BY PUBLICATION PARENT & CHILD CASE NO. 469-30185-2017 In the Interest of Alexandra Cruz, Lizbeth Reyes In The 469th District Court Of Collin County, Texas TO: Juan Carlos Reyes aka Juan Carlos Crus Reyes, Defendant NOTICE TO RESPONDENT: “You have been sued. You may employ an attorney. If you or your attorney does not file a written answer with the clerk who issued this citation by 10:00 a.m. on the Monday next following the expiration of twenty days after you were served this citation and petition, a default judgment may be taken against you.” Greetings: You are hereby commanded to appear by filing a written answer in the 469th District Court, Collin County, Texas, at the courthouse of said county in McKinney, Texas, at or before 10:00 o’clock a.m. of the Monday next after the expiration of 20 days from the date of service of this citation then and there to answer the petition of the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services, Petitioner, filed in the Court of Collin County, Texas on the 12th day of December, 2017, against Juan Carlos Reyes aka Juan Carlos Crus Reyes, Respondent, and suit being numbered ---- on the docket of said court, and styled “In The Interest of Lizbeth Reyes”, the nature of which suit is Original Petition for Protection of the Child(ren), for Conservatorship, and for Termination in Suit Affecting Parent-Child Relationship. Said Child(ren) Date of Birth: County of Birth: State of Birth: Lizabeth Reyes, January 25, 2017, Prince William, Virginia The court has Authority in this suit to enter any judgment or decree in the child/children interest which will be binding upon you, including the termination of the parent-child relationship and the appointment of a conservator with authority to consent to the child/children adoption. Issued and given under my hand and the Seal of said Court, at office in McKinney, Texas, on this the 30th day of April, 2019. ATTEST: Lynne Finley, District Clerk Collin County, Texas; Collin County Courthouse 2100 Bloomdale Road, McKinney, Texas 75071 972-548-4320, Metro 972-424-1460 ext. 4320 By: Anita Otrega, Deputy

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FAMILY DOLLAR STORES OF VIRGINIA, INC Trading as: FAMILY DOLLAR #28739; 13975 Jefferson Davis Hwy., Woodbridge, Prince William, Virginia 22191

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The above establishment is applying to the VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL (ABC) for a WINE AND BEER OFF PREMISES license to sell or manufacture alcoholic beverages.

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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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Veteran Owned, Insured and Licensed

Decks + Basements+Wood/Tile Floors + General Handyman Services Carlos Marquez General Manager

cmremservices@gmail.com 703 895-4152

Home Improvment

Michael R. Jenkins

540-825-4150 • 540-219-7200 mbccontractingservices@yahoo.com

Drywall

SEAL COATING DRIVEWAYS 

540-775-9228 | 804-867-8016

CBS Sealcoating  

Nutters Painting & Services – SPECIALIZING IN – • Painting (Int&Ext) • Roofing/Repairs • Siding • Gutters • Drywall • Carpentry

Lawn Maintenace • Planting • Mulching Bed Design • Spring/Fall Cleaning • Seeding Aeration • Dethatching • Top Soil • Sod Fertilization Programs • Trimming/Pruning Gutter Cleaning • Debris Removal Family Owned & Operated • Licensed and Insured

540-347-3159 •703-707-0773

Lawn

Pet Services Love animals? Volunteer with us!    To sign up, see website below for application

• Fencing • Vinyl Trim & • Gutter Cleaning Fascia Wrap • Bathroom • Brickwork • Pressure Washing Remodeling • Deck Water Sealing • Crown Molding • Yard Maintenance • Tree Removal

Call Erik 540-522-3289 Free Estimates 20 years exp. Licensed/Ref’s Available • Discount Pricing nutterspainting@aol.com

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Power Washing

Power Washing

Windows Cleaning

POTOMAC WINDOW CLEANING CO.

WINDOW CLEANING: Inside & Outside • By Hand • Residential Specialist POWER WASHING: No Damage, Low Pressure. Soft Brushing By Hand • Removes Dirt On Brick, Concrete, Wood & Siding

CHASE FLOOR WAXING SERVICE

 

Family Owned & Operated for 30 Years | Working Owners Assures Quality & Knowledgeable Workmanship

703.356.4459 | LICENSED • BONDED & INSURED

Painting/Wallpaper

Roofing

Tree Service/Firewood NORTH'S TREE SERVICE & LANDSCAPING Family Owned & Operated for Over 30 yrs. Quality Work Guaranteed CALL ABOUT - COMPLETE TREE SERVICE OUR

- ALL PHASES OF LANDSCAPING 25% OFF

- All phases of Masonry - Gravel & Grading Driveways - Fencing Honest and Dependable

SPECIALS

540-533-8092

Free Estimates • Lic/Ins • BBB Member • Angie’s List Member

CHARLES JENKINS TREE SERVICES Family Owned Since 1970

If you want a Classy Job call ...

LOT CLEARING • TOPPING • TRIMMING • MULCHING EDGING • FERTILIZING • TREE REMOVAL • SPRAYING ALSO SEASONED FIREWOOD & MULCH DELIVERY FREE ESTIMATES • REASONABLE RATES

Painting & Decorating, LLC

Cell: 540.422.9721 

• Home painting & carpentry repairs • 30 years of hands on experience • Small company with personal service

“A Country Boy’s Dream”

Free Consultations & Estimates.

INSURED - BONDED - LICENSED

Creative • Professional • First Class Painting Services

Call today! 540-349-1614 or 703-444-7255 Fully licensed & Insured

Pond

 Aquatic Weed Control Fountain & Aerators Pond Dredging & Repairs Fisheries Management Phone: 540-349-1522 www.vawaters.com

Plumbing

Tile T&J Ceramic Tile, Inc.

LICENSED & INSURED • FAMILY OWNED & OPERATED

Free Estimates • Installation & Repair • Residential & Commercial • New Homes or Remodel Work

Tim Mullins (540)439-0407 • Fax (540)439-8991 tandjceramictile@comcast.net www.tandjceramictile.com

Tree Service/Firewood

Professional Services

Breezy Knoll RESIDENTIAL CARE LLC

Living in a smaller place can reduce anxiety and stress. Loved ones will not get lost in 

Ofc: 540.812.4294 14274 EGGSBORNSVILLE ROAD •CULPEPER, VA 22701

keep it classy Advertise in the classifieds. 540-351-1664 540-349-8676 (fax) classifieds@fauquier.com

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