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August 14, 2019 | Vol. 18, No. 33 | 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.

Wittman shifts stance on background checks By Daniel Berti

Times Staff Writer

After a weekend of gun violence during which 31 people were killed in mass shootings, Rep. Rob Wittman says he now supports strengthening gun background checks, an apparent shift for the congressman who has an A+ rating from the National Rifle Association. “I support strengthening our National Instant Criminal Background Check System. We must have a constructive conversation about

how to put a stop to these mass shootings while protecting the rights of law-abiding citizens,” Wittman, R-1st, said in an email. Rob Wittman W i t t m a n’s statement came in response to back-to-back mass shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, on Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 3 and 4. The El Paso shoot-

er, who targeted Hispanic shoppers at a Walmart, killing 22 and injuring dozens more, was armed with an AK-47 assault-style rifle. The Dayton, Ohio, shooter used a .223-caliber, high-capacity rifle technically classified as pistol to kill nine people and injure 27 at a restaurant. The shooter’s rampage lasted only 30 seconds before he was shot and killed by police. “I am deeply disturbed by these senseless and heart-wrenching tragedies. I remain extremely concerned about gun violence, and I believe it

is absolutely critical that we continue working to address this problem. We must be focused on preventing criminals from acquiring firearms in the first place, addressing the behavior that leads to this violence and preventing future acts of violence,” Wittman said. Wittman is the only Republican member of Congress representing Prince William County, which is split between three House districts: the 1st, 10th and 11th. U.S. Rep. Jennifer See WITTMAN, page 2

Cookies, cream and kratom? Supervisor leads advocacy group for controversial herbal supplement By Daniel Berti

Times Staff Writer

Supervisor Pete Candland and his wife Robyn are well known for the two Cookies & Cream ice cream shops they own in Haymarket and Bristow. Lesser known is Candland’s other day job – a position that has him on the forefront of the fight to keep controversial herbal supplement kratom legal at the state and federal levels. Candland, R-Gainesville, has quietly led the American Kratom Association as its executive director since 2016. Kratom, a plant-derived substance that has similar properties to opiates, is legal in the U.S. but has been banned in six states and Washington D.C. There are currently no laws regulating kratom at the federal level. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has recommended kratom’s active ingredient, mitragynine, be classified as a Schedule 1 drug, citing its “high potential for abuse” and morphine-like pharmacological effects. Other Schedule 1 drugs include heroin, marijuana and ecstasy. In Virginia, there have been 26 fatal overdoses associated with kratom since 2015. All but three, however, have also involved other deadly

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Supervisor Pete Candland, R-Gainesville, greets voters outside the polls at Bull Run Middle School during the May 4 GOP primary. Candland beat primary challenger Ray Mizener with 73 percent of the vote. He now faces a challenge from Democrat Danny Funderburk in November. drugs, including heroin and fentanyl, according to the Virginia Department of Health. As the American Kratom Association’s executive director, Candland, 44, lobbies state and federal officials for the continued legalization and increased regulation of kratom products. The organization has successfully lobbied lawmakers in four states – Utah, Nevada, Georgia and INSIDE Special Back to School Puzzle.............20 Calendar.............................................10 Classifieds...........................................13 Lifestyle................................................8

Arizona -- to pass the “Kratom Consumer Protection Act,” which sets regulatory requirements on kratom products while keeping it legal. Those regulations include increased labeling and manufacturing guidelines; a ban on the sale of adulterated kratom products; and a ban on the sale of kratom to anyone under 18 years old. Candland said the American KraObituaries...........................................12 Opinion.................................................5 Puzzle...................................................6 Real Estate..........................................11 Sports...................................................7

tom Association’s focus is on keeping kratom uncontaminated and legal. “We don’t represent the vendors in the industry, we represent consumers, and our goal is to protect consumers and protect their right to consume kratom,” Candland said in a recent interview. “We believe that people should have the right to make See KRATOM, page 4

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9 arrested in Prince William prostitution sting Prince William County Police arrested nine people in a sting operation at a hotel in the Manassas area of Prince William County on Thursday, Aug. 8.   According to Sgt. Jonathan  Perok, spokesman for the Prince William County Police Department, undercover detectives created online advertisements designed to solicit commercial sex that led to the contact of numerous suspects by phone and through social media. Multiple suspects were then iden-

tified and charged with solicitation of prostitution and “frequenting a bawdy place,” which Virginia code defines as any place within or outside any building or structure that is used or is to be used for lewdness, assignation, or prostitution. The operation was aimed at combating the illicit demand and solicitation of commercial sex services, which has a direct connection to human trafficking, Perok said.  There were 143 cases of sex trafficking in Virginia in 2018, up from

112 in 2017, according to the National Human Trafficking Hotline. Prince William County Police have conducted training at area hotels, local churches, hospitals and other county agencies to educate staff on how to identify and report suspected commercial sex and human trafficking,  Perok  said in a news release. In connection with the investigation, police charged eight men with frequenting a bawdy place and soliciting prostitution. They

include: a 19-year-old from Manassas; 21-year-old from Centreville; a 55-year-old from Gainesville; a 40-year-old from Manassas; 48-yearold from Manassas; a 43-yearold from Winchester; a 35-yearold from  Bristow;  a  45-year-old from  Mineral; a 26-year-old from Chantilly; and a 21-year-old from Centreville. The Centreville man was also charged with resisting arrest.

Two residents and one firefighter were injured Sunday evening during a fire that damaged four townhomes in Woodbridge, according to Prince William County Fire and Rescue officials. Firefighters were dispatched to the 1800 block of Tilletson Place in Woodbridge at about 5:54 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 11, according to a report of

the blaze posted on the fire department’s Facebook page. Crews arrived on the scene to find “heavy fire spreading” into the three townhouses. A second alarm was requested. Three townhouses received “extensive damage,” and one suffered minor damage, the report said.

Two civilians and one firefighter suffered non-life-threatening injuries and were transported to local hospitals, the reports said. A total of eight people were displaced by the fire and are being assisted by the Red Cross. The Fire Marshal’s Office remains on the scene for investigative purposes, the report said.

Three people, including two firefighters, suffered minor injuries in a fire that damaged four townhomes in Woodbridge on Sunday, Aug. 11.

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H.R. 1112, that sought to strengthen firearm background checks. Both bills passed the House mostly along party lines and are awaiting a vote in the Senate. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Kentucky, says the Senate will address gun back-

ground checks this fall. Wittman was strongly opposed to gun reforms introduced by President Barack Obama (D) in 2015 in the wake of a mass shooting in San Bernardino, California, that killed 14 and injured 22. Those reforms included strengthening gun background checks and closing the gun show loophole. “Limiting our constitutionally guaranteed rights is never the answer. That is why it’s so important for us to affirmatively protect the Second Amendment rights of law-abiding citizens,” Wittman said at the time. “I promise I will fight with everything I have and use every opportunity available to counter these executive overreaches by the president that limit the fundamental liberties and freedoms guaranteed to us under the United States Constitution.” Virginia’s 1st Congressional District stretches from Prince William County through the Eastern Shore, covering parts of 20 counties. More than 117,000 Prince William County voters reside in the 1st District.

President Donald Trump has said he wants stronger background checks for guns following the mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton, putting pressure on Republicans to follow suit. “Serious discussions are taking place between House and Senate leadership on meaningful Background Checks. I have also been speaking to the NRA, and others, so that their very strong views can be fully represented and respected,” Trump said in a tweet. Trump has made similar statements in the past, including after the high school shooting in Parkland, Florida, in 2018. Trump backed away from his support for gun reforms after a meeting with National Rifle Association officials in the Oval Office. Senate Majority Leader Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-Kentucky, who has long opposed gun reforms, said expanding background checks and “red flag” laws will be discussed in the Senate following August recess. Reach Daniel Berti at dberti@ fauquier.com

Fire damages 4 townhomes, injuring 3

Wittman shifts stance on background checks Wexton and U.S. Rep. Gerald Connolly, both Democrats, represent the 10th and 11th districts, respectively. Wittman voted against two House bills earlier this year, H.R. 8 and

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Manassas picks Ralph Smith as interim city councilman By Daniel Berti

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The Manassas City Council voted unanimously Monday to appoint Ralph Smith as an interim council member to replace former councilman Ken Elston, who resigned July 31. Smith will serve on the council until a special election in November to fill the remainder of Elston’s term, which expires at the end of 2022. Manassas Mayor Hal Parrish addressed a packed room at the Aug. 12 Manassas City Council meeting to introduce Smith as interim councilman. “I’ve known Ralph Smith for many years, and I’ve known him to be a genuine gentleman,” Parrish said. “This a very special moment for our community.” Smith is a past president of the Prince William Branch NAACP and has served the city as an election official for more than 20 years. Smith was senior executive for the U.S. Social Security Administration from 1997 to 2002 and branch manager at the SSA from 1987 to 1997. Smith has been involved in community service efforts for decades, helping community members with

Ralph Smith, center, was appointed to serve as an interim member of the Manassas City County until a special election is held Nov. 5. Smith will fill part of Ken Elston’s term on the council. Elston resigned July 31 to take a job at High Point University in North Carolina. issues like housing, employment, justice, public education and employment. He is a recipient of the Prince William County Human Rights Award and has been recog-

nized by the Library of Congress for community service. On his application for the position of interim council member, Smith wrote that he would continue to con-

duct himself with integrity and commitment and would be true to those values as a council member. “I enjoy my work with the citizens in the three communities I serve – helping them with issues and helping them to understand local government processes, their services and functions,” Smith wrote. “Now, I realize that I need to step up and do more for my city. Being a city council member would be a way for me to give back to the community that has supported and encouraged me over the past almost 40 years.” Elston, a Democrat, was first elected to council in 2014, announced his resignation in May after taking the position of associate dean of the college of arts and sciences at High Point University in High Point, North Carolina. Democrats took the majority on the Manassas City Council for the first time after the November 2018 election, when Elston was re-elected and Michelle Davis-Younger, also a Democrat, became the first African-American woman to serve on the council. Reach Daniel Berti at dberti@ fauquier.com

East End kids get ready to go back to school

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Back-to-school fun: Kids who live at East End Mobile Home Park in Manassas are ready to go back to school thanks to a community effort to collect backpacks and school supplies for more than 100 children. Activist Helen Zurita led the effort to recruit donations from around the City of Manassas and Prince William County. Volunteers donated backpacks for each East End child and then filled them with the supplies designated by the child’s school and grade level. The backpacks, each with an individual child’s name attached, were distributed Sunday, Aug. 11, during a celebration at the mobile home park.


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Cookies, cream and kratom?

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Legal in Virginia, banned in six states

their own choices about their health and well-being on whether they consume kratom or not.” Candland was elected supervisor of the Gainesville District in 2011. All eight seats on the Prince William County Board of Supervisors are up for re-election in November. Candland is seeking a third term on the board and faces a challenge from Democrat Danny Funderburk.

Candland: Kratom an option ‘to get off opioids’

The American Kratom Association is funded primarily by individual donors and organizations interested in supporting the group’s mission of keeping kratom legal but regulated. Candland, who began working for the organization in 2016, said he has consumed kratom once and “didn’t feel a thing.” The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has warned consumers not to use kratom and said the plant has properties that expose users to the risks of addiction, abuse and dependence. Advocates of kratom say it’s an effective pain reliever and can help treat the effects of anxiety and depression. Some kratom users also say it can ease the withdrawal symptoms of more potent opioids. Candland said the supplement, which is typically consumed as a powder mixed into a tea-like drink or taken as a capsule, is a safer pain-management alternative to opioids and may help people struggling with opioid addiction kick the habit. “The American Kratom Association takes the stance that we should be offering people more options over these deadly opioids, and not less options,” Candland said. “People definitely see it as an option for them to get off of opioids.” Mac Haddow, who is a friend and longtime political associate of Candland, serves as American Kratom Association’s senior fellow on public policy. Haddow said it is inaccurate to compare kratom to opiates and notes the vast majority of kratom overdoses were caused by other drugs used in

conjunction with the herb. “Critics of kratom talk about how it harms people, but the truth is that it saves lives,” Haddow said. “We have one person every 11 minutes who dies of an opioid overdose in the United States. If kratom is helping them to stay off of opioids or ween off of opioids, that’s what we should be encouraging.” In Virginia, 23 of the 26 overdose fatalities associated with kratom since 2015 were poly-drug-use overdoses primarily involving heroin, fentanyl or benzodiazepines. There were 1,241 total drug overdose deaths involving opioids in Virginia in 2017, a rate of 14.8 deaths per 100,000 persons. Most of the fatalities were caused by heroin, fentanyl and prescription opioid overdoses, according to the state health department. A consumer health report published by the Mayo Clinic in April stated that kratom products were unsafe for consumers. “People who use kratom for relaxation report that because it is plantbased, it is natural and safe. However, the amount of active ingredient in kratom plants can vary greatly, making it difficult to gauge the effect of a given dose,” the report said. “Depending on what is in the plant and the health of the user, taking kratom may be very dangerous.”

States that have banned kratom include Alabama, Arkansas, Indiana, Wisconsin, Vermont, Rhode Island and Washington D.C. But it can be purchased over the counter at headshops and tobacco stores in most states, including Virginia. There are several tobacco shops in Prince William and Manassas that sell kratom. A spokesman for the Prince William County Police Department said the department is treating kratom as a “high-risk substance.” “We have run into it a little bit,” said Sgt. Jonathan Perok. “It is currently unregulated by the government and is not scheduled by the DEA. However, because it is unregulated, doses and methods for use, as well as lack of clinical testing for effectiveness, make kratom a highrisk substance.” Pitbull Tobacco & More, a smoke and vape shop with four retail locations in the Virginia Beach area, said kratom sales account for 33% of the stores total sales. Director of Logistics Kelsey Meade said the company sells kratom to “all walks of life,” including active-duty military members. She said the sale of kratom products has increased steadily in the last few years. “It’s a staple of our business and we would be devastated if it were to become illegal,” Meade said. Members of the Prevention Alliance of Greater Prince William County, a coalition of community members who work to prevent addiction and promote treatment, only recently learned about Candland’s position with the American Kratom Association. Heather Martinsen, of Prince William County’s Community Services, said there has been no research to support claims that kratom is an effective alternative to opioid use. “In the wake of the opioid crisis kratom has been touted by some groups to be an alternative to opioid use. There is no scientific evidence, FDA-approved research to support that claim. These claims decrease the perception of harm around the use of kratom therefore also increasing the

risk of use or misuse,” Martinsen said. Chrissy Marie Fauls, of the nonprofit Why, Inc. and a member of the group, said she is skeptical about the supplement’s ability to effectively treat opioid addiction. “We don’t know enough about it,” Fauls said. “It needs to be regulated and children absolutely should not have their hands on it.” Candland is arranging for someone from the American Kratom Association to speak to the alliance this fall, Martinsen said. Reach Daniel Berti at dberti@ fauquier.com

medical care and an opportunity to lead healthier, more productive lives,” Northam said. “The tremendous progress we have made with enrollment shines a light on the need for quality, affordable health care in Virginia and across our country.” The General Assembly voted in 2018 to expand Medicaid to cover those making up to 138 percent of the federal poverty level. Before the expansion, even disabled adults had to make less than $10,000 a year to qualify for Medicaid, and non-disabled, childless adults were not eligible no matter how little they made. “We have learned a great deal from our new members, including

the financial struggles they faced before receiving coverage. Nearly twothirds tell us that they were forced to go without needed medical care in the year before Medicaid expansion. Today, they have greater stability in their health and finances,” said Department of Medical Assistance Services Director Jennifer S. Lee. The Greater Prince William Community Health Center has been awarded a grant to address an influx of new patients since Medicaid was expanded. The Virginia Health Care Foundation, a nonprofit private-public organization, awarded the health center $128,068 to add one fulltime nurse practitioner to its staff.

The center said the increase in new patients has caused an uptick in wait times for new appointments, but that the grant would address that by increasing the number of medical providers. “We are delighted to invest in the Greater Prince William Community Health Center’s continued growth,” said Deborah Oswalt, Virginia Health Care Foundation’s executive director. The General Assembly must vote to include Medicaid expansion in the new budget they approve in 2020 for the program to continue. Reach Daniel Berti at dberti@ fauquier.com.

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Supervisor Pete Candland and his wife, Robyn, own two Cookies and Cream ice cream shops in Bristow and Haymarket.

What’s kratom?

Kratom is a tropical tree native to Southeast Asia with leaves that can have psychotropic effects. Six states and Washington, D.C. have banned kratom, but it is legal in most of the U.S. and is easy to order on the internet. Most people take kratom as a pill or capsule. Some people chew kratom leaves or brew the dried or powdered leaves as a tea. Two compounds in kratom leaves, mitragynine and 7-α-hydroxymitragynine, interact with opioid receptors in the brain, producing sedation, pleasure, and decreased pain. Mitragynine can also interact with other receptor systems in the brain to produce stimulant effects. Reported health effects of kratom use include nausea, sweating, seizures and psychotic symptoms. Some commercial forms of kratom have been laced with other compounds that have caused deaths. Some users have reported becoming addicted to kratom. There is no known treatment or behavioral therapy to treat kratom addiction. Source: National Institute on Drug Abuse.

Medicaid expansion covers 12,600 locally By Daniel Berti

Times Staff Writer

More than 11,000 Prince William County residents, 1,156 City of Manassas residents and 449 residents of Manassas Park have enrolled in Medicaid since Virginia lawmakers voted to expand the healthcare program last year, according to state officials. Gov. Ralph Northam (D) announced earlier this month that more than 300,000 additional adults have enrolled in Medicaid statewide since Jan. 1. “Because we expanded the commonwealth’s Medicaid program, hundreds of thousands of additional Virginians now have access to


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What’s your gun violence story? Rural crescent must promote smart My family’s brush with gun violence happened 17 years ago. My oldest sister called to tell me our 76-year-old dad was in the hospital. He’d been shot. “Shot? You mean like with a gun?” I asked, disbelieving. It made no sense. Our parents had been golfing in Florida. My dad was strolling toward the seventh tee when they heard a bang. When he felt something hit him in the chest, he thought he’d been struck by a golf ball. Then he saw the blood. Today, ours is not a unique story. Many of us know someone – a relative or an acquaintance – who’s been affected by gun violence. In Virginia, 140 people have been killed by gunfire since Jan. 1, and another 369 were injured. On average, Virginia has about 264 gun-related homicides and 623 gun-related suicides annually, according to the nonprofit Giffords Law Center. The numbers, however dramatic, don’t compare to the gut punch that accompanies the personal blow of gun violence. Former congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, the namesake of Giffords Law Center, narrowly survived being shot in the head outside a Tucson grocery store in 2011, an incident that left six people dead. Moms Demand Action, another pro-gun-control group, is full of such survivors. Its website is a virtual repository of hundreds of sad stories about lives shattered by gunfire. A mother and sister shot while shopping at the mall; a husband shot and killed at work; an 8-year-old son shot in the face while playing in the backyard, a brother shot in an armed robbery, and on and on. Our family was fortunate. My dad

was released from the hospital in just a few hours. The bullet grazed the front of his chest. The police scoured the golf course for the bullet or other evidence, but never found any. In 2006 – four years later -- we learned that the shooting matched the description of one of several Lee Boyd Malvo, the younger of the infamous D.C. snipers, said he and John Muhammad committed on their way to Washington, D.C. Over several months, the two shot 27 people, 10 fatally, including “two old guys on golf courses,” one in Arizona and one in Florida, Malvo told police. One of them was my dad. We lost my dad to heart disease in 2011; we are grateful that our family’s horrific brush with gun violence didn’t steal him from us nine years sooner. It’s not clear whether any of the gun laws currently under consideration could have stopped the D.C. snipers. But it’s possible that a “red flag law” might have inspired someone in Muhammad’s orbit to recognize his instability and report him. There’s at least a possibility that he might have been denied access to the guns they used to shoot 27 people, 10 fatally. Maybe. Red flag laws and stricter background checks won’t eliminate gun violence. They can’t. The hope is they might prevent at least some future deaths. Does your family have a gun violence story? If so, we invite you to write to us and share it. This could finally be the moment when our personal stories could make a difference. Maybe. Reach the Prince William and Fauquier Times at news@fauquier.com – Jill Palermo, managing editor

Mueller Report demands lawmakers’ attention We’ve been lied to about the Mueller Report. I’ve read it myself and I am glad Congress and Mr. Mueller helped more Americans hear the truth by discussing the findings on TV. Many Virginians don’t know, for instance, that then-candidate Trump was actively negotiating to build a Trump Tower in Moscow while he was lying to the public, saying over and over again he had “no deals in Russia.” He and members of his campaign asked for, welcomed, accepted and used Russia’s assistance during the campaign, although no one in Trump’s campaign assisted in the Russian attacks. Trump engaged in 10 obstructive acts regarding the investigation into Russia’s interference in our election. Mueller is by policy not allowed to indict a sitting president regardless of the misconduct he found. These are the major findings of the Mueller Report.  Mr. Mueller’s report and his sworn testimony states that Russia specifically targeted the Clinton campaign and aided the Trump campaign. The former special counsel, combat-decorated United States Marine Corps veteran, Robert S. Mueller III, also told us under oath that the Russians are still today attacking us “even as we sit here today.” I call upon my representative, Rob Wittman, R-1st, to publicly state whether he approves of the conduct of Donald J. Trump as it is described in the Mueller Report. As constituents, we deserve to know Mr. Wittman’s answer to this question. I also call upon Mr. Wittman to demand that Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-Kentucky, to stop blocking the House’s bills to beef up security in the 2020 election, or else, to explain to us why he refuses to protect us from ongoing hostile foreign interference. HEATHER TROUT Sumerduck

growth, not dumb development According to the Prince William County website, the board of supervisors directed the planning office to “conduct research on appropriate planning tools to help in the preservation of open space in rural areas.” Their first step was to commission a Rural Preservation Area Study, which the planning office has been reviewing since 2014. Currently, staff has started a process to update the comprehensive plan for the rural crescent to achieve these goals with a focus on cluster development, transfer of development rights and purchase of development rights programs. The proposed PDR program is in the current comprehensive plan and should be undertaken by the county. PDR programs have been shown to be an effective tool in preservation of farmland. Unfortunately, the other recommendations and the process itself fails to focus on the stated goals. The proposed changes do not follow the board’s direction for transferring residential development out of the rural area, and instead create areas of increased density within the existing rural crescent boundaries. Also, the planning office’s interaction with the public is problematic. They have consistently shared little information and have not provided answers to direct questions. Some information shared at the planning office staff’s July 30 public meeting was misleading and/ or in conflict with information previously shared with supervisors, such as the location of proposed areas that would receive new development under a TDR program. That new development was supposed to be directed toward areas with mixed-use development near transit nodes, not inside the rural crescent in a so-called “transition ribbon,” as is now proposed. In addition, at the July 30 meeting, planning office staff: • Incorrectly told the public that the county’s current rural cluster ordinance allows access to public sewer for new cluster developments in the rural crescent. • Proposed to remove 13,800 acres from the rural crescent to create the transition ribbon that would allow sewer and increased densities, and erroneously presented that acreage as 4,011 acres. There was no information provided on how this would improve the county’s ability to preserve open space, address infrastructure shortfalls in the development area, or attract economic investments. • Proposed a TDR program that would move densities from one area of the rural crescent to the

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new transition ribbon located within the rural crescent, rather than areas with adequate infrastructure, thus ignoring the opportunity to benefit from transit-oriented development. • Were not able to answer a question as to whether land protected through a PDR program would qualify for the county’s land-use tax assessment program. • Stated that unbuilt acreage in cluster developments as small as 12 acres would be placed into conservation easements held by a third party, with no verification that a land trust would accept properties of this size. • Omitted information on incentives for agricultural or rural economic development opportunities. We believe this current process will not develop incentivized action strategies that meet the board’s strategic plan objectives. The current process appears focused on residential development rather than considering how to promote agriculture to meet the board’s strategic plan goal that 35% of county tax revenue come from businesses or commercial property. Staff is not addressing the unique characteristics of our rural area to incentivize business, advance smartgrowth opportunities and maintain high quality-of-life conditions. We believe county staff’s current direction focuses on facilitating residential development in the rural crescent, including the extension of sewer, rather than incentivizing any segments of the agricultural industry. For this reason, it does not meet either the smart-growth goals in the comprehensive plan nor the board of supervisors’ stated objectives. We respectfully request that the board of county supervisors end this flawed process and instead maintain current densities in the rural crescent. We also request supervisors initiate a PDR program, as called for in the current comprehensive plan, as well as a review rural area incentive opportunities that do not require increased densities or access to public sewer, as originally requested by the board of county supervisors. The writer is the executive director of the Prince William Conservation Alliance.


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Isabel leads Brentsville to Prince William Cup golf title By Jeff Malmgren Times Staff Writer

As simply a spectator last fall, Gina Butler watched her daughter play golf for the state-qualifying Brentsville Tigers. Now she’s coaching her daughter, as well as one of the best teams in Prince William County. Barrett Butler joined Brentsville teammates Isabel Bae, Tony Collier and Mickey Haynes to post a strong team score of 307 Thursday and win the Prince William Cup at the Prince William Golf Club. “I’m really impressed,” Gina Butler said. “I think we’re going to be a really strong team, not only this year but for years to come.” Her impressive six-player starting lineup features five underclassmen, including junior No. 1 Isabel Bae, who shot a 68 Thursday for individual medalists honors. Senior No. 2 Tony Collier followed closely as the runner-up with a 69.

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Brentsville junior Isabel Bae shot a 68 to become the individual medalist Thursday. “Tony is really on her heals,” Butler said. “And Isabel is really fighting to keep that spot. One of the cool things you get to see as a coach is they’re constantly pushing each other to get better.” Mickey Haynes and Barrett Butler have a similarly close rivalry for the No. 3 spot in Brentsville’s lineup,

and they posted respective scores of 82 and 88 Thursday to round out the Tigers’ team score. So Brentsville convincingly defeated runner-up Patriot (324) and third-place Battlefield (338), which did not play with a complete lineup that features defending Class 6 state champion Bryce Corbett. Colgan added a fifth-place finish (357) with Osbourn Park sixth (402), Woodbridge seventh (417), Stonewall eighth (422) and Potomac ninth (478). Caden Biendl, Mikaela Mertz and Stephen Cobb led the Pioneers individually by placing third (77), fourth (78) and sixth (81), respectively, while the Bobcats’ Tate Corbett shot 82 to finish tied for eighth with Haynes from Brentsville. “If we continue to make progress and are hitting fairways in regulation, and hitting greens in regulation, I think we can bring some of those numbers down,” Gina Butler

said of the Tigers’ scores. “I think we have a great chance to return to states.” Last season, Brentsville placed seventh at the Class 3 state meet, and four starters returned this fall. Bae finished sixth individually with a 73 while Collier took 28th with an 88. The Tigers began this season with a runner-up finish during the first Class 3 Northwestern District mini tournament at Greene Hills Country Club. William Monroe won, but Brentsville played without Bae. Brentsville then placed eighth out of 26 teams in the Curly Licklider tournament, an event at Shenandoah Golf Club that favors larger teams as six golfers count toward the team score instead of the usual four. “I knew we had a lot of potential” in 2019, Butler said. “I was really excited to see they had put in hard work in the offseason.”

Best legion baseball season in Post 72 history ends with state runner-up finish By Jeff Malmgren Times Staff Writer

It began as a typical, laid-back summer baseball season in Warrenton, with no practices and a roster fluctuating based on players’ work and vacation schedules. But it turned into the best American Legion season in Post 72’s history. The Warrenton Post 72 West team finished as the Virginia state runner-up after winning the District 16 regular season and tournament championships en route to a 19-4 final record. With a team composed of players from the Battlefield, Brentsville, Fauquier, Kettle Run and Highland high school districts, Post 72 West earned a state berth for only the second time in legion history and then topped Warrenton’s fourth-place finish in 1986. Besides Fauquier and Kettle Run players, “nobody else really knew each other,” Post 72 West coach Kevin Lee said. “I thought it was fun just to see these guys mesh as far as chemistry. We just had a really great roster.” Post 72 West was composed largely of rising-freshmen and

-sophomore college players, giving Warrenton a more experienced and deeper team than usual. “Really, for the majority of the regular season, our goals simply were to get our guys their reps in, get their work in and report back to their college coaches what they’ve gotten done for the summer,” Lee said. “So our approach is we’re going to have fun. We’re not about over-coaching or grinding too much.” The relaxed atmosphere, however, didn’t keep Warrenton from advancing to the state championship game, which Vienna Post 180 won at City Stadium in Lynchburg for the second consecutive summer. Warrenton finished with an outstanding 2.94 team ERA, led by a 1.19 from Brentsville’s Mason Posey (George Mason University). He finished 5-0 with 45 strikeouts and a 1.15 WHIP. Offensively, Battlefield graduate Carter Cunningham led Post 72’s regular batters with a 1.319 OPS, .491 average, 19 RBIs, 10 doubles and two triples, adding 20 runs. “He’s a great first baseman; a

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Post 72 West’s Caden DeCroo amassed a 1.021 OPS, .381 average, 30 runs, 20 walks, 12 RBIs and five doubles. great hitter,” Kevin Lee said. “And he’s really not a pitcher, but he was kind of a stopgap for us.” Brentsville graduate Sam Beard had a 1.018 OPS, .413 average, 13 RBIs and four doubles.

“Just a fantastic ball player,” Lee said. Battlefield rising senior Peter Benavides, 72 West’s lone current high school player this summer, finished with a .994 OPS, .375 average, 14 RBIs, eight runs and four doubles. “And he’s just a fantastic defensive catcher,” Lee said. So Post 72 West lost to only two teams all season, falling twice each to Winchester and Vienna. Warrenton went 3-2 in the double-elimination state tournament despite beginning with a 10-0 loss to Vienna on July 29. Warrenton followed that game with three consecutive victories to advance to the championship game. That run began with a 5-1 win over McLean Post 270 as Posey struck out 11 and allowed only one run on five hits and two walks over 6 1/3 innings. “It’s an elimination game and he threw great,” Lee said. Warrenton then beat Lynchburg Post 16 8-6 before defeating Leesburg Post 34 10-3 to advance to the championship game. In the final, Post 72 West fell behind 4-0 but closed the score to 4-3 before losing 6-4.


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Need help in understanding your DNA results? The library has a class for that DNA testing to find family ties is all the rage these days, but analyzing the test results can be a bit overwhelming. That’s where the Bull Run Regional Library can help. RELIC is hosting a class at on Thursday, Aug. 15, at 11 a.m. at the Bull Run Regional Library’s Ruth E. Lloyd Information Center for Genealogy and Local History to give people pointers on what to do next once they receive their test results.

During the class, Genealogist Shannon Combs-Bennett will explain how to decipher DNA test results using online tools and will present several case studies of those who have taken DNA tests to show how things worked out for them, said Don Wilson, a librarian at RELIC. “She’s going to be giving anonymous examples to show how this information can be used by different people,” Wilson said. Wilson said the tests provide a lot of data that is sometimes hard to decipher. “People feel that the tests are difficult to understand because there’s

so much information that you get fed once you do the test. Trying to understand it and know what to do with it can be very complicated.” Combs-Bennett will break down how to handle the test results, talk about how the tests are given, show how information is shared, explain how to read the results and describe how to deal with the information they disclose, Wilson said.  The class, Wilson said, will also help people who are simply curious. “It’ll help people decide whether they want to take the test.” A second class will focus on adop-

tees who want to use their DNA tests or genealogy to uncover their roots, connect with their biological family and better understand their medical history. That class will be held on Thursday, Sept. 19, from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Bull Run Library. Both classes are free. Register at 703-792-4540 or relic2@pwcgov. org. Bull Run Regional Library is at 8051 Ashton Ave. in Manassas. Submitted by Prince William County. For more information about RELIC and other genealogy programming can be found at pwcgov. org/relic.


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UPCOMING EVENTS Wednesday, Aug. 14

on the lawn. Bring a yoga mat, towel and water. Rippon Lodge, 15520 Blackburn Road, Woodbridge. $5 per class, 5 classes for $20.00. Free Public Art Project with Martin Cervantez: 1-4 p.m. For more information contact Jordan Exum at 703-330-2787. Center for the Arts, 9419 Battle St., Manassas. Children’s Day: 1-3 p.m. Children will learn about archaeology in Virginia. Weems-Botts Museum, 3944 Cameron St., Dumfries. Free.

Santana -- Supernatural Now Tour: 7 p.m. Jiffy Lube Live, 7800 Cellar Door Drive, Bristow. Tickets available at www. ticketmaster.com Potomac Nationals vs. Myrtle Beach Pelicans: 7:05 p.m. Pfitzner Stadium, 7 County Complex Court, Woodbridge. Stories of Preservation and Progress: 3-4:30 p.m. Manassas Museum, 9101 Prince William St., Manassas. Free.

Thursday, Aug. 15

Potomac Nationals vs. Myrtle Beach Pelicans: 7:05 p.m. Pfitzner Stadium, 7 County Complex Court, Woodbridge. Thursday Farmers Market: 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Harris Pavilion, 9201 Center St., Manassas.

Sunday, Aug. 18

Gainesville Farmers Market: 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Local produce, baked goods, live music, cooking demonstrations, and more. Gainesville Farmers Market, 13710 Milestone Ct., Gainesville. Summer Sundae Concert: 3-4:30 p.m. Featuring the Manassas Symphony Orchestra. Harris Pavilion, 9201 Center St., Manassas.

Friday, Aug. 16

Native American Campfire: 7-8 p.m. Learn about the native peoples who lived in the Prince William area. Brentsville Courthouse Historic Centre, 12229 Bristow Road, Bristow. $5. Camp Rock the Musical: 6:30 p.m. Hylton Performing Arts Center, 10960 George Mason Circle, Manassas. Tickets $10 adult, $8 student/senior, $5 child.

Monday, Aug. 19:

In the Good Old Summer Time: 2 p.m. For adults. Featuring the barbershop quartet, Special Blend. Haymarket Gainesville Community Library, 14870 Lightner Road, Haymarket. Free.

Saturday, Aug. 17

Saturday Farmers Market: 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Commuter Car Park, 9024 Prince William St., Manassas. SummerSounds Concert: 6:30-8 p.m. Featuring “Lil’Maceo” Kareem Walkes. Harris Pavilion, 9201 Center St., Manassas. Free. Movies Under the Stars: 8-10 p.m. Featuring Beauty and the Beast. Bring blankets, lawn chairs, picnics. Stonebridge at Potomac Town Center, 15201 Potomac Town Place, Woodbridge. Yoga on the Lawn: 9 a.m. Enjoy yoga

Tuesday, Aug. 20

Acoustic Tuesday: 7-8:30 p.m. Featuring Shane Gamble. Harris Pavilion, 9201 Center St., Manassas. Tackett’s Mill Farmers Market: 2:306:30 p.m. Vendors from across Northern Virginia. Tackett’s Mill Farmers Market, 2231 Tackett’s Mill Drive, Lake Ridge. Service Dogs for Veterans: 6 p.m. For adults. Chinn Park Regional Library, 13065 Chinn Park Dive, Woodbridge. Free.

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OBITUARIES Ronald Howard Corl Ronald Howard Corl, age 69, of Warrenton, died peacefully at home July 27, 2019. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to The Fauquier SPCA, P.O. Box 733, Warrenton, VA 20188 or Capital Caring (Hospice Care), 24419 Millstream Dr, Aldie, VA 20105.

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Sidney Maurice Bolden Sidney Maurice Bolden, 45, of Fredericksburg, VA, formerly of Delaplane, VA, passed August 5, 2019. He was born on July 15, 1974. Sidney served Fauquier County for 26 years, starting as an Explorer and serving as a Public Safety Tele-communicator, as a Deputy Sheriff in the Adult Detention Center and as a Volunteer at the Warrenton Volunteer Fire and Rescue Company. Sidney is survived by his mother, Ethel L. Bolden of Delaplane, VA; a brother, Jonathan S. Bolden of Norfolk, VA; three aunts: Doris Bolden Fletcher of Marshall, VA, Eva W. Basil of Aldie, VA, Maria Washington-Cox of Oakton, VA; one uncle, Russell Washington of Aldie, VA; and two cousins: Keith Basil of Norfolk, VA and Duvall Bolden, Jr. of Warrenton, VA. Funeral services were held on Tuesday, August 13, 2019, 12pm, at Mt. Nebo Baptist Church, 4679 Free State Road, Marshall, Virginia, 20115. Rev. Philip Lewis delivered the eulogy. Interment was in the Solon Cemetery, Middleburg, VA. Online condolences can be given at www.joynesfuneralhome.com

Ann Lunsford Brower Ann Lunsford Brower, 78, passed away on July 16, 2019, in Melbourne, Florida. Ann was born on May 7, 1941, in Warrenton, Virginia to the late Samuel Chester and Bessie Wiser Lunsford. Ann attended Osbourn Park High School in Manassas, VA. Ann married Irving Bud Brower in 1959 and moved to Melbourne, FL. She also lived in San Francisco for several years before returning to Warrenton, VA, with her two sons. She spoke fondly and reminisced often of how she loved living in San Francisco. While in Florida, Ann was employed with NASA in its early years. After moving back to Warrenton, Ann went to work for R&D Urethanes in Buckland. Later she joined the rocket company, Atlantic Research Corporation, where she specialized in government contracts developing and supplying propulsion units for both the Patriot and Stinger missiles. Ann eventually left the corporate world and became a real estate agent, which would become her favorite occupation. Ann grew up in Buckland, VA. She loved horseback riding and dancing. Ann was well known in Warrenton, due to her family’s long history in the area and her knack for starting a conversation with anyone. She never knew a stranger. She had a great sense of humor and the ability to spin a tale. She loved antiquing and restoring furniture. Her house was filled with all kinds of music, though Barbara Streisand and Neil Diamond were her favorites. Ann relocated from Warrenton, VA, to Melbourne, FL, to care for her former husband, Irving Bud Brower and to be near her beloved grandchildren. Ann is survived by her children, David {Danielle} Brower of Melbourne, FL, and Hunter {Woo} Brower of Richmond, VA; her grandchildren, Melissa Ann and David Brower, Jr., both of Melbourne, FL; her sisters, Barbara {Stephen} Hoffman of Amherst & Linda Welk of Flint Hill; her brother, James Lunsford of Charlottesville; her niece, Betsy Welk; her nephews, Matthew {Lori} Hoffman, Brandon {Natasha} Hoffman, Wes Welk; and several beloved cousins, great nieces and nephews, and a host of close friends. In accordance with her wishes, her earthly remains were cremated in Titusville, Florida. Her ashes will be scattered in a private ceremony. A Celebration of Life gathering for family and friends will be held Sunday, 2:00 pm, August 18th, at the property of Ann’s Uncle and Aunt, George and Wanda Wiser in Broad Run, Virginia. There will be a short service provided by Reverend Billy Tatum and reception to follow. Friends wishing to attend are welcome, please contact family for additional information. In lieu of flowers, tribute donations may be made to the

A funeral service will be held on Saturday, August 10, 2019 at 2 PM at Maddox Funeral Home, 105 West Main Street, Front Royal with the Rev. Peyton Embry officiating. Entombment will follow at Panorama Memorial Gardens. Mrs. Wine was born on October 24, 1940 in Fauquier County, Virginia to the late James Scott and Kate Elkins Scott Partlowe. She was also preceded in death by her husband, John W. Wine; son, Harry Russell Henry Jr.; granddaughter, Tea Rae Henry and brother, James Norwood Scott. She retired in 1993 as the head custodian for Warren County Public Schools. Survivors include her three daughters, Tammy Lee Henry of Middletown, Virginia, Brenda Lee Jenkins (David) of Bealeton and Mary Lee Henry of Middletown; two sisters, Marrley Brown of Front Royal and Barbara Costello of Front Royal and four grandchildren, Katie (Lee), Stacey, Adam and Aaron (Ashley). The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service at the funeral home. Pallbearers will be Aaron Jenkins, Lee Butler, Jenesis Cruz Ramirez, Steven Butler, James McGee, and Romeo Toledo Ruiz.

Jack D. Adams Jack D. Adams, 71, of Fredericksburg passed away Thursday, August 8, 2019 at his home with his family. After graduation from high school, he enlisted in the Army and did a tour of duty in Vietnam. Upon his discharge, he went to work for the telephone company where he retired from Verizon after 34 years of service. He enjoyed do-it-yourself home projects, golf and being with friends and family. Survivors include his wife, Dale Heflin Adams; son Jadd D. Adams (Mary “JoJo”); sister Dorothy Quick (James) of Bennettsville, SC; brother James Adams (Jane) of Chesterfield, SC; and mother Zona Deese Adams of Morven, NC. He was preceded in death by his father, Charlie Adams. The family will receive friends from 6-8 pm on Thursday, August 15 at Covenant Funeral Service in Fredericksburg. A service will be held at 11 am on Friday, August 16 at Grove Baptist Church, Goldvein, VA. Interment will follow in Culpeper National Cemetery at 1 pm. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Grove Baptist Church, 14260 Goldvein Road, Goldvein, VA or Mt. Carmel Baptist Church, 12714 Elk Run Road, Midland, VA.

Glenn A. Rankin Glenn A. Rankin, 62, of Stephens City, died Thursday, August 8, 2019. Mr. Rankin was born November 25, 1956 in Fauquier County, VA; the son of James and Shirley Rankin. He was owner and operator of Rankin’s Tru Value Hardware. He was a member of the Terrace Club, Elks #867, Eagles Aerie 824, and Suburban White Tail Management. He was an avid hunter and golfer. He loved the Washington Redskins, his dog Zip, and he loved spending time at his cabin. He married Brenda Sours on July 29, 2011 in Hagerstown, MD. Along with his wife and parents, he is survived by a son, Kevin Alan Rankin of Amissville, VA; three step sons, Edward Clayton McKee, Richard Vaughn McKee, and Philip Allen McKee all of Winchester; two sisters, Beverley Alspaugh of Colonial Beach, VA and Alice Knicely of Warrenton; a brother, Alvin Rankin of Bealton, VA; a granddaughter, Jessica; seven step grandchildren, Savannah, Isabella, Kendall, Bailey, Patrick, Andrew, and Emily; and one great granddaughter, Abby. The family received friends on Sunday from 3:00 – 5:00 pm at Jones Funeral Home in Winchester. A funeral service was held on Monday, August 12, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. at Jones Funeral Home in Winchester. Burial was at 1:00 p.m. at Midland Church of the Brethren in Midland, VA. Memorial contributions may be made to American Cancer Society at www.cancer.org. Online condolences may be left at www.jonesfuneralhomes.com.


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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 Rentals —

001 Apartments 7 mls to Warrenton, Like new, quiet, 1br, BA, eat-in kit, LR, W/D, patio. $875/mo, utils inc. 571-474-5686 B A S E M E N T APARTMENT-$795 in WOODBRIDGE, Private Entrance, Furnished. Bedroom, Bathroom, Living Room & Kitchenette, AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY. WOODBRIDGE-Great Location, Close to I95 and Shopping Center. Call (703)590-4607 or Text (703)946-3076 (Prefer 1 person) Rentals —

022 Houses

3BR, 2 1/2 BA, house new kitchen and master bath plus finished basement with full bath. $2500/mo. North of New Baltimore near P W l i n e . 540-229-9328 212

Cemetery Lots

2 Cemetary plots, Catlett Cemetary, nice middle location, both mine $800 each.(304)7031495 Farm

220 Equipment 20 Foot Stock Trailer 2008 Featherlite 812720 Foot Stock Trailer $9,600. Excel Cond. Call 540-216-3165 or email ds@tastygrassfarm. com

Ads Work Call a Rep Today Call 888-351-1660

Farm

220 Equipment Del Morino SRM-180, 6’ Finishing Mower. 3blade, floating hitch, central lub. Used approx. 500 hrs. Good condition, Can send pictures. $500. Steve, 703-967-8274. Echo Bear Cat Chipper/ Shredder 5“, PTO driven, hook to any category 1 3 point hitch. $1,650 703-629-2259 or email ds@tastygrassfarm. com Portable Cattle Shoot with Load bars. $8,900 Barely used. Excellent c o n d i t i o n . 540-216-3165 or email ds@tastygrassfarm. com Vet Gun Insecticide System. Brand new. Never used. Treat horn flies on cattle with no confining, no handling and no stress for you or the animals. $260. Email ds@ tastygrassfarm.com or call 540-216-3165 Furniture/

228 Appliances

Furniture/

228 Appliances Rocking chairs $125.00 2 wood rocking chairs in great condition.If interested send email to seh1028@msn.com. White Wicker Rocking Chair 125.00 540 937-4513 White Wicker Rocking Chair 150.00 540 937-4513 Garage/

232 Yard Sales 8/17, 8-12, 12007 Briar Patch Rd, Hume, behind the Hume Post Office. Downsizing, Furniture, HH Items, glassware, Men’s Coats, back packs, rugs, pictures, frames, much more, all in great shape.

COMMUNITY YARD SALE EVERY SATURDAY

WEATHER PROVIDING GLASCOCKʼS GROCERY / NICKS DELI (gravel parking lot)

Contemporary Sofa 250.00 540 937-4513 Couch, $150, white & new cond. (520) 544-9505 Dining Room table with leaf , 6 Chairs and Hutch that lights up 350.00 540 937-4513 Glass Top Kitchen table with 4 chairs 200.00 540 937-4513 Iron patio set. Large table, 6 chairs and 2 extra chairs. Very heavy. $ 8 0 0 . T e x t 540-522-0577 Or email cmkeyser86@gmail. com King size tempurpedic mattress for sale: $250. (520) 544-9505 King size tempurpedic mattress for sale: $150. (520) 544-9505 Metal Lawn Chairs 6 @ 10.00 each 540 937-4513

Auctions Public Notice NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE iStorage, wishing to avail themselves of the provisions under the V.A. Code Sec. 55-419 Virginia Self Storage Act, hereby gives notice of the sale under said act to wit; Wednesday the 14th day of August, 2019 at 10:00 AM, on that day will conduct a public sale to the highest bidder, with bidding to take place on storagetreasures.com, FOR CASH ONLY, the contents of spaces at iStorage Gainesville, 5579 Wellington Road, Gainesville, VA, 20155; KING, CELESTE; THIS SALE IS BEING MADE TO SATISFY THE LANDLORDS LIEN. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO ATTEND AT STORAGETREASURES.COM, SALE IS SUBJECT TO ADJOURNMENT.

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

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Miscellaneous For Sale

36 bottle wine cooler barely used. If interested send email to seh1028@msn.com 45 RPM record collection, orginial 50´s/ 60´s. Approx 3000. Va r i o u s p r i c e s . 571-344-4300 45 RPM records (lots of 50) 0.50-$1.00 ea, comics $2+ ea, beanies $2+ ea, pez $1+ ea, 571-344-4300 Beatles memorbiliapicture, black & white (60´s), albums, 45´s & magazines.571-3444300 Elvis memorabilia, Yankee memorabilia, Celtics Merch, Hot Wheels/Matchbox cars 571-344-4300 Frank Sinatra, JFK, MIchael Jackson, Redskins, & sports books & mags. Michael Jordon mini chanpionship basketballs + magazines. 571-344-4300

Miscellaneous

256 For Sale

Minnie Mouse wreath & Mickey Mouse wreath $25. 4th of July wreath, Pink for breast cancer awareness, Valentines wreath, Christmas wreath, Halloween wreath; $15 each. Email karrisesler@ gmail.com Olympic merch $2+ ea, Sports cards $3+, playing cards $3+ ea, Disney Merch $3+ ea, 571-344-4300 Record albums $5+ ea, Sports Illustrated mags incld swimsuit $5+ ea, Old books $7+ ea, Snoppy merch $1+ ea, 571-344-4300 Miscellaneous

261 Wanted

WANTED FREON R12 We pay CA$H.

R12 R500 R11. Convenient. Certified professionals. http://www. refrigerantfinders. com/ad 312-291-9169 Musical

262 Instruments P-35 Roland Digital Piano New, barely used digital piano with bench and sheet mus i c . $ 7 0 0 . 571-455-3272

273 Pets German Shepherd/ Golden Retriever mix. First shots, dewormed. Parents on premises. Born May 6. Sweet disposition.540-2704544. German Shepherd/ Golden Retriever mix. First shots, dewormed. Parents on premises. Born May 6. Sweet disposition.540-2704544.

Prince William SPCA

ADOPT VOLUNTEER DONATE ADVOCATE www.pwspca. org 294 Giveaways FREE - vaccuum at Warrenton Manor, 1st come - 1st serve, 540-497-2189

The BEST tool for your business...

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Business Services

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

N U T T E R S PA I N T I N G & SERVICES Call Erik, 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 Home

375 Healthcare

I am a

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duty

CAREGIVER

for the Elderly w/ disabilities Their home & all daily needs. ● Run errands ● Personal care ● Light Housekeeping ● Cooking Excellent refs. Live in or Out. Call Naana 630-200-9592

Home Improvement

Affordable Roofing with Terry´s Handyman Services, LLC. Licensed & Insured. Commercial & residential. Senior discounts. 540-937-7476 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 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

R.T. BULLARD, PLASTERING & STUCCO. www.rtbullard. com. 703-845-1565; 703-628-3775.

duty

CAREGIVER

for the Elderly w/ disabilities Their home & all daily needs. ● Run errands ● Personal care ● Light Housekeeping ● Cooking Excellent refs. Live in or Out. Call Naana 630-200-9592 Home Improvement

Advertise in the Power Washing, Go from Green to Clean!!540-642-2349, 703-987-5096. Licensed & Insured!

Announcements Come meet and read along with Marla, a special needs dog, as she shares, “MARLA WEARS A HALO”, a book about her!

Sept 7, 11am- NOON. Refreshments provided, and toys/food/blankets will be collected all month for the Animal Shelter. Marla’s book can be purchased (and signed by the author) with all proceeds donated to the shelter. (Community room of Century 21 Redwood 5199 Waterway Dr Dumfries, VA 22025)

Warrenton Women’s Prayer Alliance

Join us every 2nd & 4th Wednesday of the month for prayer, fellowship, and short devotional. Everyone welcome 9am-10am Trinity Lutheran Church, 276 Cleveland St., Warrenton, VA 20187. E-mail: wwpaattlc@gmail.com

Did you know...

Prince William Public Library offers... BOOK SALES & MEMBERSHIPS

For the latest information on upcoming book sales, including dates, times and locations, can be found at the Website listed below.

pwcgov.org/library

385 Lawn/Garden

Proceeds from book sales help to sponsor many Library programs and special events.

FHS Class of 1989 DODSON TREE CARE & LANDSCAPING. Trimming, toping, spraying, removal, stump grinding, mulching, pruning, cabling, planting, grading. Power Washing, Grading, Retaining Walls, Patios, Walkways. 540-987-8531; 540-214-8407 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

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Business and Services Directory

376

Antiques &

600 Classics

1978 Mercury Zephyr Z-7. Sports Model. Low mileage, garage kept. $3,900.00. Call George 540.937.6114.

605 Automobiles - Domestic 2004 Honda Civic EX Coupe. $1900. Great car! Mileage 185K and r u n s s t r o n g . Emailbthallsa@ comcast.net or leave m e s s a g e @ 540.272.2523 2004 Honda Civic LX, 2DR coup, AT, 4cyl, 30K original mls, April ´19 insp. $5800. 540-347-5609

30 Year Reunion Save the Date! October 4 - 5, 2019

Please “like” our FB page facebook.com/FHS89reunion Or e-mail Rachel (Brown) Good at TDISolutionsLLC@gmail.com 605 Automobiles - Domestic 2007 Nissan Versa S, new inspect, 154K mls, maintenance records, excel cond. $4250 OBO. 540-935-8872 2010 Buick Lacrosse 4DR Sedan CXS; original owner; 50,000. miles. Asking $12,000. Call 703-609-2147

630 Campers/RVs Like-new Nash 27’ Northwood camper. Excel cond, expandable flr, queen bed, awning, full kitchen, All the amenities of home. 2009 Text for pictures. 540-905-1159 $9500 OBO Looking for the classics A buddy and I are looking for 1-2 project vehicles to buy in and around the area. Preferences:-Pre 1970; Automatic Transmission; Has run recently, Minimal rust on exterior, undercarriage, interior; Mostly intact upholstery Text/call to: 540-422-1279 or 540-680-1734

This Could Be YOUR AD! Call Today to Place an AD! 347-4222 or Fax 349-8676

640 Motorcycles 1995 Kawasaki Motorcycle. model VN 800. Low mileage, garage kept. $1,650.00. C a l l G e o r g e 540.937.6114. 1999 Honda Goldwing SE & custom 1999 Escapade trailer, excellent garaged condition. Bike has 41K+ mls., trailer has 30K. $6500.00 for package. Text 540-272-3113, or lve msg. Parts/

650 Accessories Jeep Wrangler Rubicon front grille guard $100. Roncabriolet@ aol.com Sport Utility

665 Vehicles

2010 Ford Explorer XLT 4X4. Runs and looks good, one owner, no accidents, 79k miles. $7995 OBO. TEXT 703-608-6123

680 Vans/Buses 2003 Dodge 1500 custom van, orig. owner, garaged. 43,700mls. TV & DVD Excellent mechanical & physical condition. Asking $6,500. Call Chuck 540-439-4005 This Could be Your Ad! Call 540-347-4222


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Legal Notices ABC Licenses Full Name(s) of owner(s): KHAWAJA OF MANASSAS INC Trading as: RACEWAY 7402 Sudley Road, Manassas, Prince William, Virginia 20109-2637 The above establishment is applying to the VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF ALCOHLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL (ABC) for a Wine and Beer Off Premises license to sell or manufacture alcoholic beverages. Saef Khawaja, Owner NOTE: Objections to the issuance of this license must be submitted to ABC no later than 30 days from the publishing date of the first of two required newspaper legal notices. Objections should be registered at www.abc. virginia.gov or 800-552-3200.

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ146113-02-00; JJ146114-0200; JJ146115-02-00; JJ146116-02-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re H E R N A N D E Z M E R L O , J U L I E T T E ; M I L L A , J AY D E N ; HERNANDEZ MERLO, ADRIAN; HERNANDEZ MERLO, AALIYAH The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF HERNANDEZ MERLO, JULIETTE;MILLA, JAYDEN; HERNANDEZ MERLO, ADRIAN; HERNANDEZ MERLO, AALIYAH It is ORDERED that the defendant JONATHAN HERNANDEZ appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 09/23/2019; 10:30 AM Theresa Robinson, Deputy Clerk

PLANNING COMMISSION PUBLIC HEARING SEPTEMBER 4, 2019 7:00 PM 1.

Proffer Amendment #REZ2019-00035, Occoquan View Court: To amend the proffers associated with REZ #99-0013 to allow a family land transfer on A-1, Agricultural, land. The ±21.4-acre site is located on the north side of Occoquan View Ct. ± 3,800 ft east of the intersection at Occoquan Club Dr. and Occoquan View Ct. and is addressed 4470 and 4460 Occoquan View Ct. The site is identified on County maps as GPIN 8194-73-8593 and 8194-84-5411; is designated SRR, Semi Rural Residential, and ER, Environmental, in the Comprehensive Plan. Occoquan Magisterial District.

2.

Special Use Permit #SUP2019-00038, Sudley Road Wi-Not Stop: To expand an existing motor vehicle fuel station to include 6 double-sided fueling pumps and a ±2,350 SF convenience store. The property is located at the southeast intersection of Sudley Rd. and Rixlew Ln., and is currently addressed 8400 Sudley Rd. The subject site is identified on County Maps as GPIN: 7696-76-6728; is zoned B-1, General Business, and is designated GC, General Commercial. Coles Magisterial District

3.

Special Use Permit #2019-00043 Park Valley Church Expansion: To amend Special Use Permit #PLN2013-00332, and allow additional accessory parking, right-out egress onto Route 15, and temporary modular classrooms. The site is identified on County maps as GPIN 7299-77-8335 and is currently addressed as 4500 Waverly Farm Dr. The site is zoned A-1, Agricultural; is designated SRR, Semi-Rural Residential, and ER, Environmental Resources, in the Comprehensive Plan. The site is also located in the James Madison Highway Corridor Overlay District. Gainesville Magisterial District.

4.

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 tree pole monopine tower with fenced equipment compound. The site is located at the northeastern portion of Stonewall Middle School, adjacent to an existing athletic field and track access road, ±405 northwest of the terminus of King George Dr., and ±837 feet north of Lomond Dr. The site is currently 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.

5.

Text Amendment #DPA2020-00004, To Amend Sections 500 and 700 of the Prince William County Design and Construction Standards Manual, and County Code Sec. 23-37: The revisions are necessary to align Section 500 requirements for On-Site Sewage Disposal Systems with State regulations. Revisions to Section 700 are necessary to address drainage issues on residential properties and stormwater management pond signage. Amendments to County Code Sec. 23-37 will address maintenance of individual sewage disposal systems. Countywide

6.

Comprehensive Plan Amendment #CPA2017-00007, Route 29 Small Area Plan – This small area plan will replace a portion of the 2008 I-66/Route 29 Sector Plan and provide greater emphasis on detailed planning, visioning, economic development, and design in order to develop a plan that represents the study area with its own character, vision, and implementation strategy. The small area plan generally encompasses approximately 869 acres of land that is located in between U.S. Highway 15 and Interstate 66. The area is bisected by the Lee Highway (Route 29). Approximately 1⁄2 mile west of the study area is James Madison Highway (Route 15), while to the east lies Interstate 66 and John Marshall Highway (Route 55). This small area plan provides a comprehensive look at the study area including: land use, mobility, green infrastructure, design guidelines, economic development analysis, cultural resources analysis, level of service analysis, implementation and phasing plans. Proposed text edits and map changes are available for review on the Planning web site www.pwcgov.org/SmallAreaPlans. Brentsville Magisterial District

ORDER OF PUBLICATION

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ146368-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re BIRUK, ABLE The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF BIRUK, ABLE It is ORDERED that the defendant EPHREM BIRUK appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 09/24/2019; 10:30 AM Keshara Luster, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ146544-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re ZIA, ASHIR The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF ZIA, ASHIR It is ORDERED that the defendant TAHIRA, YASMIN appear at the abovenamed Court and protect his or her interests on or before 09/09/2019; 10:30 AM Karina Sandavol, Deputy Clerk

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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 8/28/19, or you can view reports @ www.pwcgov.org/planning or contact us @ (703) 792-7615 or email us @ planning@pwcgov.org. For the full list of items scheduled for this agenda see www.pwcgov.org/pc. 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 8/28/19. Run Dates: 8/14/19, 8/21/19

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ146629-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re ANDERSON, SAVION DONELL The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF SAVION DONNELL ANDERSON It is ORDERED that the defendant SHANE DARONTAE ANDERSON appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 09/30/2019; 10:30 AM Abby Cook, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ132612-02-00; JJ132613-0200; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re YOUNG, KINGSLEY ANNA; YOUNG, KEVIN MAURICE; JR The object of this suit is to: O B TA I N C U S TO D Y O F Y O U N G , KINGSLEY ANNA; YOUNG, KEVIN MAURICE; JR. It is ORDERED that the defendant YOUNG, KEVIN MAURICE appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 09/11/2019; 10:30 AM Karina Sandoval, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ146657-01-00;146657-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re HEATH, ADRIANNA MAE; HEATH, GABRIEL JAMES The object of this suit is to: O B TA I N C U S TO D Y O F H E AT H , ADRIANNA MAE; HEATH GABRIEL JAMES It is ORDERED that the defendant RICKI LYNN DRINKWINE appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 09/24/2019; 10:30 AM Theresa Robinson, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ117592-04-00; JJ1117590-0400; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re PETERS, DE´ARMANI CHRISTOPHER; PETERS, KENDRICK LA´MARAY The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF PETERS, DE´ARMANI CHRISTOPHER; PETERS, KENDRICK LA´MARAY It is ORDERED that the defendant KEN BRYAN PETERS/ BRYANT PETERS appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 09/25/2019; 10:30 AM Theresa Robinson, Deputy Clerk


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Legal Notices ORDER OF PUBLICATION

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ136914-02-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re UNKNOWN FATHER The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN JOINT CUSTODY OF RAMOS, YARITZA STEPHANY It is ORDERED that the defendant FANY LOURDES RAMOSappear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 09/16/2019; 10:30 AM A.J. Cook, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ146493-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re PINEDA BENITEZ, KRISNA The object of this suit is to: O B TA I N C U S TO D Y O F P I N E D A BENITEZ, KRISNA It is ORDERED that the defendant JAIRO CRISTOBAL PINEDA appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 09/05/2019; 10:30 AM Justine Bailey, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ146680-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re CORRALES, YAZMIN JOSSELI The object of this suit is to: DETERMINE CUSTODY AND SPECIAL IMMIGRANT JUVENILE STATUS OF CORRALES, YAZMIN JOSSELI It is ORDERED that the defendant UNKNOWN appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 09/16/2019; 10:30 AM Theresa Robinson, Deputy Clerk

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ146492-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re PINEDA BENITEZ, NURIA The object of this suit is to: O B TA I N C U S TO D Y O F P I N E D A BENITEZ, NURIA It is ORDERED that the defendant JAIRO CRISTOBAL PINEDA appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 09/05/2019; 10:30 AM Justine Bailey, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ146632-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re HERNANDEZ MARTINES, GENESIS N The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF HERNANDEZ MARTINES, GENESIS N It is ORDERED that the defendant ANA BEATRIZ MARTINEZ MARTINEZ appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 10/01/2019; 10:30 AM Abby Cook, Deputy Clerk

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ146590-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re PEREZ MENDEZ, SANDY RAQUEL The object of this suit is to: PETITION FOR CUSTODY OF PEREZ MENDEZ, SANDY RAQUEL It is ORDERED that the defendant SANTOS WILMER MEJIA BENITEZ appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 09/12/2019; 10:30 AM Keshara Luster, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ132374-04-01; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re CISNEROS CEBALLOS, AMANDA V The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF AMANDA V CISNEROS CEBALLOS It is ORDERED that the defendant OVIDIO RODRIGUEZ appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 10/01/2019; 10:30 AM Keshara Luster, Deputy Clerk

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ136914-02-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re RAMOS, YARITZA STEPHANY The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN JOINT CUSTODY OF RAMOS, YARITZA STEPHANY It is ORDERED that the defendant FANY LOURDES RAMOSappear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 09/16/2019; 10:30 AM A.J. Cook, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ146709-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re CALDERON MARQUEZ, DANIELA The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF DANIELA SOFIA CALDERON MARQUEZ It is ORDERED that the defendant DANIEL CALDERON appear at the abovenamed Court and protect his or her interests on or before 09/26/2019; 10:30 AM Abby Cook, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ146630-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re SOLANO, JAZLYNN BEATRIZ The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF JAZLYNN SOLANO It is ORDERED that the defendant NATHANIEL POLLARD appear at the abovenamed Court and protect his or her interests on or before 09/30/2019; 10:30 AM Abby Cook, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. GV19008788-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY GENERAL DISTRICT COURT (x) General District Court ( ) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, TAG Home Management, LLC; v WEISEL, SCOTT AND WEISEL, JESSE The object of this suit is to: COLLECT MONEY DAMAGES It is ORDERED that the defendant JESSE WEISEL appear at the abovenamed Court and protect his or her interests on or before 09/12/2019; 11:00 AM Richard Brahan, Attorney

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. GV19008788-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY GENERAL DISTRICT COURT (x) General District Court ( ) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, TAG Home Management, LLC; v WEISEL, SCOTT AND WEISEL, JESSE The object of this suit is to: COLLECT MONEY DAMAGES It is ORDERED that the defendant SCOTT WEISEL appear at the abovenamed Court and protect his or her interests on or before 09/12/2019; 11:00 AM Richard Brahan, Attorney

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ119847-02-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re RINER, DARIAN The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF DARIAN RINER It is ORDERED that the defendant CHRISTINA RINER appear at the abovenamed Court and protect his or her interests on or before 10/01/2019; 10:30 AM Abby Cook, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ146598-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re PORTILLO-IRAHETA, JUAN J The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF PORTILLOIRAHETA, JUAN J It is ORDERED that the defendant ______________appear at the abovenamed Court and protect his or her interests on or before 09/19/2019; 10:30 AM Theresa Robinson, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ146517-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re TORRES, KADIAN The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF KADIAN TORRES It is ORDERED that the defendant UNKNOWN appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 09/20/2019; 10:30 AM Keshara Luster, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ146740-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re HALL, ANGEL LENAI The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF HALL, ANGEL LENAI It is ORDERED that the defendant ARCHIE LEE COLLINS appear at the abovenamed Court and protect his or her interests on or before 09/24/2019; 10:30 AM Theresa Robinson, Deputy Clerk


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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING PLANNING COMMISSION TOWN HALL, 15000 WASHINGTON STREET, ST. 100 HAYMARKET VA 20169 AUGUST 19, 2019 - 7:00 P.M. Notice is hereby given that the Haymarket Planning Commission will conduct a public hearing for a Special Use Permit at 14850 Washington Street and 14860 Washington Street, to permit 38 townhouse units by special use permit. All interested parties are encouraged to present their views at these hearings. The public hearing will be held on Monday, August 19, 2019, beginning at 7:00 p.m. at the Haymarket Town Hall, 15000 Washington Street, Suite 100, Haymarket, Virginia. All are invited to attend the Public Hearing at the time and place described above and present their views pertinent to the requested Special Use Permit. Public comments can also be mailed to 15000 Washington Street, Suite 100, Haymarket, Virginia, 20169, or submitted via email to skozlowski@townofhaymarket.org. A complete copy of the application for the Special Use Permit is available for public inspection during normal business hours at the Town Planner’s Office of the Town of Haymarket immediately upon the advertising of this notice, The Public Hearing is being held in a public facility believed to be accessible to persons with disabilities. Any person with questions on the accessibility to the facility should contact the Clerk of the Council at the above address or by telephone at (703) 753-2600. BY ORDER OF THE HAYMARKET PLANNING COMMISSION Run dates: August 7th and August 14th

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ119847-02-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re RINER, DARIAN The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF DARIAN RINER It is ORDERED that the defendant UNKNOWN FATHER appear at the abovenamed Court and protect his or her interests on or before 10/01/2019; 10:30 AM Abby Cook, Deputy Clerk

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ118639-02-02; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re LOPEZ, MIYAH The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF MIYAH LOPEZ It is ORDERED that the defendant SHAMIKA DUNN appear at the abovenamed Court and protect his or her interests on or before 09/09/2019; 10:30 AM A.J. Cook, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ145114-03-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re MILLA, JAYDEN The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF JAYDEN MILLA It is ORDERED that the defendant UNKNOWN FATHER appear at the abovenamed Court and protect his or her interests on or before 09/23/2019; 10:30 AM Abby Cook, Deputy Clerk

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ146625-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re HOGUE, KING The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF HOGUE, KING It is ORDERED that the defendant KENNETH HUDSON appear at the abovenamed Court and protect his or her interests on or before 09/20/2019; 10:30 AM Theresa Robinson, Deputy Clerk

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Employment Dairy Farm

Feeding, Cropping & relief milking & other general dairy related work. Drivers license req´d

(703)754-0136 This Could be Your Ad! Call 888-351-1660

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

Micro Assembly Technician

Small Charlottesville company is currently accepting resumes for a Micro Assembly Technician. Two years Electronics technician degree or equivalent/similar is preferred. Experience working under a microscope with microelectronics if preferred. Retirement and health benefits provided. EOE. Send resume as pdf to: electech2@gmail.com

Millimeter-Wave Engineer

Small Charlottesville company is currently accepting resumes for a Millimeter-Wave Engineer. BScEE Preferred. Job involves RF Engineering activities related to the production and testing of 100-1000GHz Transmitters and Receivers. Recent grads are encouraged to apply. Retirement and health benefits provided. EOE. Send resume as pdf to: rfengineer2@gmail.com

FARM MANAGER Experience required. Responsibilities to

CNA´s/PCA´s

include but not limited to: structural maintenance, coordination of volunteer efforts, event planning and supervision. Contact: Dr Susan Marsh, 703-929-7228 littlegoatfarmatthelake@yahoo.com

Immediate positions for ALL shifts with local agency. HIGHLY COMPETITIVE WAGES! 540-466-1632 for phone interview Monday- Friday

SEEKING CAREGIVING COUPLE FOR A SMALL ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY.

Full Time Employment

Days, some nights, housing avail. Willing to train the right person. Background & credit check required

Call for details. 540-812-4294

Full Time Employment

Flaggers Full time, to provide traffic control & safety around construction sites. A valid driver license & clean driving record a must. Starting $13/hr & scheduled raises. Company-paid medical & dental premiums.

Please fill out an application at careers.trafficplan.com or come to our office Tuesdays or Thursdays (8am-10am).7855 Progress Ct., Suite 103; Gainesville, VA

Experienced Childcare Providers

SCAN of Northern Virginia is in Prince William and Loudoun Counties to provide supervision and quality structured engagement with children whose parents are participating in a parenting program. You must be available evenings during the week (as early as 6pm) for at least 3 hours for each class, for 4 to 8 weeks. Participation in entire series is required. This is part-time, temporary work. Send a cover letter with resume to applications@scanva.org with the subject: Childcare Provider Opening. Application deadline: August 20, 2019. Interview with SCAN staff & consent to state and federal background checks required.

Full Time Employment

GARAGE HELPER

for busy import auto service center. Duties include but not limited to: transporting customers & parts, maintaining cleanliness of shop & surrounding areas, performing tire installs & repairs, assisting techs. FT with benefits for self-motivated individual. General automotive knowledge helpful but not required. Proof of good driving record is required.

Apply in person. 76 Broadview Avenue, Warrenton, VA (540)347-3470.

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Capital Improvement and Facilities Maintenance Technician

People Incorporated of Virginia is seeking a Capital Improvement and Facilities Maintenance technician. This position, based in Woodstock, Va., will have responsibility for the maintenance of People Incorporated buildings and grounds and repairs. Repairs include minor electrical, mechanical, plumbing, and HVAC systems. The successful candidate will function as a first level contact person for all facilities issues. Responsibility includes following a preventive maintenance and capital improvement plan, and the ability to inspect properties for general maintenance issues including painting and carpentry. Qualifications for this position include a minimum of a High School Diploma and two years’ experience maintaining and repairing buildings. Certifications preferred. Applicant must also display a high level of initiative, and have the ability to work both independently and with others. Some travel will be required. The successful candidate will additionally possess effective written and verbal communication skills, have a valid driver’s license, and a good driving record. Agency applications received by August 16, 2019 will be considered. An agency employment application can be obtained at www.peopleinc.net. Submit agency application to People Incorporated, 1173 West Main Street, Abingdon, VA 24210, Attn: Human Resources. Submissions can also be emailed to dmiller@peopleinc.net. EOE - W/M/Disabled/Veterans welcome. TDD Relay Services 1-800-828-1120.

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BUSINESS SERVICE DIRECTORY Professional Services

Professional Services

Excavation

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Construction

Excavation

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•Excavation •Clearing/Grubbing •Ponds •Grading •Culvert Installation •Drainage Solutions •Hardscapes •Hauling

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

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BUSINESS SERVICE DIRECTORY Landscaping

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

Power Washing

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LADDER SAFETY Over 100,000 injuries from ladders occur each year. With my invention of adjustable legs, it only takes $70 to keep your ladder straight!

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Tree Service/Firewood CHARLES JENKINS TREE SERVICES Family Owned Since 1970

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Tile T&J Ceramic Tile, Inc.

LICENSED & INSURED • FAMILY OWNED & OPERATED

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