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December 2, 2021 | Vol. 20, No. 48 | www.princewilliamtimes.com | $1.00 Covering Prince William County and surrounding communities, including Gainesville, Haymarket, Dumfries, Occoquan, Quantico and the cities of Manassas and Manassas Park.

Data center plan resurrects Bi-County Parkway debate By Daniel Berti

Times Staff Writer

As new details emerge about a plan to turn a mostly undeveloped area of western Prince William County into a 2,133-acre data center corridor, some elected officials and civic groups are increasingly concerned it could resurrect the Bi-County Parkway, a controversial 10-mile bypass once planned to connect Interstate 66 with U.S. 50 in Loudoun County. From 2012 to 2016, county residents fought the Bi-County Parkway over concerns that it would open Va. 234 in Prince William to significant truck traffic between Interstate 95 and Dulles International Airport. Ultimately, the road lost the

support of half of the Prince William County supervisors, who removed the road from the county’s comprehensive plan in 2016. Concerns about the parkway have arisen in recent months primarily because the proposed data center corridor, known as the “PW Digital Gateway,” would be built along Pageland Lane, which was slated to become a key section of the Bi-County Parkway, and because estimates show the data centers would drastically increase traffic if the gateway plan is approved. “The moment any significant commercial development is approved for that corridor, it will immediately bring with it calls to bring up the Bi-County Parkway,” Del. Danica Roem, D-13th, said in an op-ed for the Prince William Times.

“The existing two-lane country road itself won’t be able to support even more commuters at a time when we already have commuters using [Pageland Lane] as a short-cut.” The PW Digital Gateway plan would allow for the construction of up to 27.6 million square feet of data centers in an area currently off limits to industrial development, making it one of the biggest landuse changes in Prince William County in decades. In a Nov. 20 traffic report, county transportation officials said the PW Digital Gateway would increase traffic on Pageland Lane from 2,000 vehicle trips per day to more than 27,000 vehicle trips per day at full build out. See BI-COUNTY PKWY, page 4

For local tree farmer, sales are evergreen

Jim Gehlsen, owner of the county’s sole remaining Christmas tree farm, expects another busy year

Pediatrician answers our questions about kids and the COVID-19 vaccine

By Cher Muzyk

Contributing Writer

Jim Gehlsen had the idea for a Christmas tree farm on his Nokesville property about 40 years ago. In 1984, he planted the first pine tree seedlings and then, six years later in 1990, he made his first sales at Evergreen Acres. Now, 31 years later, Evergreen Acres has more than 20,000 trees -- 15,000 white pines and 5,000 Norway spruces -- growing on 97 acres of farmland abutting Cedar Run stream. Gehlsen, 67, and his wife Jean also opened Cedar Run Brewery in 2019, which is located on the property next to the tree farm. When Gehlsen began planting trees in the 1980s, he had plenty of ambition as well as local competition in the “choose-and-cut” Christmas tree farm business. Gehlsen says he knew of at least three other Christmas tree farmers in the county with “intense operations.” But over time, each shuttered its operations. Most recently, the Harlan Family Christmas Tree Farm in Nokesville bid farewell to its longtime customers in December 2020, leaving Evergreen Acres the last Christmas tree farm in the county. Gehlsen, who worked simultaneously as a masonry contractor for 32 years, persisted in the tree farm business with the help of Jean and their five children. See TREES, page 6

‘Vaccination of children is necessary now.’

PHOTO BY CHER MUZYK

Jim Gehlsen, owner of Evergreen Acres, Prince William County’s last remaining Christmas tree farm, demonstrates how he knows when his cut-your-own trees reach 7 feet in height.

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Staff Reports It’s been about a month since the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention first OK’d Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine for kids Dr. Vivian Nzedu ages 5 to 11 and nearly seven months since the vaccine was approved for kids and teens 12 and older, which happened back in May. Still, only 18.7% of Prince William County kids between the ages of 5 and 11 have received their first dose of the vaccine, while about 68% of local kids and teens between 12 and 15 are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. See Q&A, page 2

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Prince William loses its first child to COVID-19 Staff Reports The Prince William Health District has lost its first child to COVID-19. The victim has not been identified but was between the ages of 10 and 19 and suffered from Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children, also known as MIS-C, which is associated with COVID-19, according to the Virginia Department of Health. The child’s exact age was not released by the VDH, but the state agency said the death involved “a child,” between the ages of 10 and 19. The VDH also did not specify where the child lived but said the victim was a resident of the Prince William Health District, which includes Prince William County, Manassas and Manassas Park. The loss was the first reported death from MIS-C in Virginia, the VDH said in a Friday, Nov. 26 press release. In a statement, Virginia Health Commissioner Dr. M. Norman Oliver said state officials are “devastated” by news of the child’s passing and urged residents across the state to continue to take precautions against COVID-19, especially as people travel and gather for the holidays. “COVID-19 continues to cause illness, hospitalizations

and deaths across Virginia and the U.S. As we enter a time of year when families are traveling and gathering for holidays, we urge all Virginians to take steps to protect themselves and their families,” Oliver said in the news release. “Please get vaccinated if you are eligible. Practice social distancing, frequent hand washing and wearing face coverings, as appropriate,” he added. “COVID-19 vaccinations are free and available to anyone age 5 and older at multiple locations across the commonwealth.” MIS-C may cause problems with a child’s heart, lungs, kidneys and other organs. Most children with MIS-C have ongoing fever, as well as more than one of the following symptoms: stomach pain, diarrhea, vomiting, skin rash, bloodshot eyes and dizziness or lightheadedness, the release said. Parents should go to the nearest hospital or emergency room for medical care if a child is showing any severe MIS-C. Warning signs include trouble breathing, pain or pressure in the chest that does not go away; confusion or unusual behavior; severe abdominal pain; inability to wake or stay awake; or pale, gray or blue-colored skin, lips or nail beds, depending on skin tone, the release said.

Prince William Health District weekly COVID-19 report Level of Community Transmission: SUBSTANTIAL 81 cases per 100,000 residents – down from 115) 63,830 Cases (Up 442) 2,346 Hospitalizations (Up 11) 648 Deaths (Up 1) 5.3% Percent-positivity rate (Down from 5.5%) Vaccinations

% of population with at least one dose

‘Vaccination of children is necessary now.’ Q&A, from page 1 Prince William County is trailing the state in getting 5- to 11-year-olds vaccinated, as about 22% of Virginians in that age group have received their first dose statewide. The county is doing better with 12- to 15-yearolds, as only 59.7% of Virginians in that age group have received both shots, compared to the 68% in Prince William County. Some parents remain hesitant about vaccinating their children against COVID-19 despite the consistent recommendation to do so from both doctors and public health officials, especially as the country prepares for the possible spread of the new omicron variant. The Prince William Times asked UVA Community Health to address some of the questions parents still have about the vaccine. The following are answers from Dr. Vivian Nzedu, of UVA Pediatrics Manassas.

Q: Why should parents vaccinate their children aged 5 to 11 against COVID-19? If this is a “new normal,” then why should children be vaccinated now?

Dr. Nzedu: Parents should still have their eligible children vaccinated because, while children 5- to 11-years-old might not be as likely to get severely ill from COVID-19, it can still happen -even now. Conditions such as asthma, obesity and developmental delays also increase the chances of a child being hospitalized from COVID-19. Parents should consider that as of mid-October 2021, almost 700 children and teens up to age 17 had died from COVID-19 [nationwide]. Right now, COVID-19 ranks as one of the top 10 causes of death for children ages 5 through 11. By early October 2021, more than 5,200 cases of multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) had been diagnosed, resulting in 50 deaths. MIS-C develops two to six weeks after having COVID-19 and can occur even after a mild infection. It tends to be more severe in adolescents and teens, and six to seven of every 10 people af-

fected are estimated to be placed in the intensive care unit. MIS-C can also affect heart function. Additionally, the 5- to 11-year age group can transmit the COVID virus to vulnerable family and community members, such as those who are unable to get the vaccine. Vaccinating children will reduce this silent spread effect. Finally, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics, COVID-19 cases in children are up 32% from two weeks ago. The number of cases among children is still extremely high. Vaccination of children is still necessary now.

Q: Are side effects such as fever, fatigue, headache and chills likely to occur in children? Are they a reason to not get children vaccinated?

Q: My child is a petite 5-yearold, and I feel like the dose would be too much for her system. Should I wait to vaccinate until she is older or bigger?

Prince William: 69.4% Manassas: 71.8% Manassas Park: 62.7%

% of population fully vaccinated

Dr. Nzedu: No, you should not wait. The COVID-19 vaccine dosage, unlike many medications, does not vary by patients’ weight but instead is based on age and the body’s maturity to mount a strong immune response. The vaccine trials addressed vaccine doses across many ages to determine the safest dose with the largest immune response and the least amount of side effects. Children 5- to 11-years receive an age-appropriate dose of the Pfizer COVID vaccine.

Prince William: 60.9% Manassas: 63.7% Manassas Park: 56.6%

% of adults with at least one dose Prince William: 82.1% Manassas: 87.6% Manassas Park: 71.4%

Q: Is the vaccine formulated for the previous strain of COVID and Dr. Nzedu: The benefits of the not the Delta variant which we COVID vaccine far outweigh the bad side effects. Consider that contracting are dealing with now? Seems COVID can cause severe disease or like it’s already outdated. Should death. Some children develop pneu- I still get it for my kid? monia or multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C), which may affect heart function or long-lasting effects (long COVID), resulting in symptoms that last weeks or months even when the virus can no longer be detected in the body. Yes, there are possible side effects from the vaccine, such as those mentioned. These are generally milder and less frequent in the 5- to 11-year-old age group. Other possible side effects include swelling of lymph nodes under the arm where the vaccine was given, or anaphylaxis (which occurs in three to five out of 1 million people). Myocarditis, though uncommon, was seen mostly in males ages 16 to 29 years within a few days of the second dose. Studies have shown that the risk of myocarditis in the 5-to-11-year group was six to 34 times higher after a COVID infection than after mRNA vaccine. If your child gets an anaphylactic or severe allergic reaction, they should not get a second dose of the same vaccine. Please talk to your pediatrician about this. The Pfizer vaccine does not contain eggs or latex.

Dr. Nzedu: We recommend giving the Pfizer COVID vaccine to kids for the protection it offers. The COVID vaccines that are available in the U.S., including the Pfizer vaccines approved for children, are highly effective at preventing severe disease and death, including against the Delta variant.

% of population with a third or booster shot Prince William: 16.8% Manassas: 15.6% Manassas Park: 9.2% Note: Numbers are current as of Wednesday, Dec. 1. New cases, hospitalizations, deaths and vaccinations in red and blue added between Nov. 24 to 30. SOURCE: VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH Classified Sales Consultant Jeanne Cobert, 540-878-2491 jcobert@fauquier.com

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Bull Run Library to undergo 6-month renovation Staff Reports Prince William County’s Bull Run Library, located in the Bull Run Plaza shopping center in Manassas, will close next week for a six-month renovation project that will bring a new “makerspace,” updated children and young adult areas and an open floorplan to the 27-year-old regional library. The work is expected to cost more than $965,000, all of which will be funded through “proffers” paid to Prince William County by residential housing developers to offset the impacts of new residents, according to Rachel Johnson, spokeswoman for the Prince William Public Library System. Work on the library will begin on Monday, Dec. 13. The last day the library will be open to the public is Saturday, Dec. 11. “Bull Run Library continues to be a hub for local residents, bringing people together in their shared love of literacy, learning, and community,” said Prince William Public Libraries Director Deborah L. Wright in a statement. “The upcoming renovations will help make the library even more inviting and welcoming, while also making it more functional for the public to enjoy.” Bull Run Library, first opened in 1994, is one of two “regional” Prince William Public Libraries. Located at 8051 Ashton Ave., the 25,000 square-foot building will be renovated to include: A new makerspace: The “state-of-the-art” makerspace will include new technology and craft tools and equipment. A digital media lab will offer a digital graphic design studio suite, animation studio, green screen, video and audio editing equipment and more, according to a news release. Laptops and iPads will be integrated to provide a holistic maker experience. There will also be a

Bull Run Library, located in Manassas, will close for a $965,000 renovation starting this month. COURTESY PHOTO

Cricut, sewing machine, 3-D printer and more, An open floorplan: The information desk curthe release said. rently in the middle of the library will be removed, “The space will be open daily and will have a allowing for a more open and natural flow, the rededicated maker librarian on-site to help answer lease said. questions and provide technical support. There New furniture: Café seating will be placed in will also be opportunities to learn in both group the lobby, giving patrons more options to comand individual settings,” the release said. fortably enjoy reading, learning and socializing. An additional Study Room: A new quiet While the library is closed, the book drop will study room will be added for a total of two res- remain open. Any books placed on hold at Bull ervable meeting rooms available to the public. Run Library will be sent to Central Library to be An updated children and young adult areas picked up. Patrons can change their pickup locaand a new dedicated tween area: “These invit- tion from Bull Run Library to the library of their ing, versatile spaces will be perfect for home- choice through their online account. Updates work, homeschooling, tutoring and book clubs,” about the renovation will be posted periodically COLOR: Right click swatch, and find and replace with correct color the release said. “The designated areas will also on pwcva.gov/library. be used for STEAM and craft programs.”

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Data center plan resurrects Bi-County Parkway debate BI-COUNTY PKWY, from page 1

Data centers to increase traffic on Pageland Lane

Elizabeth Scullin, a county transportation planner, said the increase in traffic would largely be generated by an influx of workers driving to and from the new data center complexes. “They used to say that data centers didn’t generate a lot of traffic, but we’ve got data now that shows that they generate traffic, and a lot of it is because there are offices within the data center. Originally, it was just maintenance people coming in and taking care of the equipment, but the centers are so big now that they generate more traffic than we originally thought,” Scullin said in a Monday, Nov. 29 interview with the Prince William Times. To mitigate the traffic concerns, the developers pitching the PW Digital Gateway are proposing to widen Pageland Lane to a four-lane divided parkway between Va. 29 and Sudley Road. The road upgrade would be constructed “over an extended period, to coincide with the timing and location of new data center clusters,” according to PW Digital Gateway application. Mary Ann Ghadban, one of the developers behind the plan and a longtime Pageland Lane resident, said in an interview on Tuesday, Nov. 30 that the road expansion is intended to make Pageland Lane safer and to accommodate new vehicle

traffic. But she declined to comment on whether it could one day become part of the Bi-County Parkway extension to Loudoun County. “All it does is improve a dangerous road that’s already there,” Ghadban said. Ghadban is among the more than 80 homeowners on Pageland Lane who want to sell their homes to data centers and are a part of the application. Many residents say the area is “no longer rural” because of increased traffic, encroaching development and a major Dominion Energy transmission line that traverses nearby farmland. The application asks the county supervisors to change the underlying land designation of the area from rural residential to “tech-flex,” a category that would ease the way for future rezonings allowing for data centers. In a strange twist, many of the residents who are now leading the charge to create a data center corridor along Pageland Lane also fought against the Bi-County Parkway less than a decade ago.

Officials: Parkway reconsideration already under way

While speculation about the resurrection of the Bi-County Parkway is on the rise, county officials said this week that they believe the gateway plan will not be the catalyst for its return. That’s because the Bi-County Parkway, now known to county officials as the “Va. 234 Bypass – North,”

SOURCE: VDOT

The proposed Bi-County Parkway is shown in purple on this 2013 Virginia Department of Transportation map. is already being considered for re-inclusion in the county’s comprehensive plan regardless of the outcome of the PW Digital Gateway, according to both Scullin and Rebecca Horner, the county’s acting-planning director and deputy county executive over the county’s departments of economic development, parks, recreation and tourism, transportation and environmental sustainability. Earlier this year, several supervisors requested that the Bi-County Parkway be added back into the county’s comprehensive plan as part of the county’s 2040 comprehensive

plan update. The update is underway and will likely receive a public hearing and a vote sometime next year. Scullin declined to say which supervisors had made the request. “[Transportation] has been asked to include the original extension from 66 all the way to Loudoun County as part of our travel demand model analysis in the mobility and land use update of the comprehensive plan. So, if these 27 million square feet [of data centers] are approved by the board, we’ll include that as a given as part of our analysis,” Scullin said. See BI-COUNTY PKWY, page 8

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For local tree farmer, sales are evergreen TREES, from page 1 “I had the vision for this business 40 years ago -- seeing people moving out this way -- and it’s coming true. But I didn’t expect all of these growers to fall off,” Gehlsen said.

A tough few years

Farming Christmas trees is a year-round, labor-intensive effort. Gehlsen says that planting and caring for the trees is both an art and a science requiring someone who doesn’t “run out of gas real quick.” And, Gehlsen says, it has become even more difficult in recent years due to erratic weather patterns, which he thinks are part of global warming. On a typical year, in March, Gehlsen purchases and plants about 2,000 to 3,000 seedlings in rows about 120 trees long. Making it through the first year is critical to a seedling’s survival while it develops its root system, he said. In 2018, Gehlsen lost a significant number of trees due to extreme rainfall that resulted in drowned seedlings. To make up for the losses, Gehlsen planted 4,000 seedlings in March 2019. Then, just a few months later that summer, he lost a much larger 80% of those seedlings to drought. In March 2020, Gehlsen planted another 4,000 seedlings. And again, later that summer, he lost 80% of those seedlings to drought. At the beginning of this year, forecasting 10 years into the future, Gehlsen started to panic about what his future crop might look like with yet another year of seedling losses. In his decades of tree farming, Gehlsen says he has never had a series of such dramatic and consecutive losses like he had in 2019 and 2020. In March 2021, Gehlsen planted another 4,000 seedlings. This year, the dreaded drought struck again in July. Gehlsen observed signs of stress on the larger trees -- once upright pine needles were pointing downward. Gehlsen knew from his re-

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cent experiences that in a matter of mere days, the newly planted seedlings would turn brown and die just like they had the previous two years. Fearing another devastating loss, Gehlsen said he thought to himself, “Holy smokes, I’ve got to pump water.” Gehlsen acted fast. He took his tractor, a water pump and piping down to the nearby Cedar Run stream and set up an emergency irrigation system for the first time in his 40 years of tree farming. “I started pumping 4,000 gallons an hour, 24 hours a day for seven days. And if you do that math, it’s about 650,000 gallons of water,” he said. Three times throughout every 24-hour period, Gehlsen reconfigured about a dozen 30-foot sections of pipe to saturate the entire growing field. Gehlsen said the hydration system “staved off the drought” and saved this year’s seedlings. It will be 10 years until this year’s seedlings will be ready for sale, and Gehlsen will be 77 years old at that time. Over the next 10 years of growing time, each of those trees will need to be trimmed annually. “Right now, I’ve got about 15,000 white pines. I’ve got a 30-day window to trim them out. That means I’ve got to trim 500 trees a day from June 8th to July 8th,” he said, explaining that if he trims too soon, the traditional Christmas tree shape won’t set. If he trims too late, he’ll inadvertently cut off new buds, and the tree will no longer grow, “turning it into a permanent bonsai tree.” All of it is a lot of work, and Gehlsen said he hasn’t had a vacation in the last five years.

Booming sales

Now that Evergreen Acres is the closest Christmas tree farm to the beltway, Gehlsen says he welcomes customers from all over the region. A visit to Evergreen Acres is a long-held holiday tradition for many local families. For 30 years, Black Friday was the unofficial

PHOTO BY CHER MUZYK

Evergreen Acres, Prince William County’s last remaining Christmas tree farm, is growing about 20,000 trees on about 97 acres in Nokesville. kickoff to Christmas tree season at Evergreen Acres. But last year, Gehlsen pushed back his opening day one week in the face of extremely high demand due to more people celebrating at home and staying local as a result of COVID-19. Evergreen Acres’ current supply of trees is limited by what Gehlsen planted eight to 12 years ago. Opening the tree farm later last year didn’t hurt sales. In fact, last year was Evergreen Acres’ busiest year ever. The farm sold 1,100 trees in less than two weeks, raking in about $70,000 in sales. The farm also set its best single day selling record of 464 trees sold on Dec. 6, 2020, the first Saturday of the selling season, Gehlsen said. With the increased demand and extra work required over the last few years, Gehlsen is raising his prices this year, upping the price of his white pines from $60 to $80. His Norway spruces were “a steal” last year at $80, Gehlsen said. This year, he increased them to $120 for 7-foot-tall spruces and $150 for those over 7 feet tall, to more closely match the prices of his closest competitors, he said. See TREES, page 8


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For local tree farmer, sales are evergreen TREES, from page 6 “I had it backwards. I was just so out of the pricing cycle,” Gehlsen explained, adding: “I did some searching of the few remaining farms between here Winchester, and even though I’m closest to the beltway, I was rock-solid the very cheapest. I even saw posts online saying ‘Everybody go to Evergreen Acres -- they are giving trees away. They’re dirt cheap.’ Well, the one closest to the beltway should be highest, generally, with agricultural products. The further you go away from the beltway, the cheaper it gets.” Gehlsen will again open for sales this year on Saturday Dec. 4. He’ll have a crew of eight to help him with the first weekend rush. After his price adjustments, Gehlsen projects his total sales may jump to more than $100,000 this year.

No plans to retire

Gehlsen is partially disabled, having had part of one of his feet amputated years ago. After farming trees for more than four decades, he said he’s given serious thought to taking a break from planting new seedlings in preparation for eventually retiring. He even recently told his wife he would cease planting but has since decided against it -- mostly because he’s able to charge more for his trees. Given the higher prices, Gehlsen can plant more trees, allowing a potential profit margin that “makes sense,” he said. “My wife said, ‘I

thought you were done.’ And I said, ‘Not at over a hundred bucks a tree!’”

Growing green

Last year was not just Evergreen Acres’ best year for sales, it was also a record year for live tree sales nationwide. According to the National Christmas Tree Association, there are approximately 25 to 30 million real Christmas trees sold in the U.S. every year, a number that’s trending upward. Considering the rising demand for live trees and his ability to produce the local supply, Gehlsen said the profit margins are just too alluring. “It will be very attractive because the way it looks right now; what I see is there won’t be any Christmas tree farms in Prince William. But if I keep planting, then somebody with a little bit of vision and appreciation and some fairly deep pockets could say, ‘Oh, I think I’d like to get into that business,’ because in 10 years, the Norway Spruce will be selling easily for $200,” Gehlsen said. Gazing out over his serene tree farm and breathing in the crisp pine scent on a recent afternoon, Gehlsen said the farm defines who he is and that he’s proud of his life’s work. “What should I retire for? So I can die? I can do that out here on the farm. … If I fall over dead out in the trees and somebody finds me, and the buzzards have already picked my eyes out, I’m all right with that.” Reach Cher Muzyk at cmuzyk@ gmail.com.

Data center plan resurrects Bi-County Parkway debate BI-COUNTY PKWY, from page 4 Horner said in an interview Tuesday that “the Bi-County Parkway with the Pageland Lane application … are two separate things.” She added that the county government has maintained for years that the parkway would need to be re-evaluated during the upcoming comprehensive plan update because of its designation as one of Virginia’s 12 “statewide corridors of significance.” The Virginia Department of Transportation defines corridors of statewide significance as travel corridors that “help people and goods move between regions in Virginia and to areas outside Virginia.” “We don’t intend on having a debate about the Bi-County Parkway with Pageland Lane application,” Horner said.

Civic groups oppose the parkway, gateway

Still, some conservation and civic groups opposed to the PW Digital Gateway plan maintain that the data center corridor will beckon the Bi-County Parkway back into the public discussion, and with it, concerns about increased truck and commuter traffic on Va. 234 between I-95 and Loudoun County. “The proposed industrial corridor along Pageland Lane in the rural crescent will require that the Bi-County Parkway is built, generating massive

truck traffic starting in Woodbridge to the Loudoun County line. Traffic on nearby local roads such as Route 15 and Route 234 will significantly increase,” The Coalition to Protect PWC, a local conservation group, said in a statement. Residents of Heritage Hunt, an age-restricted community of about 3,500 people that borders one of the properties slated for data centers, have also begun speaking out against the PW Digital Gateway plan and have raised concerns about the potential return of the Bi-County Parkway. The Heritage Hunt Homeowner’s Association formally declared its opposition to the plan last month in a letter to the Prince William Planning Commission. In its letter, it said the “proposed development will forever change the rural and pastoral quality of our area and have a direct and adverse effect on our residents’ way of life.” Bill Wright, a Heritage Hunt resident who is organizing opposition to the plan, said that many in the community, including himself, are worried that the data center plan will “bring the Bi-County Parkway out of mothballs,” and send an “endless stream of big rigs roaring and belching their way from I-95 up 234.” “If this is the future of our county, I don’t want to live here,” Wright said. Reach Daniel Berti at dberti@ fauquier.com

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GUEST OPINION

Data centers, the Bi-County Parkway are too much for the rural crescent I’ve received a number of phone calls and emails from my constituents in Gainesville concerned about the proposal to allow data centers in the rural crescent part of Gainesville here in the 13th District. As I’ve stated for years now, I oppose all data centers being built north or west of Innovation Park in Manassas, and especially data centers being built near either Conway Robinson Park or Manassas National Battlefield Park. While I personally consider the tax revenue generated from data centers to be the political equivalent of a sugar high and would prefer what’s left of our woods in western Prince William be left alone rather than be turned into buildings, I respect that those are local land-use decisions to be made by the Prince William Board of County Supervisors. In general, I respect division of powers between state and local office and, likewise, I respect local elected officials being able to make local land-use decisions – with an important caveat. Transmission lines – huge 69KV and larger lines meant to power major consumers of energy, such as data centers – and roads both directly affect my legislative work: the former as a matter of the Code of Virginia, the latter as both a state delegate and a member of the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority. Last year, I filed and the Virginia General Assembly passed my bill, HB 1030, to ban aboveground transmission lines along the Interstate 66 corridor between Gainesville and Haymarket for the next 10 years. I wrote that bill specifically to end 14 years of fights over above-ground transmission lines in that area. If any land-use decision runs afoul of the spirit or text of HB 1030, it will come at the project’s peril, and I will do what I must to preserve the integrity of HB 1030. I filed that bill and fought for it for three years to encourage the Prince William Board of County Supervisors to stop putting what electric utilities refer to as “bulkload customers” (read: data centers) in Haymarket and Gainesville and rethink economic development in western Prince William County. Transmission lines only go up when there’s something to charge at the other end. One of the arguments for adding the data centers to Pageland Lane is that there are nearby transmis-

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sion lines already in place. While I appreciate the argument that it relies on existing infrastructure, you, of course, could say the same about Innovation Park, which is specifically designed for technology-based economic development. Also, if a bunch of data centers spring up at once to stress the capacity of those lines, it’s just a matter of time before we’re revisiting the protests of 2006 and 2014 about building new transmission facilities in an area that’s had more than enough fights already. My transportation concern is that the moment any significant commercial development is approved for that corridor, it will immediately bring with it calls to resurrect the proposed Bi-County Parkway. Pageland Lane, an existing two-lane country road, won’t be able to support even more commuters at a time when we already have commuters using it as a short-cut. The fight over the Bi-County Parkway was supposed to be over five years ago when the board of county supervisors stripped it from the county’s comprehensive plan following the all-out political war over it in 2013 and 2014. It needs to stay dead. Let’s focus on what we can agree on: fixing our existing roads – which we’re now finally doing on Route 28 – before we create new problems with new roads. Likewise, while recognizing that it is ultimately a local land-use decision for the board of county supervisors to make, I again urge all of our local officials – elected and appointed – to leave further development out of the rural crescent and lands adjacent to Manassas National Battlefield Park here in the 13th District. Del. Danica Roem represents the 13th District of the Virginia House of Delegates. Elected to a third term Nov. 2, she is a lifelong resident of the Manassas part of Prince William County and covered western Prince William as a reporter for the former Gainesville Times and Prince William Times from 2006-2015.

In support of a ‘PW Digital Gateway’ restricted to data centers I, along with the overwhelming majority of residents and landowners of Pageland Lane, support the proposed “PW Digital Gateway” restricted to data centers. Prince William County Economic Development Director Christina Winn says the county is about out of desirable land for data center development. The industry is telling us that the Pageland Lane corridor is precisely where they want to be; Pageland Lane is close to Ashburn, and the high-voltage electric transmission lines and dark fiber are already here. Massive, towering transmission lines, relentless construction and commuter traffic, and nearby commercial development have negatively impacted generational farmland. The Pageland Lane corridor is located on the eastern edge of the “rural crescent,” which was established in 1998 and intended to be

revisited after 20 years. Gainesville Crossing’s 3 million square foot commercial development is currently under construction right across the street. Pageland Lane corridor is not rural anymore! The PW Digital Gateway will create thousands of high-paying tech and union construction jobs and bring in an enormous amount of commercial tax revenue. We don’t want to lose this opportunity to our neighbors. The interest groups and alarmists are wrong: Viewsheds, watersheds, and water quality will be protected. Tell the Prince William Board of County Supervisors to do the right thing for the future of Prince William County and vote yes to approve this once-in-a-lifetime smart growth opportunity. MIKE GROSSMAN Gainesville

Say no to the data center ‘edge district’ While most of public attention has rightfully been centered on zoning changes allowing for data centers on Pageland Lane, it is important to realize that data center proposals are under consideration all throughout Prince William County, to include an application in Nokesville. The House farm’s data center application proposes to remove 277 acres from the rural crescent and create a new zoning category: the “Data Center Edge District.” This zone change would allow for industrial sprawl and development to enter into the rural crescent. No nearby landowners are zoned for data centers, and the land isn’t currently in the county’s “data center overlay district.” The House Farm is no place for a data center. The land is sandwiched by residential gravel roads, is in the floodplain, and doesn’t have

access to public water or sewer. No environmental study on the impact of industrial development has been completed. No water study has been completed to examine impacts on neighboring wells and septic fields. The application states that the land is no longer viable for farmland and it’s the environmentally conscious choice to build a data center to avoid fertilizer nutrient run-off. Both arguments are laughable and fail to account for the concrete buildings, construction, parking lots, and other structures that would decimate the environment and local rural community. No attempts have been made by House Farm to publicize this application with the local community. If they did, they would realize there are grave concerns across the board. CHRISTOPHER CARROLL Nokesville


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More than just a road Once a village between Manassas and Occoquan, ‘Hoadly’ was known for its post office, churches, stores and the ‘Hoadly Hellcats’ By Martin Jeter

Contributing Writer

Long before there was a Potomac Mills or a Lake Ridge or even a Dale City, there were little villages in the county where folks gathered to get the mail, buy necessary items, chew the fat or even have a nip of moonshine out behind the store. In the winter, they would gather around the woodstove to munch on a hunk of cheese from the cheese round and share the latest news. These places are still shown on maps -- places such as Agnewville, Independent Hill, Hoadly, Canova, Woodbine, Woodhaven, Buckhall and Minnieville are all examples of communities that thrived as commercial and social gathering places when Prince William County was rural and most folks worked in timbering or farming or in government work such as maintaining roads.

Welcome to Hoadly

The Hoadly community was centered around what is today the intersection of Prince William Parkway, Hoadly Road and Davis Ford Road. This intersection has changed a lot over the years, the biggest change being the construction of Prince William Parkway in 1994 through the forest from Hoadly to Manassas, roughly paralleling Davis Ford Road. From the 1700s on, this was an important crossroads, leading north to Fairfax, south to Independent Hill and Brentsville, west to Manassas and east to Occoquan. Hoadly flourished along with the establishment of the Rural Post Office program in the late 1800s and began to decline with the arrival of Rural Free Delivery in the 1920s. In those years, the local post office was a gathering place for the community and most post offices had at least one general store in the immediate vicinity. Davis’s store and the third Hoadly post office were in the vicinity of the county’s present day James J. McCoart Administration Building along what was then Davis Ford Road. Those buildings were demolished when Davis Ford was widened in 1987. Most of the postmasters were Davises – with the exceptions being a Simpson, a Delaney and a Smith. The Hoadly postmasters were evenly divided over the years between men and women. The postmaster’s job was a political appointment and paid well. Across Davis Ford Road (now Prince William Parkway) and to the west was M. Davis’s Dance Pavil-

HOADLY

The establishment of the rural post office program and a new postmaster in 1887 brought the name Hoadly to this area previously known as Maple Valley. Local post offices often occupied space at a general store and became a community gathering place, as was the case in Hoadly. The site of the first Hoadly Post Office serving this country neighborhood was just east of this sign at R.M. Davis’s Store. The post office relocated in 1900 a half mile to the west near M. Davis’s Dance Pavilion and the Hoadly ball field, home of the Hoadly Hellcats, but returned to its original location in 1915. Hoadly flourished with a number of other stores and churches in an area stretching along the old Davis Ford Road roughly from Laurel Hills Drive to Bacon Race Road. Rural free delivery took over after the Hoadly Post Office closed in 1954, but Hoadly lingers on as an unincorporated community. Source: Prince William County Historical Commission - 2020 ion; the second site of the Hoadly post office; and the Hoadly ball field, home of the “Hoadly Hellcats.” The first Hoadly post office was on Davis Ford Road just west of its intersection with Prince William Parkway. There were a number of other stores and churches in the Hoadly area; the Davises, Delaneys, Reids and Poseys all had stores here. Oak Grove Church, also known as Bacon Race Church, at the intersection of Davis Ford and Bacon Race roads, dates back to the 1700s. Long a mystery, the origination of the Hoadly name became less so recently when local historian Don Wilson, of Prince William Public

How did Hoadly get its name? Richard M. Davis, Hoadly’s postmaster in the late 1800s, may have named it after George Hoadly, the 36th governor of Ohio and a candidate for U.S. president.

COURTESY PHOTO

Photos of the Hoadly Post Office and Davis’s General Store, provided to Prince William County by a descendant of the Davis family. Libraries’ Ruth E. Loyd Information Center, did some research and found that the postmaster at the time, Richard M. Davis, was a Democrat, and a nationally known Democratic primary candidate for the presidential nomination was named George Hoadly. According to a July 1884 article in the Staunton, Virginia, “Spectator,” George Hoadly was known nationwide as a statesman, a fearless and aggressive leader and a man of acknowledged ability, integrity, courage and wisdom. It’s very possible that Davis knew of George Hoadly and picked the name to honor him.

The Mosser/May families

One family that has lived in the Hoadly area for generations – more than 80 years -- is the Mosser family. A conversation with family patriarch Gary Mosser, now in his 70s, fleshed out some details of what life in Hoadly was like in the 1950s and 1960s and even earlier. Mosser is one of 10 children who helped farm a 100-acre plot purchased in 1941, most of which is now part of the River Falls and Old Hickory golf course community. The family still lives on a smaller parcel where the original farmhouse once stood, later replaced by a brick home. Their farm was like many

George Hoadly (1826-1902)

others in the middle and eastern parts of Prince William up until the 1960s, when suburban development accelerated and displaced many of them. They were pretty much self-sustaining, growing and raising most of what they needed, butchering their own animals and canning enough food to last the winter. Those who lived in the Hoadly area during that time traveled to either Manassas or Occoquan for some supplies, such as hardware and farm implements, but there were a number of local places such as Davis’s store just up the street for more common items. Mosser’s father worked as a welder and mechanic in Manassas to provide extra cash needed to purchase various items. It was common practice for Prince William residents in the 1940s and 1950s to have a “side job” to supplement their income. Mosser also played on the Hoadly Hellcats baseball team, one of several teams in the county that competed against each other. Their home field was near the present-day 7 Eleven store on the south side of Prince William Parkway. They could go out behind the barn on the farm next to today’s McCoart building to get a nip of moonshine after (or during!) the game. Along with Judge William Wendall May (who was a lawyer at that time and later became a judge on the Prince William Circuit Court in Manassas), Mosser’s father cut what later became Asdee Lane through the fields and woods to connect their properties to what was then Hedges Run Road to the east. Mosser said he has no idea how the road got its name. Judge May had about 80 acres and a fine home with his law office just around the corner from the Mosser family in an area that is now part of the May’s Quarter community. When May moved to Prince William County in 1941, he was one of only seven practicing attorneys in the county. Good old days! See HOADLY, page 12


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More than just a road HOADLY, from page 11 The kids in Hoadly in the 1950s rode a bus to the old Occoquan High School (now Occoquan Elementary School) near the corner of Old Bridge and Occoquan roads, and later to the old GarField High School, which is now the A.J. Ferlazzo Building on U.S. 1 near Cardinal Drive. They sometimes had to get out and help push the bus through muddy patches on the dirt roads. So that’s a snippet of life in old Hoadly, but we’ve come full circle now in some ways. Up until recently, the Potomac Nationals played baseball right across the street from where the Hoadly Hellcats played, and when the Prince William County Planning Commission or Board of County Supervisors are in session, people come to Hoad-

PHOTO BY DELIA ENGSTROM

Hoadly Road, now a main thoroughfare in the mid-county area, was once a village known for its general stores, post office and the Hoadly “Hellcats” baseball team. ly to talk about the issues of the day, just like they used to at the post office or around the woodstove at Davis’s store. A historical marker has been created and funded and will soon be placed in front of the James J. McCoart complex to commemorate old Hoadly

and remind us of our connections to the past. Martin Jeter is a resident of Prince William County and worked with others on a historical marker that will soon mark Prince William County’s government center as once being part of the village known as “Hoadly.”

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC OF AN APPLICATION BY VIRGINIA ELECTRIC POWER COMPANY FOR BY NOTICE TO THE AND PUBLIC OF AN APPLICATION VIRGINIA ELECTRIC AND POWER COMPANY FOR REVISION OF RATE ADJUSTMENT CLAUSE: RIDER US-2, REVISION OF RATE ADJUSTMENT CLAUSE: RIDER SCOTT, WHITEHOUSE, AND WOODLAND US-2, SCOTT,SOLAR WHITEHOUSE, AND WOODLAND POWER STATIONS SOLAR POWER STATIONS CASE CASENO. NO.PUR-2021-00238 PUR-2021-00238 •Virginia Electric and Power Company (“Dominion”) costs of of three three solar solar power power •Virginia Electric and Power Company (“Dominion”)has hasapplied appliedfor forapproval approvaltotorevise reviseits itsrate rateadjustment adjustmentclause, clause, Rider Rider US-2, US-2, by by which it recovers the costs stations. stations. •Dominion requests $11,339,380 for 2022 RiderUS-2. US-2.According AccordingtotoDominion, Dominion,this thisamount amountwould wouldincrease increasethe the monthly monthly bill bill of of aa typical typical residential residential customer •Dominion requests $11,339,380 for itsits 2022 Rider customer using using 1,000 1,000 kilowatt hours electricity month $0.05. kilowatt hours of of electricity perper month byby$0.05. •A Hearing Examiner appointed by the Commission will hold a telephonic hearing in this case on March 14, 2022, at 10 a.m., for the receipt of public witness testimony.

•A Hearing Examiner appointed by the Commission will hold a telephonic hearing in this case on March 14, 2022, at 10 a.m., for the receipt of public witness testimony.

•An evidentiary hearing will be held on March 15, 2022, at 10 a.m., either in the Commission’s second floor courtroom located in the Tyler Building, 1300 East Main Street, Rich-

mond, Virginia 23219,will or by means. details on this hearing be provided second by subsequent Commission Order or Hearing Examiner’s Ruling. •An evidentiary hearing beelectronic held on March 15,Further 2022, at 10 a.m., either in thewill Commission’s floor courtroom located in the Tyler Building, 1300 East Main Street, Richmond, Virginia 23219, or by electronic means. Further details on this hearing will be provided by subsequent Commission Order or Hearing Examiner’s Ruling. •Further information about this case is available on the Commission website at: https://scc.virginia.gov/pages/Case-Information.

•Further information about this case is available on Company the Commission websiteorat: https://scc.virginia.gov/pages/Case-Information. On October 5, 2021, Virginia Electric and Power (“Dominion” “Company”), pursuant to § 56-585.1 A 6 of the Code of Virginia, filed with the State Corporation

Commission (“Commission”) an annual update with respect to the Company’s rate adjustment clause, Rider US-2 (“Application”). Through its Application, the Company seeks

OntoOctober 2021, Virginiawith Electric andScott Power Company or(“MW”) “Company”), pursuant to § 56-585.1 A 6 of the Codelocated of Virginia, filed with the State Corporation recover5, costs associated (i) the Solar Facility,(“Dominion” a 17 megawatt (nominal alternating current (“AC”)) facility in Powhatan County; (ii) the Whitehouse Commission (“Commission”) an annual withCounty; respect and to the Company’s rate Solar adjustment clause, US-2 (“Application”). itsCounty Application, the Company seeks Solar Facility, a 20 MW facility locatedupdate in Louisa (iii) the Woodland Facility, a 19 Rider MW AC facility located in IsleThrough of Wight (collectively, “US-2 Solar Projects” or “Projects”). to recover costs associated with (i) the Scott Solar Facility, a 17 megawatt (“MW”) (nominal alternating current (“AC”)) facility located in Powhatan County; (ii) the Whitehouse Solar Facility, a 20 MW facility located in Louisa County; and (iii) the Woodland Solar Facility, a 19 MW AC facility located in Isle of Wight County (collectively, “US-2 Solar In Caseor No. PUE-2015-00104, the Commission approved construction of the US-2 Solar Projects. In conjunction therewith, the Commission also approved a rate adjustment clauProjects” “Projects”). se, designated Rider US-2, which allowed Dominion to recover costs associated with the development of the Projects. The US-2 Solar Projects achieved commercial operations in 2016.

In Case No. PUE-2015-00104, the Commission approved construction of the US-2 Solar Projects. In conjunction therewith, the Commission also approved a rate adjustment clause,In designated Rider US-2, which allowed Dominion to recover costs associated the rate development of theSeptember Projects. The US-2and Solar Projects achieved commercial operations this proceeding, Dominion has asked the Commission to approve Rider US-2with for the year beginning 1, 2022, ending August 31, 2023 (“2022 Rate Year”). in The two components of the proposed total revenue requirement for the 2022 Rate Year are the Projected Cost Recovery Factor and the Actual Cost True-Up Factor. The Company 2016. is requesting a Projected Cost Recovery Factor revenue requirement of $8,885,656 and an Actual Cost True Up Factor revenue requirement of $2,453,724. Thus, the Company is

a totalDominion revenue requirement of $11,339,380 service rendered during Ratebeginning Year. In requesting this proceeding, has asked the Commissionfor to approve Rider US-2 for the the 2022 rate year September 1, 2022, and ending August 31, 2023 (“2022 Rate Year”). The two components of the proposed totalrequirement revenue requirement forDominion the 2022 Rate Year are of thereturn Projected Cost Recovery Factor and the Actual Cost Factor. The Company For purposes of calculating the revenue in this case, utilized a rate on common equity revenue (“ROE”) of 9.2%, which wasTrue-Up approved by the is requesting Projected Cost Recovery Factor revenue requirement of $8,885,656 Actual Cost True Up Factor requirement of $2,453,724. Thus, theCommission Company in Case No.a PUR-2019-00050. The Company states that that the Commission willand set an a new ROE in the Company’s triennial review proceeding, Case No. PUR-2021-00058; theis requesting a total revenueROE requirement of $11,339,380 rendered during the 2022 Rate Year. of the revenue requirement ultimately approved as part of this proceeding. Commission-approved will be applicable for usefor inservice the Projected Cost Recovery Factor component the proposed Rider US-2 the 2022 Rate Year in is approved, the impactutilized on customer wouldon depend on the customer’s and usage. According to Dominion, ForIfpurposes of calculating theforrevenue requirement this case, Dominion a ratebills of return common equity (“ROE”)rate of schedule 9.2%, which was approved by the Commission implementation of its proposed Rider US-2 on September 1, the 2022, would increase theamonthly billinofthe a residential 1,000 kilowatt hours of electricity per monththe by in Case No. PUR-2019-00050. The Company states that that Commission will set new ROE Company’scustomer triennialusing review proceeding, Case No. PUR-2021-00058; approximately $0.05.ROE will be applicable for use in the Projected Cost Recovery Factor component of the revenue requirement ultimately approved as part of this proceeding. Commission-approved Theproposed CompanyRider indicates itfor hasthe generally calculated proposed Rider US-2 in accordance with the same methodology asrate used for ratesand approved the Commission in the If the US-2proceeding, 2022 Rate Year isthe approved, the impact onrates customer would depend on the customer’s schedule usage. by According to Dominion, most recent Rider US-2 Case No. PUR-2020-00231. In the triennial reviewbills proceeding, the Company proposed updates to certain components of its lead-lag study, implementation of its proposed Rider September would increase theapplicable monthly bill of a residential usingcapital 1,000 kilowatt hoursThe of electricity per month by and used an updated revenue lag, theUS-2 only on component of 1, the2022, updated lead-lag study to Rider US-2, in itscustomer cash working calculations. Company acknowledapproximately $0.05. lag determined in the triennial review proceeding will be applicable for use in the calculation of the revenue requirement ultimately approved as part of this ges that the revenue proceeding.

The Company indicates it has generally calculated the proposed Rider US-2 rates in accordance with the same methodology as used for rates approved by the Commission in the Interested persons are proceeding, encouraged to review Application and In supporting documents the detailsthe ofCompany these and proposed other proposals. most recent Rider US-2 Case No. the PUR-2020-00231. the triennial review for proceeding, updates to certain components of its lead-lag study, andTAKE used an updatedthat revenue lag, the only component ofrevenues the updated lead-lag study applicable todesign Riderrates US-2, in its cash differing working from capital calculations. Company acknowledNOTICE the Commission may apportion among customer classes and/or in a manner that shown in theThe Application gesdocuments that the revenue lagmay determined in the review applicable Application for use in theand calculation ofdocuments. the revenue requirement ultimately approved asand partsupporting of this and thus adopt rates thattriennial differ from thoseproceeding appearing will in thebeCompany’s supporting proceeding. The Commission entered an Order for Notice and Hearing that, among other things, scheduled public hearings on Dominion’s Application. On March 14, 2022, at 10 a.m., the

Commission willare hold a telephonic hearing,the with no witnessand present in the Commission’s forthese the purpose of receiving Interested persons encouraged to review Application supporting documents for courtroom, the details of and other proposals.the testimony of public witnesses. On or before March 10, 2022, any person desiring to offer testimony as a public witness shall provide to the Commission (a) your name, and (b) the telephone number that you wish the Com-

mission to call that during hearing to may receive your testimony. This information be and/or provided to therates Commission in three ways: (i) by out form on the Commission’s TAKE NOTICE thethe Commission apportion revenues among customer may classes design intoa SCCInfo@scc.virginia.gov; manner differing from thatfilling shown inathe Application and supporting website atand scc.virginia.gov/pages/Webcasting; (ii) by completing and the PDFApplication version of this or (iii) by calling (804) 371-9141. This documents may will adoptberates that at differ from those appearing inemailing the Company’s andform supporting documents. public witnessthus hearing webcast scc.virginia.gov/pages/Webcasting.

The Commission entered an a.m., Ordereither for Notice Hearing that, among other things, scheduled public hearings on 1300 Dominion’s Application. On March 14, 2022, at 10 the On March 15, 2022, at 10 in the and Commission’s second floor courtroom located in the Tyler Building, East Main Street, Richmond, Virginia 23219, ora.m., by electroCommission hold awill telephonic hearing, with notestimony witness present in the Commission’s courtroom, for the purpose ofCommission’s receiving the testimony of public witnesses. On orwill before nic means, will a hearing be convened to receive and evidence from the Company, any respondents, and the Staff. Further details on this hearing be provided by subsequent Commission or HearingasExaminer’s Ruling. March 10, 2022, any person desiring to Order offer testimony a public witness shall provide to the Commission (a) your name, and (b) the telephone number that you wish the Commission to call during the hearing to receive your testimony. This information may be provided to the Commission in three ways: (i) by filling out a form on the Commission’s The Commission has taken judicial notice of (ii) the by ongoing publicand health issues the related the spread of the coronavirus, or COVID-19. In accordance all pleadings, website at scc.virginia.gov/pages/Webcasting; completing emailing PDFtoversion of this form to SCCInfo@scc.virginia.gov; or (iii) bytherewith, calling (804) 371-9141.briefs, This or other documents required to be served in this matter should be submitted electronically to the extent authorized by 5 VAC 5-20-150, Copies and format, of the Commission’s public witness hearing be webcast at scc.virginia.gov/pages/Webcasting. Rules of Practice andwill Procedure (“Rules of Practice”). Confidential and Extraordinarily Sensitive Information shall not be submitted electronically and should comply with 5 VAC 5-20-170, Confidential information, of the Rules of Practice. Any person seeking to hand deliver and physically file or submit any pleading or other document shall contact the

OnClerk’s March Office 15, 2022, at 10 a.m., either in theatCommission’s second floor the courtroom Document Control Center (804) 371-9838 to arrange delivery.located in the Tyler Building, 1300 East Main Street, Richmond, Virginia 23219, or by electronic means, a hearing will be convened to receive testimony and evidence from the Company, any respondents, and the Commission’s Staff. Further details on this hearing will be Pursuant 5 VAC 5-20-140, FilingOrder and service, of the Rules of Practice, provided bytosubsequent Commission or Hearing Examiner’s Ruling. the Commission has directed that service on parties and the Commission’s Staff in this matter shall be accomplished by electronic means. Please refer to the Commission’s Order for Notice and Hearing for further instructions concerning Confidential or Extraordinarily Sensitive

Information. The Commission has taken judicial notice of the ongoing public health issues related to the spread of the coronavirus, or COVID-19. In accordance therewith, all pleadings, briefs, or An other documents required to be servedApplication in this matter should be submitted electronically to request the extent authorized by 5Company, VAC 5-20-150, andEsquire, format,McGuireWoods of the Commission’s electronic copy of the Company’s may be obtained by submitting a written to counsel for the Lisa R.Copies Crabtree, Rules of Practice of Practice”). Confidential Extraordinarily Sensitive Information shall not be submitted electronically and should comply withLLP, 5 VAC Gateway Plaza,and 800Procedure East Canal(“Rules Street, Richmond, Virginia 23219, and or LCrabtree@mcguirewoods.com. 5-20-170, Confidential information, of the Rules of Practice. Any person seeking to hand deliver and physically file or submit any pleading or other document shall contact the Clerk’s Center at (804) 371-9838 to arrange the delivery. On orOffice beforeDocument March 10, Control 2022, any interested person may submit comments on the Application by following the instructions found on the Commission’s website: scc.virginia.gov/ casecomments/Submit-Public-Comments. Those unable, as a practical matter, to submit comments electronically may file such comments by U.S. mail to the Clerk of the State

Corporation Commission, Document Control P.O. 2118,the Richmond, Virginia All comments shall refer Case No. PUR-2021-00238. Pursuant to 5 VAC 5-20-140,c/o Filing and service, ofCenter, the Rules ofBox Practice, Commission has 23218-2118. directed that service on parties and the to Commission’s Staff in this matter shall be accomplished by electronic means. Please refer to the Commission’s Order for Notice and Hearing for further instructions concerning Confidential or Extraordinarily Sensitive On or before December 29, 2021, any person or entity wishing to participate as a respondent in this proceeding may do so by filing a notice of participation with the Clerk of the Information. Commission at: scc.virginia.gov/clk/efiling. Those unable, as a practical matter, to file a notice of participation electronically may file such notice by U.S. mail to the Clerk of the Commission at the address listed above. Such notice of participation shall include the email addresses of such parties or their counsel, if available. The respondent simultaneous-

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The Nutcracker returns for the holidays

Manassas Ballet Theatre performs “The Nutcracker” Dec. 16 to 23. Staff Reports In what has become a local holiday tradition, the Manassas Ballet Theatre will bring “The Nutcracker” back to the Hylton Performing Arts Center’s stage for a series of performances from Dec. 16 to 23. The shows will feature an international cast of professional company dancers as well as more than 50 student dancers, ranging in age from 6 to 18, all accompanied by a live orchestra. Dancing in lead roles of Sugar Plum Fairy and Cavalier in this year’s performances are professional dancers Kaitlin Frankenfield and Joshua Burnham. This will be their sixth time dancing those roles together. “Each year we are able to add more ‘sparkle’ to the role since we get more comfortable with the choreography every year and we can rely on each other,” Burnham said in a Manassas Ballet news release. “This makes doing challenging choreography easier for us. We also know each other’s common mistakes as dancers, so it is easy to adjust on stage when things inevitably don’t go perfectly.”

The dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy and Cavalier is a highlight of “The Nutcracker,” which will be performed by the Manassas Ballet Theatre fat the Hylton Performing Arts Center.

Nutcracker

When: Dec. 16 to 23; Performance times: Thursday, Friday, Dec. 16 to 17: 7:30 p.m.; Saturday, Dec. 18, 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday, Dec. 19 through Thursday, Dec. 23: 3 p.m. Tickets: begin at $35. For more information, visit www. ManassasBallet.org Frankenfield, who is retiring this year, said her favorite memory is performing the very last Nutcracker show before the holidays each year. “I remember one year it was so sold out, we sold ushers’ seats to accommodate everyone that wanted to come,” she said. “It is usually our best show, and while we never get that one on tape, we always know we rocked it! All of my favorite roles have been danced with Josh from Cinderella to Giselle to Juliet. I feel so fortunate to have such a strong and talented partner behind me all these years!” The shows will feature two different casts, members of whom will perform on different days. Professional Manassas Ballet dancer Kurumi Miwa, of Tokyo, Japan, will also perform the roles of Sugar Plum Fairy and as part of the lead flower couple. She will also dance in the Snow Corps. Vadim Slatvitskii, of Russia, will perform the roles of Sugar Plum Cavalier, Snow King and lead flower couple. He will also dance as a party guest. Although Slatvitskii is not new to the roles, he will dance them with two different partners. “The biggest challenge for me now is that both of my partners are completely different heights, have different capabilities and have different experiences. For each rehearsal, I need to switch my attention to each of their nuances and act differently so that I can adapt to each partner,” he said in a statement. “In all of this, I can note that this does not allow me to be in the comfort zone, which is good for me as a dancer.” The student dancers will be featured in Act I, during the party scene at Clara’s House as Clara, her broth-

er Fritz, and their friends; and as dolls who come to life when Clara’s living room transforms into a magical dreamland. The students will also take the stage during the battle between the Nutcracker and the Mouse King and in Act II as Mother Gigone’s dancing children, according to Christina Brooks, a Manassas Ballet spokeswoman. Manassas Ballet Theatre is a 501c(3) nonprofit corporation founded in 1983. The mission of Manassas Ballet Theatre is to improve the

quality of life in Northern Virginia by providing accessible and affordable professional ballet performances, educational outreach to the community and the highest level of training to the serious student. Manassas Ballet Theatre is funded in part by the National Endowment for the Arts, the Virginia Commission of the Arts, Prince William County and the City of Manassas, and is an Arts Partner of the Hylton Performing Arts Center on the Manassas campus of George Mason University.


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UPCOMING PRINCE WILLIAM EVENTS FOR DEC. 2 TO 8 Ongoing events

“Wild Webs” Freeform Fiber exhibit: Through Jan. 21. ARTfactory, 9419 Battle St., Manassas. Features the free-form, fiber-art creations of local artist Karen Ballard and the U.S. premier of Prudence Mapstone’s collaborative freeform crochet and knit artwork, “50 Years of Flower Power.” Contact Jordan Exum at 703-330-2787 or email jexum@ VirginiaARTfactory.org. We the People -- Portraits of Veterans in America: National Museum of the Marine Corps, 18900 Jefferson Davis Highway, Triangle. Through July 22, 2022. Renowned artist Mary Whyte›s series depicts military veterans of all ages and in all walks of life. Images including a Missouri dairy farmer, Rhode Island lobsterman, Pennsylvania science teacher, South Carolina single mother and 46 other moving portraits showcased together in a timeless portrait. For more information, call 1-877-653-1775. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Women of the Same Blood: Through Jan. 9. Hylton Performing Arts Center, Buchanan Partners Art Gallery, Science and Tech, 10960 George Mason Circle, Manassas. Through analog photographic processes, artist, photographer, archivist and family historian Zia Palmer records the often slow changes in communities, landscapes and

Friday, Dec. 3: Santa Lights Manassas, also known as the Old Town Manassas tree-lighting, at 5:15 p.m. After the tree is lit, Santa and Mrs. Claus will greet the children and listen to their holiday wishes. architecture, specifically legacies and remnants of her ancestral locations in Northeastern New Mexico. The Hylton Performing Arts Center requires proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test result for all visitors.

Friday, Dec. 3

Holiday Through the Ages: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. View seasonal celebrations of the past. Masks are required. Reservations strongly suggested;

call 703-499-9812. Rippon Lodge Historic Site, 15520 Blackburn Road, Woodbridge. $5 per person, children under 6 free. Santa Lights Manassas: 5:15 p.m. Old Town Manassas. Santa Lights Manassas, also known as the tree lighting, has been a fixture in the Manassas community for more than 27 years. The magic of the evening begins with holiday musical

performances and then Santa arrives in Manassas shortly after 6 p.m. After the tree is lit, Santa and Mrs. Claus greet the children and listen to their holiday wishes. Families can visit the Manassas Museum and store, enjoy free wagon rides to get into the holiday spirit, as well as visit local shops and restaurants. Mason Dance Innovation Concert: 8 p.m. Hylton Performing Arts Center, 10960 George Mason Circle, Manassas. Enjoy a showcase of new dances by George Mason University’s School of Dance. For tickets and information, call 703-330-2787. The Hylton Performing Arts Center requires proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test result for all visitors. Tickets $15, students, staff, and seniors $10; groups of 10 or more $7. Friday Night Karaoke: 7 to 10 p.m. Bring a friend and show off your vocal skills on the stage. Brew Republic Bierwerks, 15201 Potomac Town Place, Woodbridge. A Christmas Chaos: 7 p.m. Presented by Rooftop Productions. All attendees at indoor performances must present proof of COVID-19 vaccination or show a recent, negative COVID-19 test result. Face coverings are required indoors for patrons ages two and up. For reservations and tickets, call 703330-2787. ARTfactory, 9419 Battle St., Manassas. $25 adults; $20 students/ seniors. See CALENDAR, page 15

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Saturday, Dec. 4

75th Annual Greater Manassas Christmas Parade: 10 a.m. to noon. Historic Downtown Manassas, 9201 Center St., Manassas. Model Trains: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For all ages. Members from Northern VA NTRAK will set up model trains in the community room. Masks are required. Potomac Library, 2201 Optiz Blvd., Woodbridge. Free. Manassas Symphony Orchestra: 3:30 p.m. Family concert “Color and Light”. For tickets and information, call 703-330-2787. The Hylton Performing Arts Center requires proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test result for all visitors. Hylton Performing Arts Center, 10960 George Mason Circle, Manassas. Tickets $20 adult; $16 seniors and military. Holiday Through the Ages: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. View seasonal celebrations of the past. Masks are required. Reservations strongly suggested; call 703-499-9812. Rippon Lodge Historic Site, 15520 Blackburn Road, Woodbridge. $5 per person, children under 6 free. Christmas and Holiday Celebration: 3 to 6 p.m. Family friendly event. Celebrate the splendor of Christmas. Hot cocoa, cider, free cookie decorating station for children. Holiday carols and musical performances. Visit Santa and Mrs. Claus. Tree lighting at dusk. Town of Haymarket, 15000 Washington St., Haymarket. Free. Holiday Artisan Market in Historic Occoquan: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Outdoor market featuring artisans and crafters. Masks required; social distancing will apply. River Mill Park, 458 Mill St., Occoquan. Free. Holiday Market: 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Hosted by Dale City Farmers Market. Vendors, gifts and food. Dale City Farmers Market, Commuter Lot, Dale City. New Dominion Choraliers: 7:30 to 9 p.m. Holiday concert. Hylton Memorial Chapel, 14640 Potomac Mills Road, Woodbridge. Free. Live Music at Tin Cannon Brewing Company: 6 to 9 p.m. Featuring Nick Coons. Tin Cannon Brewing Company, 7679 Limestone Drive, Gainesville. Holiday Beertique: 11 a.m. Vendors and beer. The Farm Brewery at Broad Run, 16015 John Marshall Highway, Haymarket. Live Music at Sinistral Brewing Company: Noon to 2 p.m. Featuring Carleigh Jane. Sinistral Brewing Company, 9419 Main St., Manassas.

Sunday, Dec. 5

Holiday Through the Ages: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. View seasonal celebrations of the past. Masks are required. Reservations strongly suggested; call 703-499-9812. Rippon Lodge Historic Site, 15520 Blackburn Road, Woodbridge. $5.00 per person, children under 6 free. Holiday Artisan Market in Historic Occoquan: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Outdoor market featuring artisans and crafters. Masks required; social distancing will apply. River Mill Park, 458 Mill St., Occoquan. Free. Jane Lynch’s A Swingin’ Little Christmas: 7 p.m. Featuring Kate Flannery, Tim Davis, and the Tony

Guerrero Quintet. For tickets and information, call 703-330-2787. The Hylton Performing Arts Center requires proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test result for all visitors. Hylton Performing Arts Center, 10960 George Mason Circle, Manassas. Tickets $65, $55, $40, half-price for youth through grade 12. Hauntingly Historic Occoquan Walking Tour: 5 to 6:30 p.m. Family friendly. Wear comfortable shoes and bring water. Hear stories of famous and beloved ghosts. Reservations required; call 703-3573850. Occoquan Spirits, 408 Mill St., Occoquan. $15 per person. Holiday Carriage Rides: 1 to 4 p.m. Start at the train depot and ride around Downtown Manassas. Rides are first come, first serve. For more information, call 703-361-6599. Historic Manassas, 9431 West St., Manassas. Free. Pet Photos with Santa: 5 to 8 p.m. Bring your pet and have pictures taken with Santa. 10% of all draft beer sales will be donated to the Prince William SPCA. For more information, call 571-285-1997. Water’s End Brewery, 12425 Dillingham Square, Lake Ridge. Books on Tap at Ornery Beer Company: 6 to 7:30 p.m. Hosted by Ornery Beer Company and Prince William Library. The club meets the first Sunday of the month to discuss a monthly book selection. For more information, contact: jraghunathan@ pwcgov.org. Ornery Beer Company, 8088 Flannery Court, Manassas.

Monday, Dec. 6

English Conversation Group: Noon to 1 p.m. For adults. Improve speaking skills in a relaxed atmosphere where speakers of all languages are welcome. First come, first served until capacity is reached. Masks required. Central Library, 8601 Mathis Ave., Manassas. Free.

Tuesday, Dec. 7

DMV Connects: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Several services are offered. Masks required. Walk-ins accepted. For more information, call 703-792-8330. Potomac Library, 2201 Opitz Blvd., Woodbridge. Free. What Made George Washington Tick: 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. For adults. Professor Peter Henriques will discuss what motivated George Washington to become the most important Founding Father. Masks required. Registration required; call 703-792-8360. Central Library, 8601 Mathis Ave., Manassas. Free.

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GAINESVILLE PLAYS FIRST BOYS HOOPS GAME

In its first game in program history, the Gainesville High boys varsity basketball team debuted with a competitive 40-35 loss to Gar-Field. Sophomore guard Phoenix Shahateet led the Cardinals with 17 points and 14 rebounds. Daunte Williams paced Gar-Field with 16 points.

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COLGAN, WOODBRIDGE, FOREST PARK VIE FOR CARDINAL CROWN, REVAMPED OSBOURN PARK LOOKS DANGEROUS Brentsville hopes to maintain Northwestern dominance and return to states By Jason S. Rufner Special to the Times

And they’re off. Fifteen Prince William County public schools girls basketball programs began games this week with plenty of fireworks in store over the next three months. High aspirations abound at

Brentsville, Patriot, Colgan, and Forest Park as all four look to repeat deep postseason runs. Woodbridge, Battlefield, Osbourn, and first-year Gainesville have new head coaches, while Osbourn Park is coming off a run to the state championship game. The Prince William Times previews the season:

CEDAR RUN DISTRICT OSBOURN EAGLES -Coach: Quynh Nguyen (1st year) -Last season: 1-10 -Expected contributors: Fantasia Payne, Amiyana Williams, Esther Nantume, Kayli West -Web: OsbournAthletics.org -Twitter: @OsbournGBB -What’s up? Quynh Nguyen takes over the same Osbourn program she played for, before playing collegiately at the University of Tampa. She served as an assistant coach at Osbourn for four years, then coached at Liberty High in Bealeton for six, including three at the helm. Now Nguyen returns to her alma mater as head coach. “The preseason went well. Lots of consistency from our players,” she said. “Our returners have stepped up into leadership roles.” Though not related by family, senior point guard Fantasia Payne and junior forward Kymora Payne work well together on the court. Junior Amiyana Williams has been an all-district performer since her freshman year. Senior forward Kayli West is the primary rebounder, while freshman guard Esther Nantume “will make an immediate impact,” Nguyen said.

PHOTO BY PIERRE CANNON

Amiyana Williams (left) and the Osbourn Eagles are excited to be playing for new coach and former Osbourn star Quynh Nguyen, who previously coached at Liberty.

BATTLEFIELD BOBCATS

GAINESVILLE CARDINALS

-Coach: Kelly Cordle (1st year) -Last season: 5-6 -Expected contributors: Reese Burch, Sophia Miller, Elyssia Brown -Web: BobcatsPride.org -Twitter: @Bobcats_GBBall -What’s up? After 12 years as an assistant coach in both the girls and boys programs at Battlefield, It’s Kelly Cordle’s first season at the helm of the varsity. The Bobcats are giving Cordle plenty to work with. Sofia Miller is a scorer and shot-blocker. Elyssia Brown brings experience and stability. Senior Reese Burch is back after being named all-Cedar Run last season. Cordle has head coaching experience with the boys freshman and girls JV campaigns. “We believe defense wins championships and we’re hoping to instill that in our players,” Cordle said.

-Coach: Dan Nemerow (1st year) -Expected contributors: Madison McKenzie, Ella Nhek, Becca St. Germain -Web: GainesvilleCardinals.com -Twitter: @GHS_Cardinals -What’s up? Even though Gainesville is a firstyear school and Dan Nemerow has zero seniors and three juniors in his entire program, there’s reason for early optimism. The Cardinals went 4-3 in preseason competition against mainly Class 6A schools in Fairfax County. Sophomore guard Madison McKenzie is already shining, as her scoring ability is attracting attention from college coaches. At 6-foot and athletic, junior forward Becca St. Germain is a top rebounder. Sophomore Ella Nhek “has a flare offensively that will be fun to watch,” Nemerow said. A pair of freshmen, Alexis Dietterick and coach’s daughter Michaela Nemerow, are on Gainesville’s varsity.

PHOTO COURTESY OF DAN NEMEROW

Gainesville coach Dan Nemerow expects his Cardinals to be competitive in the program’s first year, citing their 4-3 record in preseason. “Our first basketball workout was the second day of school,” Nemerow said. “Despite that, we’ve had a productive preseason.”

OSBOURN PARK YELLOW JACKETS -Coach: Chrissy Kelly (5th year) -Last season: 15-2 (state runners-up) -Expected contributors: Hailey Kellogg, Alana Powell, Kori Cole -Web: OPJackets.org -Twitter: @GirlsPark -What’s up? The Jackets won the Cedar Run District and Region B titles last season, and came

within six points of a state championship. But, as often happens in high school sports, it’s time to build it up again. “We lost 99% of scoring and experience, so it really opens the door for anyone to establish themselves,” coach Chrissy Kelly said. Osbourn Park boasts an emerging core of leaders including senior point guard, junior guard

Alana Powell, and junior forward Kori Cole. Alex Brown and Julia Matthews could be impact freshmen. With a revamped roster, the OP coach is making individual and team growth a measurement of success. “At the end of the day, seeing these young women believe in themselves and each other is the sole focus,” Kelly said. See BASKETBALL, page 17


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Battlefield to duel defending champ Oscar Smith in Class 6 semis; thrilling last second win leads Brentsville over Meridian By Jason S. Rufner

Jackson’s breakaway TD propels Tigers

Special to the Times

This Saturday, it’s PWC versus the 757 area code in the VHSL football semifinals. Riding the high of a last-second win to claim the Class 3 Region B title, the Brentsville Tigers (11-2) head to Hampton to take on Phoebus (12-1) in Darling Stadium on Saturday at 2 p.m. At the same time, across the water in Chesapeake, unbeaten Battlefield (13-0) goes against defending Class 6A champ Oscar Smith (11-1). Both led by first-year head coaches, the Bobcats and Tigers have already claimed regional crowns. Brentsville hadn’t won regions and made the state semis since 2016; Battlefield’s last region title and final-four appearance was in 2011 when the Bobcats lost to eventual state champion Oscar Smith in the state semis. Even though he’s in his first year at Battlefield, Greg Hatfield is a veteran head coach who’s led three previous schools into the VHSL playoffs, including eight times while he helmed Eastern View. So he knew the challenge presented by Freedom in the Region B final.

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An amazing touchdown by Bryce Jackson (No. 2) helped Brentsville (11-2) down Meridian 13-7 for the Class 3 Region B title and set up Saturday’s state semifinal at Phoebus (11-2). “They have set the standard for a long time in this region,” Hatfield said. “We know you have to play a great game to be able to compete with them.” The Bobcats got a total team effort in grinding out a 24-7 win over the Eagles and their potent offense.

CLASS 6 SEMIFINAL PAIRINGS

Battlefield (13-0) at Oscar Smith (11-1), Saturday, 2 p.m. South County (11-2) at James Madison (12-1), Saturday, 1 p.m.

CLASS 3 SEMIFINAL PAIRINGS

Brentsville (11-2) at Phoebus (12-1), Saturday, 2 p.m. Abingdon (12-1) at Liberty Christian (12-0), Saturday, 2 p.m. BASKETBALL, from page 16

PHOTO COURTESY OF ANTOINETTE WADSWORTH

Ella Negron (No. 32), Sydnee Smith (No. 4) and Addysn Banks (No. 12) headline Patriot’s talented squad. The Pioneers made the region semis last season.

PATRIOT PIONEERS -Coach: Antoinette Wadsworth (7th year) -Last season: 10-5 (region semis) -Expected contributors: Ella Negron, Sydnee Smith, Addisyn Banks, Emily Casey -Web: PatriotPioneers.org -Twitter: @PatriotpatioPioneers -What’s up? Young but talented are the Pioneers, led by forward Ella Negron, a second-team alldistrict performer last season. Versatile juniors Addisyn Banks and Sydnee Smith will be counted upon, too, piloted by junior point guard Emily Casey. “They are familiar with each other’s play, and are pretty in sync with each other and willing to share the ball,” coach Antoinette Wadsworth said. Staying disciplined will help take care of Patriot’s success this year, Wadsworth said. “You can always expect a fundamentally sound team approach with a few surprises along the way!”

Hatfield said his team – with 11 firstteam and five second-team All-Cedar Run honorees – played better as the game went on. Battlefield is trying for its second state football title after winning in 2010. Oscar Smith trounced Western Branch in the Region A final. “We have to play our game,” Hatfield said. “Oscar Smith is a great team and they have an incredible high school football environment down there. We just have to stay focused on our team and play one play at a time.”

With six seconds left in a tense Class 3 Region B football final, sophomore quarterback Caleb Alexander winged a short pass to senior running back Bryce Jackson. Jackson was a long way from the end zone with not much time left in the showdown game against Meridian in Falls Church. Jackson caught it, cut twice to the right and once to the left to evade pursuers, and outraced the rest to the end zone for a 51-yard score as the Tigers pulled off a shocker, 13-7. A pile of jubilant Tigers amassed on their rivals’ field. “I would describe it as a wild moment,” head coach Loren White said. “You’re there just watching it all unfold and all you see is the referee put up his hands for the touchdown.” The Tigers’ season is dedicated to Ryland Harris, a Brentsville student-athlete who succumbed to brain cancer in September. The season continues into the state semis versus Phoebus. “We need to come out doing exactly what has gotten us to this game,” said White, whose roster features 11 first-team and seven second-team All-Northwestern District picks. “Stay true to ourselves and we will be just fine.”

UNITY REED LIONS -Coach: Anthony Diggs (5th year) -Expected contributors: Sydney Misenko, Raechal Rivers, Cheyenne Sweeney, Amanie Bonchu-Stokes -Web: URLionsAthletics.com -Twitter: @URHSAthletics -What’s up? Coach Anthony Diggs and top assistant Denard Robinson have a rebuilding job on their hands, but they have plenty to work with. Senior guard Amanie Bonchu-Stokes transferred back to Unity Reed after previously transferring to a private school. She’s getting college offers. Sophomore guards Sydney Misenko, an all-district honorable mention pick, and Raechal Rivers are back after seeing significant minutes as freshmen. Cheyenne Sweeney figures to make an impact as a freshman guard. Unity Reed didn’t win a game during the preseason, but “we only lost by 2 or 3 points and

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Unity Reed coach Anthony Diggs has some strong players as the Lions bid to make waves in the Cedar Run District. even went into OT in one game,” Diggs said. With close contests under their belt, the Lions look to build upon that intensity, the coach indicated.

NORTHWESTERN DISTRICT BRENTSVILLE TIGERS -Coach: Eugene Baltimore (13th year) -Last season: 6-4 (region semis) -Expected contributors: Alden Yergey, Cara Vollmer, Liz Rice -Web: BrentsvilleDistrictVA.rschoolteams.com -Twitter: @BDHSTigersGBB -What’s up? It’s been a nice three-year run for the Tigers, who made the state tournament in two straight campaigns before making the region semifinals last season. Veteran coach Eugene Baltimore has all-district first-teamer Alden Yergey and second-teamer Cara Vollmer returning as juniors, joined by a pair of promising freshmen, Macie Mayes and Brooke Lynn Miller. Liz Rice is a force getting rebounds. “We have a scrappy team, and we must be that way to compete with the lack of height that we have,” Baltimore said. “The most important thing is to have fun.” See BASKETBALL, page 18


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BASKETBALL, from page 17

MANASSAS PARK COUGARS -Coach: John King (5th year) -Expected contributors: Nina Lanier, Jennifer Segovia, DaNayah Culbertson -Web: MParkSports.com -Twitter: @MPGBB -What’s up? With 37 years as a basketball coach, John King has seen a lot. Now he’s seeing a court full of players return after sitting out a season due to a pandemic. Leading scorer Nina Lanier returns, bringing her 9.0 average with her.

Fellow senior Zaina Aburjai and her sister Jeanna, also a guard, return as well. Jennifer Segovia and Joanna Rodriguez are back, while freshman DaNayah Culbertson figures to start at point guard. With essentially a new team on the floor, King said his staff has done plenty of teaching. “We are not a very tall team, but a scrappy bunch of young ladies,” he said. “Team defense and creating turnovers to get easy baskets will be key to our success.”

CARDINAL DISTRICT COLGAN SHARKS

PHOTO COURTESY OF FRED MILBERT

Senior guards Peyton Ray (No. 4) and Najah Perryman (No. 5) make Colgan a serious threat to win the Cardinal District.

-Coach: Fred Milbert (6th year) -Last season: 13-3 (region runners-up) -Expected contributors: Najah Perryman, Kristina McWhinney, Peyton Ray -Web: ColganSharkAthletics.org -Twitter: @ColganGirlsBB -What’s up? A one-point loss to Osbourn Park is all that kept Colgan from making states last season. Veteran head coach Fred Milbert expects this year’s edition to go at least as far. Senior guards Najah Perryman and Peyton Ray, both All-Cardinal District picks, fill up Colgan’s stat

sheet. Perryman, a first-team selection, averaged 8.3 points per game last season to go with 1.5 assists and 1.4 steals. Ray is a deep-ball threat, hitting 40% of 3-point attempts. Junior guard AJ Jones transfers in to provide a dose of energy. Kristina McWhinney, who started as a freshman, returns after missing a season due to ankle surgery. “Fun team with great personalities,” said Milbert, entering his 21st season as a high school head coach. “Exciting to watch [them] work and enjoy playing the game.”

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-Coach: Michael Myles (4th year) -Expected contributors: Elizabeth Eckman, Olivia Hamlin, Andrea Countiss -Web: GarFieldAthletics.org -Twitter: @GFHSGirlsBBall -What’s up? After not playing last season due to lack of players, the Red Wolves are back with a young, promising team. Gar-Field is led by junior Jada Jackson, “a true point guard,” said head coach Michael Myles. Slashing junior forward Elizabeth Eckman is back for her third year as a starter. Transfer Olivia Hamlin is a versatile sophomore who can play forward or center “and put up 15 unnoticed points.” Junior Andrea Countiss is being counted upon as a rebounder. “The girls are more determined to compete than in years past,” Myles said. “We are expecting great things from this young team.”

FREEDOM EAGLES -Coach: Darryl Overton (3rd year) -Last season: 4-12 -Expected contributors: Kelani Johnson, Kehlna Johnson, Kanneah Deguzman -Web: FreedomHSVA.rschoolteams. com -Twitter: @FreedomHS_PWCS -What’s up? There’s a lot of newness on the Freedom Eagles this season. Twins Kelani and Kehlna Johnson are athletic freshmen who figure to make immediate impacts, while Melinda Boating and Nadia Prater are both growing into roles as post players, head coach Darryl Overton said. Scoring guard Kanneah Deguzman is one of the only returners. She has star potential, Overton said. “We’re a young team, only one sophomore and one senior. The rest are freshmen,” the coach said. With a new-look roster following a COVID-shortened season, Overton looks to compete for the top of the Cardinal District. See BASKETBALL, page 19


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counter space, this kitchen was designed to entertain. A mud room off the kitchen leads to the garage and a “doggy” room designed to bathe four-legged friends. The primary bedroom suite has a huge walk-in closet and a large primary bathroom with soaking tub. Nearly every room on the main level has a bay window, bringing in natural light. Upstairs there is a large bonus room with built-in bookcases and hardwood floors; the room is perfect for an in-home office or a great bedroom. Two other bedrooms share a full bathroom. The lower level has a massive recreation room and newly finished bedroom and full bath. The current owners invested in highspeed Internet and the property is now served by Xfinity. The sale price is $1,295,000. For additional information, please contact Becky Miller with Piedmont Fine Properties at (540) 347-5277. Becky Miller, Realtor/Owner Piedmont Fine Properties becky@pfp.email (703) 395-9824 cell (540) 347-5277 office

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FOREST PARK BRUINS -Coach: Chris Baynham (4th year) -Last season: 10-3 (region 2nd round) -Expected contributors: Angel Jones, Bella Gomez, Johnae Young, Trinity Galindo -Web: ForestParkHS. rschoolteams.com -Twitter: @ForestParkGBB -What’s up? The Bruins made it into the second round of regionals last season before bowing out to Osbourn Park. This season Chris Baynham thinks Forest Park has the depth to make a deeper postseason run. Senior point guard Angel Jones is back after making first-team allregion last year. Six-foot-3 center Lydia Pedersen, an all-district second-teamer, is expected when her knee injury heals. Incoming transfers Trinity Galindo and Ayanna Ancrum are expected to make impacts, as could sophomores Brianna Shelton and D’Shawnee Hollins and freshman Mickaela Paraiso Daguiso. A tough non-conference schedule, including high-profile tournaments in Richmond, Portsmouth and elsewhere, sets the Bruins’ pace. “We hope we’re able to put it all together and go on a postseason run,” Baynham said.

HYLTON BULLDOGS -Coach: Donald Grimes (3rd year) -Expected contributors: Trinity Mizelle, Farrah Abdallah, Amaya Thrash, Kennedy Biggs -Web: HyltonHS.pwcs.edu/our_school/student_activities/athletics -Twitter: @HyltonAthletics -What’s up? Coming off a one-win season last year, Hylton and head coach Donald Grimes are in search of improved execution. “Success is defined as individual and team effort,” Grimes said. “Playing smart and hard, sprinting the floor, and competing on the defensive.” Trusting the offense to create shots is another key, Grimes said. For that, he’ll turn to senior shooting guard Trinity Mizelle, who led the Bulldogs in points (nine) and steals (three) per game last year. Mizelle is an All-Cardinal District second-teamer, as is sophomore guard Amaya Thrash, who also averaged nine points per outing. Thrash’s sister Aaliyah, a freshman, is expected to take on a significant role. Grimes said he’s looking for offensive contributions from junior guard Farrah Abdallah, and that sophomore Kennedy Biggs is growing into a defensive leader.

POTOMAC PANTHERS

WOODBRIDGE VIKINGS

-Coach: Shanice Fuller (4th year) -Last season: 5-4 (region quarters) -Expected contributors: Natayvia Lipscomb, Lajayla Lipscomb, Olivia Wright -Web: PotomacAthletics.net -Twitter: @PotomacSports -What’s up? Three freshmen and an incoming transfer will make their impact on the Panthers, said coach Shanice Fuller, joining a triumvirate of established players. All-district senior guard Natayvia Lipscomb returns, as do juniors Lajayla Lipscomb and Olivia Wright, who “can take us to that next level,” Fuller said. To help those three run Fuller’s uptempo style, freshmen Olivea Puller, Trinity Riley, and Taylor Allen figure to see minutes on varsity, as should sophomore Tiana Jackson, a transfer from Wakefield. “We have a new group of girls that are learning Potomac’s style of play,” Fuller said. “Success for us is competing every game!”

-Coach: Mark Hines (1st year) -Last season: 4-6 -Expected contributors: Amani Melendez, Mackenzie Burke, Reina Washington, Tytianah Smith -Web: WoodbridgeHS.rschoolteams.com -Twitter: @WSHSGirlsBB -What’s up? High off-season attendance for early-morning workouts has Mark Hines encouraged. He’s in his first year as a head coach after serving on the staff of the Battlefield boys program. “We have a very diverse group. Several girls that can do multiple things,” Hines said. “Our game will change game-to-game because of this diversity.” The Vikings are senior-laden, led by captain and all-district point guard Amani Melendez, who averaged 20.4 points per game last season. Senior Mackenzie Burke put in 14 points per contest last year while playing guard and forward. Incoming junior transfer Tytianah Smith, a 5-foot-10 center, and senior guard Reina Washington, a “top-5 player in the region” according to Hines, will make their impacts. With precocious freshman guards like Elaine Wilkins and Maya Pitts, the new coach believes his team has state-playoff potential. “I believe we have the best senior group in the region led by arguably the best player in the region,” Hines said.


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OBITUARIES Nannie C. Poe Nannie C. Poe, 86 of Hume, Virginia passed away peacefully on November 28th, 2021, after a short time at Commonwealth Senior Living in Front Royal, VA. She was born on June 25th,1935 in Huntly, VA to the late James Edgar Cameron and Mary Annie North Cameron. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband of 51 years, Roger W. Poe, her sisters, Mary Ann Spiker, Dorothy Beaty, and Martha Williams, and her brothers, Earl Cameron, Basil Cameron, Thurmon Cameron and William Cameron. She was a member of Hume Baptist Church. She worked all her life, her favorite position being her time at the Fauquier Sherriff’s Office. She also enjoyed her time at the Fauquier Livestock Exchange and Marshall Feed Supply. She loved looking after her boys by baking homemade pies and cakes. She is survived by her loving son, Ross Poe, and her daughter, Clydetta Talbot. She will also be deeply missed by her daughter-in-law, Trish Poe, her son in law, Jeff Talbot, her nephew, Lynn Cameron, and his wife, Mary Ellen. A graveside service will be held on Saturday, December 4, 2021, in Leeds Cemetery at 4648 Leeds Manor Rd., Markham, VA 22643, starting at 2:00 pm. Memorial contributions may be made to Hume Baptist Church, PO Box 7 Hume VA 22639 Online condolences may be made at www.moserfuneralhome.com.

David Hawley Sutherland David Hawley Sutherland, 85, son of Dave and Gladys Sutherland, died peacefully in his home on Saturday, November 27, 2021, after a 12-year long battle with Alzheimer’s. He is survived by his wife, Sue Sutherland and their three children, John Sutherland (Heather), Kim Talian (Neil and Steve Sutherland (Tamee). He is survived by ten grandchildren: Madison, Delaney, Jack, Liam, Hudson, Sean, Jill, Kassee, Bennett and Kellen. He is also survived by a great granddaughter, Magdalene Crum. His identical twin brother, George, predeceased him, and died from Alzheimer’s. Surviving them both are their two sisters, Jane Sutherland of Mechanicsville, VA and Carolyn Norgren of Earlysville, VA. Dave lived his first 22 years at LeBaron Farm, now named Canterbury Estates, on the Springs Road in Warrenton. He and George helped their dad with hay baling and caring for Angus cattle and sheep. They were both active in 4-H at Warrenton High School and played football and baseball. Dave and his twin brother served two of their three years in the Army at an air base in Echterdingen, Germany. Both men had trained in electronics in Army schools and in Germany they fixed radios and directional finding systems in planes brought to them from all over Europe. Following the Army, Dave worked for C&P Telephone Co. for 38 years in the central office in Leesburg and in Warrenton in communications and microwave radio while his brother went into management in Richmond. Dave retired and went to work as a consultant to V.D.O.T. in Fairfax, VA for 11 years regulating the timing of stoplights in several counties. He retired at age 73. His brother eventually joined him there in Fairfax and assisted in that work. Dave grew up attending the Warrenton Baptist Church. Later he joined the Warrenton United Methodist Church with his wife Sue and was a faithful member. He was also an active member of the Warrenton Ruritan Club for many years. In addition to his regular job, Dave had a TV repair shop in his home and installed satellite systems in homes. He had a good work ethic and was committed to helping people, especially the elderly. His children respected and loved him. He will be missed by them and by many other people whose lives he touched. There will be a service of remembrance at the Warrenton United Methodist Church on Friday, Dec. 3rd at 1:30 p.m. with a reception following in the fellowship hall downstairs. Wearing a mask is mandatory if you plan to attend at the church and at the reception. Burial at the Warrenton Cemetery will be private. Memorial contributions may be made to the Warrenton United Methodist Church, 341 Church Street, Warrenton, VA, 20186. Online condolences may be expressed at www.moserfuneralhome. com.

Patricia Garneau Sampsell Pat Sampsell, 85, passed away on November 26, 2021 at her home in Warrenton, Virginia after a short battle with lung cancer. She had been in remission for five years after beating Lymphoma. Pat was predeceased by her parents, John and Catherine Curtin Garneau, her brothers Lee and Tommy and sister-in-law Connie Garneau. She was born on July 8, 1936 in Washington, D.C., the first of ten children. Pat is survived by her husband of 65 years, Walter Carlisle “Hap” Sampsell, Jr., her children Walter III (Paula), Glen, Wade (Michelle), Elaine (Kenny) Payne and Michelle (Bubba) Brown, her grandchildren Walter Sampsell IV (Karen), Joe Sampsell (Jen), Brooke Brown, Bennett Payne, Miranda Payne, Rachel Brown and Alyssa Sampsell and great-grandchildren Charlene, Ella, Abbey, Walter V and Lucy Sampsell; her sisters Peggy Smith of New Market, Paula Asselin of Rixeyville, Kathy (Frank) Cooper of Great Falls, Mary Ann (Phillip) of Amissville; brothers Jerry of Midland, Donny (Rosemary) of Fairfax, Michael (Sue) of Kingsland, GA, sister-inlaws Betty Garneau of Falls Church and Judy Rusis of Fredericksburg and many nieces and nephews. Pat and Hap met on a blind date and were married in 1956 at the Cathedral of St. Thomas More in Arlington, Virginia. They complimented each other and were an example to others for a happy marriage. They moved their family from Falls Church to Marshall, VA in 1976. Pat retired from Suntrust Bank as a customer service representative and was an active, devoted parishioner of St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church. She loved being surrounded by family and friends, reading and enjoying nature. Memorial contributions may be made to Capital Caring Health, Philanthropy, 3180 Fairview Park Dr. Suite 500, Falls Church, VA 22042 or the Society of St. Vincent de Paul 271 Winchester St. Warrenton, VA 20186. The family received friends from 4-7 pm on Wednesday, Dec. 1st at Moser Funeral Home in Warrenton. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11 am on Thursday, Dec 2nd at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church 271 Winchester St., Warrenton, Virginia followed by a burial at Bright View Cemetery, 8265 Lunsford Rd, Warrenton, VA. The family would like to thank Dr. Bill Simpson, Dr. Robert Marsh, Horizon Home Health and Capital Caring Health for the kindness they gave Pat. Online condolences may be expressed at www.moserfuneralhome. com.

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OBITUARIES Alfred J. Myer “Fred” Alfred Joseph Myer, 88, of Tappahannock, Virginia, formerly of Berryville, Virginia, died Sunday, November 21, 2021 at his home. Mr. Myer was born January 6, 1933 in Egremont, Massachusetts, son of the late Joseph Myer and Anna Katherina Buelles Myer. He served in the US Army 1952-1954, a Corporal in the 29th Engineer Battalion Cavite and in the Philippines. He married Paula Marvin on June 6, 1959 in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania. He managed Westfield Farm 1969-1991; owned/operated Blackline Farm and Video Graphic Services from 1991-2014. He and his wife retired and moved to Tappahannock, VA in 2016. He was a member of Christ Church, Millwood, VA and St. Johns Episcopal Church, Tappahannock, VA; American Legion Post 41, Berryville, VA, and the VA Cattlemen’s Association He supported the Virginia Point to Point Association, Virginia and National Steeplechase Associations with video replay for race officials. Surviving with his wife are two sons, Kevin Myer, wife Jamie of Houston, TX and Philip Myer, wife Sharon of Supply, NC; brother Eric Myer, wife Martha; sisters Trudy Lee and Faith Weathington; eleven nieces, ten nephews, four grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by sisters Grace Wolfe and Ann Kingsbury Family will receive friends from 6:00 to 8:00 pm on Thursday, December 2, 2021 at Enders & Shirley Funeral Home, Berryville, VA. A memorial service will be held at Christ Episcopal Church in Millwood, VA at 10:00 am on Friday, December 3, 2021 with the Rev. Robert Banse officiating. Burial will be in Old Chapel Cemetery, Boyce, VA at a later date. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Steeplechase Injured Jockey’s Fund, Inc. POB 270, Northville, NY 12134; the Tappahannock Essex County Animal Shelter, POB 1079, Tappahannock, VA 22560; St. Johns Episcopal Church Building Fund, POB 336, Tappahannock, VA 22560. To view the obituary and send condolences online, please visit www.endersandshirely.com.

Frederick Joseph Lozon Frederick Joseph Lozon, 77, passed away peacefully at his home in Bealeton, VA on November 21, 2021. He was born June 19, 1944 in Detroit, MI to the late Carl F. Lozon II and Mary Frances Longo Lozon. He is survived by his daughter Heather Dodge (Douglas), his brother Carl F. Lozon III (Marilyn), sisters Carol Jean Poulin and Constance Munro, significant other Julie Howard, former wife and Heather’s mother Barbara “Bobbie” Fagga, very special close friends Joe & Sunday Arnold and Sue & Adel Wahdan, as well as many beloved nieces, nephews and cousins. In addition to his parents, he is predeceased by his sister Yvonne Poulin. If cats have 9 lives, then Fred had at least 12 and lived every one of them to the absolute fullest. He was happiest building motorcycles in his dining room, dismantling and rebuilding all manner of vehicles in his garage, at the racetrack with friends, on runs with his brothers in the Superhogs Motorcycle Club, and regaling anyone who would listen with his crazy fun stories. At various points in his life he was an ironworker, a master welder and pipefitter, and race car builder. He was very proud of his ironwork on some of the country’s most iconic buildings such as the original World Trade Center in New York, John Hancock building in Chicago, several buildings in Baton Rouge, LA, and many landmarks in and around Burlington, VT to name just a few. Fred never met a stranger. He had friends from all walks of life, from senators and professors to fellow welders and “grease monkeys” (as he liked to call himself). He could sit at the counter in a diner and make an instant friend over a bottomless cup of coffee. He inspired and counseled many people to follow their passions and to live their lives to the fullest. Fred greeted the world with an open heart, generous spirit, insatiable curiosity, and broad smile. He is deeply missed by his family, friends, and all who had the good fortune to meet him. Celebrations of Fred’s life will be planned for Spring 2022 in both Virginia and Vermont. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), PO Box 277, Montpelier, VT 05601

Edward “Buster” Harrison Thomas Edward “Buster” Harrison Thomas, 71, of The Plains, Va. passed away November 19, 2021 at Dutch Haven Assisted Living in Maurertown, Va. Buster was a native of Fauquier County born April 30, 1950. He was preceded in death by his father Frederick H. Thomas and mother Margaret Thomas Shumaker. He is survived by his 2 sisters: Deborah Dunivan Perez, Diane Thomas Atwell (Don). Nephews: Jamey Tolson (Wilma), Ben Atwell (Kathleen) and Niece Caitlin Atwell. Buster was a Carpenter by trade in his early years and worked with his Good Friend Joe Beavers in the Tree Service business. He spent his days helping his Friends and Neighbors in the area with whatever was needed. He was also quite the Jokester/ Prankster and Loved his cats and the Washington Redskins! Graveside services were November 30 at Marshall, Va Cemetery at 11 am with Pastor Kurt Bowman officiating. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to The Plains Volunteer Fire Company 4260 Loudoun Ave., The Plains, Va. 20198. Royston Funeral Home in Marshall, Va. is serving the family.


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OBITUARIES Sonija L. Buchanan Sonija L. Buchanan, age 76, died on Saturday, November 27, 2021 at her home residence in Warrenton, Virginia. She was born in Santa Rosa, California to Everett and Shirley (Lynd) Smith. Sonija is retired from the U.S. Department of Defense where she served as a Program Analyst and Procurement Agent for more 25 years. She had an adventurous spirit, enjoying both domestic and international travel to diverse locations. Her athletic accomplishments were significant, including racing in the Boston Marathon, completing several 100+ mile bike tours, and competing in triathlons. Sonija’s greatest love, however, was for her canine companions that she surrounded herself with—particularly small terriers and miniature schnauzers. She is survived by her two sons, Greg and Stephen, and her four siblings: Yvonne, Kathleen, Gary, and Paula. A graveside Memorial Service will be held on Friday (2:00 pm), December 3rd at the Stonewall Memory Garden’s Cemetery in Manassas, Virginia. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made in her name to the Fauquier SPCA located at 9350 Rogues Rd, Midland, VA 22728, phone number (540) 788-9000. Online condolences may be given at www.moserfuneralhome.com

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Allen Anthony Baltimore, 63, of Front Royal, VA, passed November 16, 2021. Funeral services were held on Tuesday, November 23, 2021, 12:00 pm, at Mt. Vernon Baptist Church, 240 Church Street, Front Royal, VA, 22630. Online condolences can be given at www.joynesfuneralhome.com

Gregory Thomas Whitt, 51, of Waldorf, MD, passed November 10, 2021. Funeral services were held on Monday, November 22, 2021, 1:00 pm, at Faith Christian Church, 6472 Duhollow Road, Warrenton, VA, 20187. Online condolences can be given at www.joynesfuneralhome.com

Betty J. Ross Betty J. Ross, 88 of Warrenton, VA passed away on Nov. 20, 2021 at Blue Ridge Christian Home, Bealeton. She was born on September 20, 1933 in Warrenton, a daughter of the late James H. James and Eleanor Riley James McWilliams. She was preceded in death by her husband, J. Ralph Ross. Betty was a longtime accountant in Warrenton and member of Warrenton Baptist Church. She is survived by her brother-in-law, Ronald Dean Ross of Warrenton; three nieces and one nephew. Friends called on Monday Nov. 29 from 4-6 PM at Moser Funeral Home, Warrenton where funeral services were held on Tuesday, Nov. 30 at 11:00 AM. Interment followed at Warrenton Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to Warrenton Baptist Church, 123 Main Street, Warrenton, VA 20186. Online condolences may be made at www.moserfuneralhome.com.

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Legal Notices ABC Licenses Full name(s) of owner(s): FATTYS TAPHOUSE3 INC Trading as: FATTYS TAPHOUSE ON THE RIVER 1510 Cherry Hill Rd., Dumfries, PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY, VIRGINIA, 22026-2939 The above establishment is applying to the VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL for a Wine and Beer On and Off Premimses and Mixed Beverage license to sell or manufacture alcoholic Sang Ahn, 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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ABC Licenses Full name(s) of owner(s): MI TIERRA DELI WOODBRIDGE INC Trading as: MI TIERRA DELI WOODBRIDGE 14120 Jefferson Davis Hwy., Woodbridge, PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY, VIRGINIA, 22191-2106 The above establishment is applying to the VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL for a Beer on premises license to sell or manufacture alcoholic Abner Najarro, President 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.

ABC Licenses Full name(s) of owner(s): Five14, LLC Trading as: Five14 Wine and Paint Bar Art Studio 3928 Lansing Ct., Dumfries, PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY, VIRGINIA, 22026 The above establishment is applying to the VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL for a Restaurant Beer and Wine On Premises License Premises license to sell or manufacture alcoholic Ashley Frazier, 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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BOARD CHAMBER, 1 COUNTY COMPLEX CT PRINCE WILLIAM, VA 22192 PLANNING COMMISSION PUBLIC HEARING December 15, 2021 7:00 PM 1. Rezoning #REZ2021-00016, Broad Run Industrial Park 1A: To rezone ±2.43 acres from M-2, Light Industrial, to M/T, Industrial/Transportation. The subject property is located on the north side of Industrial Rd., ±2,000 ft. west of its intersection with Hornbaker Rd, and is identified on County maps as GPIN 7595-69-2101. The site is designated EI, Industrial Employment, in the Comprehensive Plan; and is located within the Data Center Opportunity Overlay District and the Airport Safety Overlay District. Brentsville Magisterial District 2. Proffer Amendment #REZ2020-00009, Neabsco Center: To amend the proffers associated with #REZ1990-0070 to remove the ±100,000 SF retail shopping center building on the eastern portion of the property, amend the overall layout, and to allow the development of a ±7,400 SF building on the remaining third pad site (Lot 31A 2). The ±8.08-acre subject property is located in the northeast quadrant of the Jefferson Davis Hwy. (Rt. 1) and Neabsco Rd. intersection, is currently addressed 15807 Jefferson Davis Hwy., and is identified on County maps as GPIN 8290-87-9418. The site is zoned B-1, General Business; is designated NC, Neighborhood Commercial, in the Comprehensive Plan; and is located within the Route 1 Highway Corridor Overlay District, Potomac Communities Revitalization Plan special planning area, and Neabsco Mills Study Area. Woodbridge Magisterial District 3. Rezoning #REZ2021-00018, Hudson Limited Partnership: To rezone ±8.5104 acres from A-1, Agricultural, and M-2, Light Industrial, to M-2, Light Industrial, to allow a distribution and fulfillment center over 80,000 square feet, with associated waivers and modifications. The subject property is located along the north side of Wellington Rd., at the intersection of Freedom Center Blvd. and Wellington Rd., and is identified on County maps as GPINs 7696-32-8070 and 7696-42-2354. The site is designated Technology/Flex as part of the Innovation Park Small Area Plan in the Comprehensive Plan; and is located within the Data Center Opportunity Overlay, Technology Overlay, and the Airport Safety Overlay Districts. Brentsville Magisterial District 4. Rezoning #REZ2016-00028, Utterback Rezoning: To rezone ±81.6 acres from A-1, Agricultural, to PMR, Planned Mixed Residential, to allow up to 237 single-family detached residential units, and with associated waivers and modifications. The subject property is located south of Lightner Rd., along both sides of Omland Pl., and at the northeastern terminus of Utterback Ln. The site is identified on County maps as the following GPINs: 7398-06-7859; 7398-06-8298; 7398-16-0866; 7398-16-3682; 7398-16-7933; 7398-16-8778; 7398-17-0335; 7398-17-1471; 7398-17-5727; 7398-17-7298; 7398-17-7559; 7398-17-7989; 7398-18-2402; 7398-18-4032; 7398-18-6330; 7398-18-8728; 7398-27-0026; 7398-27-0588; 7398-27-2919; and 7398-27-3346. The site is designated SRL, Suburban Residential Low, in the Comprehensive Plan and is located within the Airport Safety Overlay District. Gainesville Magisterial District 5. Rezoning #REZ2018-00026, Independent Hill Village: To rezone ±69 acres from A-1, Agricultural, to PMR, Planned Mixed Residential, to allow for 210 residential units and 219,000 square feet of commercial and office development and associated waivers and modifications. The subject property is located in the southeast quadrant of the Dumfries Rd and Independent Hill Dr intersection; is identified on County maps as GPINs 7891-58-0258, 7891-57-4046, 7891-66-4792, 7891-58-2105, 7891-48-7715, 7891-57-9552, 7891-57-9961, 7891-66-3247, 7891-66-3050, 7891-77-2095; is designated SRL, Suburban Residential Low, CMU, Community Mixed-Use, ER, Environmental Resource, NC, Neighborhood Commercial, and PFO, Public Facility Office, in the Comprehensive Plan; and is located within the Independent Hill Small Area Plan. The site is located within the Domestic Fowl Overlay District, Data Center Opportunity Overlay District, and is also partially located in the Dumfries Road Highway Corridor Overlay District. Coles 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 12/8/21, or you can view reports @ www.pwcva.gov/pc, or contact us @ (703) 792-7615 or email us @ planning@pwcgov.org. For the full list of items scheduled for this agenda visit www.pwcva.gov/pc.

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE § 8.01-316 CASE# JJ152367-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J&DRJUVENILE ( ) General District County (X) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re MATUTE HERNANDEZ, ASHLEE S The object of this suit is to: DETERMINE CUSTODY AND MAKE FACTUAL FINDINGS RELEVANT TO SPECIAL IMMIGRANT JUVENILE STATUS It is ORDERED that (X) the defendant (X) ERLIN REYNEL MATUTE MELENDEZ appear at the abovenamed Court and protect his or her interests on or before 01/03/ 2022 11:00AM Evelyn Ruiz, Deputy Clerk

ORDER OF PUBLICATION Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE § 8.01-316 CASE# JJ152377-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J&DRJUVENILE ( ) General District County (X) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re REYES ALVARENGA, JHONY NOE The object of this suit is to: DETERMINE CUSTODY AND MAKE FACTUAL FINDINGS RELEVANT TO SPECIAL IMMIGRANT JUVENILE STATUS. It is ORDERED that (X) the defendant (X) ALMICAR NOE REYES CRUZ appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 01/10/2022 11:00AM Evelyn Ruiz, Deputy Clerk

ORDER OF PUBLICATION Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE § 8.01-316 CASE# JJ152370-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J&DRJUVENILE ( ) General District County (X) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re MARTINEZ AMAYA, FABIAN J The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN SOLE AND PHYSICAL CUSTODY OF MINOR CHILD, FABIAN JOSSUE MARTINEZ AMAYA It is ORDERED that (X) the defendant (X) ROGEL OTONIEL MARTINEZ FUNEZ appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 01/13/2022 10:00AM Evelyn Ruiz, Deputy Clerk

ORDER OF PUBLICATION Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE § 8.01-316 CASE# JJ152469-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J&DRJUVENILE ( ) General District County (X) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re FRANCO ZELAYA, ROSA DEL CARMEN The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN A DETERMINATION OF CUSTODY AND A FINDING OF ELIGIBILITY FOR SPECIAL IMMIGRAN JUVENILE STATUS It is ORDERED that (X) the defendant (X) EFRAIN LOBO appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 01/18/ 2022 10:00AM Laska Via, Deputy Clerk

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE § 8.01-316 CASE# JJ152460-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J&DRJUVENILE ( ) General District County (X) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re SANCHEZ HERNANDEZ, ARQUIMIDES The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY AND SPECIAL IMMIGRANT AND JUVENILE FINDINGS OF ARQUIMIDES LEONEL SANCHEZ HERNANDEZ It is ORDERED that (X) the defendant (X) WALTER MIGUEL SANCHEZ MENDEZ appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 01/07/2022 10:00AM Grace Custer, Deputy Clerk

ORDER OF PUBLICATION Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE § 8.01-316 CASE# JJ151860-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J&DRJUVENILE ( ) General District County (X) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re THOMAS, JEREMIAH The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN FULL CUSTODY OF JEREMIAH THOMAS It is ORDERED that (X) the defendant (X) JONATHAN THOMAS appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 01/12/ 2022 10:00AM Evelyn Ruiz, Deputy Clerk

ORDER OF PUBLICATION Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE § 8.01-316 CASE# JJ140309-01-01 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J&DRJUVENILE ( ) General District County (X) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re CARRETO HERNANDEZ, ISABELA R The object of this suit is to: MOTION TO AMEND CUSTODY ORDER OF ISABELA ROSAURA CARRETO HERNANDEZ It is ORDERED that (X) the defendant (X) MARIO CARLOS CARRETO GONZALEZ appear at the abovenamed Court and protect his or her interests on or before 01/14/ 2022 10:00AM Stephanie Wilson, Deputy Clerk

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE § 8.01-316 CASE# JJ152364-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J&DRJUVENILE ( ) General District County (X) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re MORENO QUIROZ, ANGELIZ The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF ANGELIZ MORENO QUIROZ. It is ORDERED that (X) the defendant (X) MORENO QUIROZ, JUNIOR appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 01/06/2022 10:00AM Joy Cole, Deputy Clerk

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE § 8.01-316 CASE# JJ152403-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J&DRJUVENILE ( ) General District County (X) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re GUARDADO PROTILLO, ALONSO The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF ALONSO GUARDADO PORTILLO It is ORDERED that (X) the defendant (X) GERMAN GUARDADO GUARDADO appear at the abovenamed Court and protect his or her interests on or before 01/18/ 2022 09:30AM Pilar Barrera, Deputy Clerk

Legal Notices ORDER OF PUBLICATION Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE § 8.01-316 CASE# JJ151475-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J&DRJUVENILE ( ) General District County (X) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re KHALILI, DAKOTA RIVER The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF DAKOTA RIVER KHALILI It is ORDERED that (X) the defendant (X) LAUREN V. KHALILI appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 12/09/ 2021 11:00AM Evelyn Ruiz, Deputy Clerk

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE § 8.01-316 CASE# JJ152487-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J&DRJUVENILE ( ) General District County (X) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re MARADIAGA HERRERA, LUIS A The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF LUIS ALESSANDRO MARADIAGA It is ORDERED that (X) the defendant (X) JENNY LILIANA HERRERA appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 01/10/2022 11:00AM Laska Via, Deputy Clerk

ORDER OF PUBLICATION Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE § 8.01-316 CASE# JJ152361-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J&DRJUVENILE ( ) General District County (X) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re DIAZ OCHOA, ANGEL The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF ANGEL FERNANDO DIAZ OCHOA It is ORDERED that (X) the defendant (X) LUIS FERNANDO DIAZ GARCIA appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 01/03/2022 10:00AM Stephanie Wilson, Deputy Clerk

NOTICE CITY COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARING CITY OF MANASSAS - CITY HALL COUNCIL CHAMBERS, FIRST FLOOR 9027 CENTER STREET Monday, December 13, 2021 - 5:30 P.M. Notice is hereby given that the City Council will conduct a public hearing on the following item(s). All interested parties are encouraged to present their views at this hearing. SUP #2021-0001 Prince William Islamic Center, 9002 Mathis Ave. To consider a special use permit for a Place of Assembly (50 or more persons) and to allow the expansion of the existing non-conforming use by adding 2,600 sq. ft. to the existing 8,893 sq. ft. structure located on the north side of Mathis Avenue between Carriage Lane and Reb Yank Drive. In addition to the building addition, the proposal includes parking and landscaping improvements. The property is ±1.75 acres, zoned B-4, General Commercial, and is located in the Mathis Character Area and Gateway/Corridor in the 2040 Comprehensive Plan. REZ #2021-0002 and SUP #2021-0003 Gas Station (Sudley Road Wawa) To rezone 1.51 acres from B-1 Business Office to B-4 General Commercial, with proffers and for a special use permit with associated waivers and modifications, both for the purpose of operating a gas station. The proposed development is located at 8704, 8708, 8712, 8714, and 8718 Sudley Road and 9600 and 9604 Champion Court. Additional modifications include a waiver to increase allowable parking from 25 spaces to 39 spaces and to relocate allowable canopy signage through a comprehensive sign plan. The proposed development is located in the Sudley Medical Character Area and is designated as a Gateway and Corridor in the 2040 Comprehensive Plan. SUP #2022-0005 Annaburg Historic Site and Park, 9201 Maple St. To consider a special use permit for a public facility and specifically a public park and historic site at the ±3.65 acres site owned by the City of Manassas and bounded by Mathis Avenue, Maple Street, and Porter Avenue. The proposed SUP would adopt the Annaburg Master Plan to guide future development of the historic site. The master plan can be found at www.manassasva.gov/annaburgplan. The property is zoned R-1, Low Density Single Family Residential and is located in the Downtown Character Area of the 2040 Comprehensive Plan. REZ #2021-0001 Van Metre Homes at Manassas and Brent Street and Bee Street Right-of-Way Vacation, 9708 Main St., 9600 – 9625 Brent St., and 9611 – 9737 Grant Ave. To rezone 17.49 acres from R-2-S, Single-Family Residential (Small Lots) to B-3.5, City Center Planned, with proffers for the purpose of developing 233 residential units. A 1.67-acre portion of the property is also within the Historic Overlay District (HOD) and is proposed to be dedicated to the City for public park purposes. The residential units are proposed to consist of 97 single-family attached dwelling units, 126 multi-family (back to back) units and 10 single family detached units. The property includes the demolition of the 20 existing singlefamily detached homes along Grant Ave. as well as development of the undeveloped property located between Grant Ave. and Main St. and along Brent St. and Bartow St. including the property at 9708 Main St., and 9600 – 9625 Brent St. A right of way vacation is also proposed for the undeveloped portion of Brent St. The proposed development is located in the Downtown Character Area and Gateway/Corridor in the 2040 Comprehensive Plan. The proposal also includes a vacation of 52,403 square feet of unimproved Brent St. and Bee St. public right-of-way, north of existing Bartow St. The rezoning, if approved, will construct a privately-owned street serving the development in this general location. This meeting is being held at 9027 Center St., in a public facility believed to be accessible to persons with disabilities. Any person with questions on the accessibility of the facility should contact the City Clerk at the above address or by telephone at 703/257-8280. Persons needing interpreter services for the deaf must notify the City Clerk no later than 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, December 9, 2021. A copy of the staff report will be available in the Community Development Office and online at www.manassascity.org after 3:00 p.m. on Friday, December 10, 2021. For additional information, contact the Community Development Office at 703/257-8223 or TTY 7-1-1. It took 6 YEARS to graduate. Find a job in about 6 MINUTES. Times Classified 347-4222

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE § 8.01-316 CASE# JJ152462-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J&DRJUVENILE ( ) General District County (X) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re AGUILAR DIAZ, JOSUE DANIEL The object of this suit is to: DETERMINE CUSTODY OF JOSUE DANIEL AGUILAR DIAZ It is ORDERED that (X) the defendant (X) SILVESTRE HERIBERTO AGUILAR appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 01/13/2022 10:00AM Laska Via, Deputy Clerk

ORDER OF PUBLICATION Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE § 8.01-316 CASE# JJ119460-02-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J&DRJUVENILE ( ) General District County (X) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re BELLOSO MORENO, MARIA The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF MARIA DEL CARMEN BELLOSO MORENO It is ORDERED that (X) the defendant (X) CRISTIAN BELLOSO AYALA appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 01/14/2022 10:00AM Stephanie Wilson, Deputy Clerk

ORDER OF PUBLICATION Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE § 8.01-316 CASE# JJ152403-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J&DRJUVENILE ( ) General District County (X) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re GUARDADO PROTILLO, ALONSO The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF ALONSO GUARDADO GUARDADO PORTILLO It is ORDERED that (X) the defendant (X) GLORIA ELIZABETH PORTILLO DE G appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 01/18/2022 09:30AM Pilar Barrera, Deputy Clerk

ORDER OF PUBLICATION Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE § 8.01-316 CASE# JJ152368-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J&DRJUVENILE ( ) General District County (X) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re MATAMOROS-CRUZ, MIREYA B The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN SOLE LEGAL AND PHYSICAL CUSTODY OF MINOR CHILD, MIREYA BETSABE MATAMOROS CRUZ It is ORDERED that (X) the defendant (X) MARVIN ANTONIO MATAMOROS GALLO appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 01/06/2022 11:00AM Evelyn Ruiz, Deputy Clerk

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE § 8.01-316 CASE# JJ138948-02-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J&DRJUVENILE ( ) General District County (X) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re HAITHCOCK, LEENA ROSE The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF LEENA ROSE HAITHCOCK It is ORDERED that (X) the defendant (X) HILLMAN, AVERY appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 01/05/ 2022 10:30AM Pilar Barrera, Deputy Clerk

ORDER OF PUBLICATION Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE § 8.01-316 CASE# JJ152365-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J&DRJUVENILE ( ) General District County (X) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re HERNANDEZ MORALES, GABRIELA The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF GABRIELA HERNANDEZ MORALES. It is ORDERED that (X) the defendant (X) HERNANDEZ PREZA, FELIZ appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 01/10/2022 10:00AM Joy Cole, Deputy Clerk

ORDER OF PUBLICATION Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE § 8.01-316 CASE# JJ152461-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J&DRJUVENILE ( ) General District County (X) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re AGUILAR DIAZ, DAYANA JESSEL The object of this suit is to: DETERMINE CUSTODY OF DAYANA JESSEL AGUILAR DIAZ It is ORDERED that (X) the defendant (X) SILVESTRE HERIBERTO AGUILAR appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 01/13/2022 10:00AM Laska Via, Deputy Clerk

ORDER OF PUBLICATION Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE § 8.01-316 CASE# JJ152463-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J&DRJUVENILE ( ) General District County (X) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re AGUILAR DIAZ, ERICK ALEXANDER The object of this suit is to: DETERMINE CUSTODY OF ERICK ALEXANDER AGUILAR DIAZ It is ORDERED that (X) the defendant (X) SILVESTRE HERIBERTO AGUILAR appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 01/13/2022 10:00AM Laska Via, Deputy Clerk

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE § 8.01-316 CASE# JJ152342-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J&DRJUVENILE ( ) General District County (X) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re JUGGINS, LORENZO MAURICE The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF LORENZO JUGGINS It is ORDERED that (X) the defendant (X) UNKNOWN appear at the abovenamed Court and protect his or her interests on or before 12/10/ 2021 10:30AM Pilar Barrera, Deputy Clerk

ORDER OF PUBLICATION Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE § 8.01-316 CASE# JJ152405-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J&DRJUVENILE ( ) General District County (X) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re ALIBEK, KAMILLA-ODETTE The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN A SOLE CUSTODY ON KAMILAODETTE ALIBEK It is ORDERED that (X) the defendant (X) ALIBEK MUKASHEV appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before Pilar Barrera, Deputy Clerk

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE § 8.01-316 CASE# JJ152317-01-00; JJ15231801-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J&DRJUVENILE ( ) General District County (X) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re HARRIS-MILLER, ANTOINE JR; HARRIS-MILLER, LAMAR The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF HARRIS-MILLER, ANTOINE JR; LAMAR, HARRIS -MILLER It is ORDERED that (X) the defendant (X) ANTOINE HARRIS-MILLER appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 12/22/2021 10:00AM Ataa Dwamena, Deputy Clerk

ORDER OF PUBLICATION Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE § 8.01-316 CASE# JJ152429-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J&DRJUVENILE ( ) General District County (X) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re RIOS, MADELYN CAROLINA The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF MADELYN CAROLINA RIOS It is ORDERED that (X) the defendant (X) MOHAMED MOHSEN ZOHIR appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 01/03/2021 10:00AM Ataa Dwamena, Deputy Clerk

ORDER OF PUBLICATION Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE § 8.01-316 CASE# JJ138947-02-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J&DRJUVENILE ( ) General District County (X) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re HAITHCOCK, CECILIA RENEE The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF CECILIA RENEE HAITHCOCK It is ORDERED that (X) the defendant (X) UNKNOWN appear at the abovenamed Court and protect his or her interests on or before 01/05/ 2022 10:30AM Pilar Barrera, Deputy Clerk

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Legal Notices ORDER OF PUBLICATION Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE § 8.01-316 CASE# JJ117215-02-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J&DRJUVENILE ( ) General District County (X) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re LEGREE, CHRISTIAN EMMANUEL The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF CHRISTIAN LEGREE It is ORDERED that (X) the defendant (X) CHRISTOPHER WILLIAMS appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 01/18/2022 10:00AM Pilar Barrera, Deputy Clerk

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE § 8.01-316 CASE# JJ152080-02-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J&DRJUVENILE ( ) General District County (X) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re ARIAS HERNANDEZ, ASHLY M The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF ASHLY MICHELLE ARIAS HERNANDEZ It is ORDERED that (X) the defendant (X) MERCEDEZ HERNANDEZ appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 01/05/ 2022 11:00AM Ataa Dwamena, Deputy Clerk

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Full Time Employment

Farm Hand

for Kinloch Farm a family farm in The Plains, VA. Prior cattle & machinery exp. not required, but is valued. You will work closely with the Farm Manager in support of the cattle operation. Able to communicate, perform all types of physical labor also be available to work all shifts and days. Livestock care, fencing, trailering, clearing and mowing, record keeping. Salaried poistion, health ins, 401K, PTO, paid holidays. Housing is not available. Please send resumes to mjp@kinlochfarm.com or call 540-253-5217 for an employment application

Full Time Employment HIRING!!

$1,500 SIGNING BONUS!

MEDICAL ASSISTANT/ RECEPTIONIST

Warrenton, VA; 540-351-0662 Check us out on Google and FB!

$5,000

SIGNING BONUS!

RADIOLOGIC TECHNICIAN Warrenton, VA; 540-351-0662 Check us out on Google and FB! FIRE PROTECTION SERVICE AND SALES

PT for Fire Protection Co. 4 days/week. Retires Welcome. We will train in sales & service of fire extinguishers. Co. vehicle provided, good driving record req.d. Contact Henry @ 800-892-1012

Synagro is looking for a

Agricultural Field Specialist

Job Duties: Provide compliant, cost-effective land-base management and value-added environmental services which include: land sourcing and permitting; technical support for operational compliance and product use; regulatory monitoring and reporting. We offer great benefits, and 401K match! If interested, contact Wayne at 804-205-2348 or apply at synagro.com.

HVAC Mechanic

Full time to recover and charge commercial AC Units up to 30 tons. Must be fully vaccinated and able to pass a background check Have a CFC license for 5 tons and over. Salary $42.92 per hour. Send resume to: dharrigan@hdmechanical.net

Full Time Employment

LEAD TEACHERS & ASSISTANT TEACHERS Full or Part Time

Walnut Grove Child Care 540-347-0116 or 540-349-9656

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The White House Historical Association’s 2021 Official White House Christmas Ornament commemorates the presidency of Lyndon Baines Johnson. One side of the ornament features a painting of the 1967 Blue Room Christmas Tree. Mrs. Johnson requested that Robert H. Laessig, a designer for American Greetings, paint the official Christmas tree in the Blue Room for their card that year.

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UNIVERSAL CROSSWORD

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CLUES

SOLUTIONS

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Today’s Answers: 1. SUPPORTED 2. DRIVING 3. SECRETLY 4. ABANDONED 5. OUTDATED 6. JAILED 7. RALLY

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EARLY’S CARPET, INC. “Your Hometown Store” The largest in-stock Inventory of Carpet, Area Rugs, Orientals,Vinyl, Hardwood, Laminate, Ceramic & Remnants!

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24 Hrs • 7 Days!

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• Water Extraction • Structural Drying • Carpet/Oriental Rug Cleaning • Accept All Major Insurance Companies • Latest & Fastest Drying Technology!

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We can keep your image clean! Home & Office Serving the Community from One Location for 50 years! • Water Extraction • Structural Drying • Carpet/Oriental Rug Cleaning • Accept All Major Insurance Companies • Latest & Fastest Drying Technology!

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540-937-5500 • Only 13 miles West of Warrenton • Highway 211 W. Amissville, VA • www.earlyscarpet.com

ONLY 1 LOCATION - HWY 211 W, AMISSVILLE VA

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