Community Updates from Woodbridge District Supervisor Frank Principi
HIGHLIGHTING COMMUNITY PROGRESS In the fall Vision, we looked at the tremendous progress that has taken place since our work towards building a New Woodbridge began eight years ago, with more than $1.5 billion of public and private investment in our community. The signs of transformation continue, as blighted buildings come down, roadways are widened, pedestrian and cycling trails are added and recreational facilities are enhanced. Additionally, Woodbridge residents are benefitting from new schools and classrooms and the hiring of police and firemen. Following are highlights of some key projects and legislative achievements paving the path to a New Woodbridge: One focused on Smart Growth, Better Transportation and Strong Neighborhoods, fostering a high quality of life for all of our citizens, protecting our rich natural environment and creating a robust economic engine: Economic Development Projects: Renovation or removal of over 50 blighted buildings Stonebridge at Potomac Town Center GMU’s Science Center Renovation of Marumsco Plaza NOVA Woodbridge Campus Small Business Grants
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IN THIS ISSUE.. ÂÂ County Economic Update (3) ÂÂ Inns of Virginia Come Down (5)
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Published on Jul 15, 2016
News and activities from New Woodbridge, the office of Prince William County Supervisor Frank Principi. Woodbridge is a riverfront community...