Meeting Time: July 11, 2023 at 2:00pm EDT
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10.C) Intent - Refrain from Scheduling Land Use Public Hearings from November 7, 2023, through December 31, 2023 - Supervisor Lawson

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    Jim Gehlsen 10 months ago

    I support the resolution. I've spoken with hundreds in the Brentsville District and they would really prefer for this Board to refrain from all data center votes for the duration of their term. The voters spoke loud and clear last month during the primary. I hope their voices were heard. This resolution is a step in the right direction.

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    Michael Barrea 10 months ago

    Turn This Board AROUND by Voting YES to the Land Use Moratorium Resolution
    Supervisor Lawson has presented an opportunity to the Board that is proper and timely.
    This resolution breaks the multi-year denial you’ve practiced. It shows the collusion has stopped.
    It rights the ship.
    It helps Prince William County gain some credibility at a time when every single honest person, be they red or blue, doubts your intentions and past actions.

    Suspend land use decisions during the lame duck period.

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    Jerry OSullivan 10 months ago

    I urge you to support this resolution. Land use decisions that will permanently alter the landscape, negatively affect the environment, quality of life and property values of PW County residents should be taken only when representatives elected to address these citizen concerns are seated on Jan 1, 2024.

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    Mark Tinsman 11 months ago

    I am writing to express my support for the resolution to temporarily halt scheduling of land use public hearings during the lame duck period, until the new Board of County Supervisors is seated in January 2024. I prefer to offer my comments in-person, but regrettably I cannot. I believe the recent election communicated a concern with land use decisions and development. I urge you to uphold your oath to serve all who live in PWC, and suspend land use decisions during the lame duck period.