4 of our current supervisors signed a pledge to protect the Rural Crescent by
1. voting to support the Rural Crescent current minimum 10 acre residential zoning and
2. opposing the expansion of sewer within the border of the Rural Crescent as outlined in the Prince William County Comprehensive Plan.
The 4 supervisors are: Corey Stewart, John Stirrup, Mike May, and Frank Principi
Corey Stewart took the opportunity to enclose a letter with his pledge. In the letter he sent along with the pledge, Chairman Stewart said:
I have been an active and passionate advocate for protecting the rural crescent since day 1 of my entry into Prince William County politics.
Here are the links:
Corey’s letter is online here.
Supervisor Stirrup’s office sent out a very detailed letter to constituents this afternoon. He asked very probing questions at the BOCS meeting tonight. I suspect his vote will reflect those feelings.
Corey Stewart Throws John Stirrup Under the Bus
In 5 to 3 vote, the BOCS approved the comprehensive plan amendment to turn 12 homes into several hundred. Stewart, Covington, Nohe, Caddigan, and Jenkins voted in favor of the change. In an astounding move of hypocrisy, these 5 supervisors voted to “reaffirm ” their commit to preserving the Rural Crescent. What a joke.
Full recap of the BOCS Meeting at Insidenova.com
And the Best Hypocrisy Award:
After the vote on the comp plan amendment and rezoning, the board approved a resolution stating its commitment to keeping the rest of the Rural Crescent rural in character. Board Chairman Corey Stewart said Tuesday’s vote on Avendale does not set a precedent for future high impact development in the Rural Crescent.