Investing in our County

Every year, our supervisors set a tax rate that is competitive with Fairfax and Loudoun.  However, every year our supervisors set a computer tax rate that is far lower than surrounding counties.  They ask our residents to pay, not our businesses. We need to start expecting our businesses to pay their fair share in order for our community to prosper.  …

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Economic Development

George Mason’s Science and Technology Center has existing infrastructure, complete with roads, water, sewer, electric and fiber.  In order to efficiently use these existing resources, future Data Centers need to be located within Innovation Park to reduce infrastructure costs elsewhere. The long-term plan for Campus Master Revision has been forgotten.  Instead of ignoring this plan and investing elsewhere, we should …

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Transportation

The county must work with state legislators to address road safety and the flow of traffic throughout Brentsville specifically along Rollins Ford Rd. and along the expansion portion of Route 28.  Numerous fatalities along with high numbers of accidents must be made a priority for the safety of our community.  These accidents are tragic, yet they are also preventable. The …

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Education

My primary focus, as a Supervisor, will be to address the many funding issues of our county public school system.  My goals are simple: to increase school funding for equitable teacher compensation, reduce class size and decrease our reliance upon classroom trailers.  As a teacher, I know where the problems lie, and I see that our county government and school …

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