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03/02/2021

Stafford County has the right idea!

“Every person that does not support downzoning has a personal financial interest in it. Developers, realtors, landowners, big landowners—they want to make a killing.” Stafford County […]
03/01/2021

This Area Is Worth Protecting

We started Preserve Fenton Mill because our neighborhood is being threatened by a big developer who wants to forever change the nature of our community, simply […]
02/25/2021

Decision in LESS than 3 WEEKS!

In less than three weeks, on March 16, the Board of Supervisors will decide on the Fenton Mill Living rezoning proposal. Visit our homepage to see […]
02/22/2021

Look what happened in York County, SC!

Look what happened in York County, SC (NOTE: SOUTH CAROLINA, NOT HERE) in December 2019! In the face of rampant overdevelopment, they halted all rezoning applications […]
02/19/2021

RURAL SPACES = JOBS

Tourism is the backbone of our local economy. Many of us who work in tourism have heard visitors say that one of the draws to the […]
02/17/2021

Kudos to the James City County Board of Supervisors!

“James City County’s Board of Supervisors has rejected a proposal by a developer to add 150 age-restricted homes to Colonial Heritage Deer Lake Estates, warning the […]
02/13/2021

BAD FOR OUR WHOLE REGION

Spread the word about why the proposed Fenton Mill Living rezoning is BAD FOR OUR WHOLE REGION. It will impact Williamsburg, James City County, and lower […]
02/11/2021

38.5 MILLION DOLLARS.

38.5 MILLION DOLLARS. That will be the cost for additional school space needed if the Fenton Mill Living rezoning is approved. The developer is “very graciously” […]
02/08/2021

Residents of District One, YOU are about to be steamrolled!

The York County Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee wants to open up thousands more acres to residential development. They are ignoring overwhelming citizen opinion, which demands they […]
02/04/2021

The Sneaky Little Tool of Developers…

York County’s 2015 Comprehensive Plan predicted 400 new homes would be built by 2020 in District One (Upper York).  Instead, 3,246 homes and apartments were built […]
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