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County to Host Town Hall on Future Stadium at Potomac Town Center

All PWC residents are invited to attend.

The proposed Potomac Nationals stadium at Stonebridge at Potomac Town Center continues to inch toward its projected 2014 open date with a Town Hall meeting held on Sept. 27.

Woodbridge District Supervisor Frank Principi sent out an invitation to Prince William County residents. 

"Prince William County residents are invited to learn more about the Potomac Nationals proposal to build a 6‐7,000 seat minor league baseball stadium at Potomac Town Center," the statement read. "The proposal includes a 1,200 space commuter parkinggarage to be constructed by Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT). If approved, the fullproject will bring more than $200 million in private sector investment and $15 million in investmentfrom the Commonwealth of Virginia."

The Town Hall will feature Board of County Supervisors Chairman Corey Stewart, Principi, the Woodbridge Civic Association, Potomac Nationals representatives, VDOT representatives, and Roadside Development representatives. There will be a Q&A session.

The meeting will be from 7 to 9 p.m. at the auditorium on Neabsco Mills Road. 

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John Bonich September 14, 2012 at 07:19 PM
Is the 15 million from the state on top of the 5 million the BOCS voted to put towards the parking garage on Aug. 7, or is that included?
Lizzie M. Johnson September 14, 2012 at 10:54 PM
I am totally amazed with Prince William County. You find our money to do everything else with but then you leave your seniors out and have them paying high rent in senior living complexes, some don't have money to get their medicine and food, livining day by day wondering where their second meal is coming from. I was told yesterday we have a waiting list of more than over nine thousand families waiting to get housing. We don't have adequate bus service on the weekends for people to get back and forth to work. No service at all on Sundays and no transportation to get out of the county if they have jobs else where. We continue to build and people that are working in the stores and those that will be working at the stadium and if you have a game on Sundays they will have to catch TAXI'S to get to work which they are doing now. I have been silent lately but I am back I like to look at the whole pitcher. What will happen with the land after you move to the new stadium.

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