Recent News

National Police Week May 14-20

Friends and neighbors, this week is National Police Week. Some of you may have noticed the increase of police groups from around the country as they travel to events in D.C. I encourage you to thank the officers you interact with for their selfless dedication to enforcing laws and protecting families. I would also hope […]

Haymarket-Gainesville Library Spring Used Book Sale

The Friends of Gainesville Library is pleased to announce their Spring Used Book Sale. The event will last four days and they will have books and DVDs of all subjects. I encourage you to attend and help build your own personal library while helping fund events at our public library. You can find more information […]

Community Cleanup and Shred Event – 9am-1pm on Saturday April 22 at Sudley Elementary School

  Please come out this Saturday to Sudley Elementary School where we will be providing dumpsters and a shred truck for free so you can get rid of unwanted items. See the flyer below for details. I look forward to seeing you there.

SCC Decision – Construction of Haymarket Transmission Line Project

Over the past two years, we have been working hard to fight Dominion Power’s plan to build 230kV transmission lines that cut through neighborhoods and historic areas – all to service one customer.  We have been unified in our message – if you are going to build the transmission lines, select the I-66 Hybrid Route […]

Gainesville District Budget Committee Recommendations for FY18

FRAMEWORK OF FY 18 BUDGET PROPOSAL Prepared by the Gainesville and Brentsville Districts Budget Committees Adopt a tax rate of $1.085, that will reduce the average tax bill by $67. General County revenues in FY18 will still increase by $20,862,120.[1] School share of revenue will still increase by $8,963,362[2] Cap County General Fund Expenditures for […]

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