Growth Debate Moves From Loudoun To Stafford

After the fall elections put a more development-friendly board into place in Loudoun, many see the fight for growth controls shifting to Stafford.
February 20, 2004, 9am PST | Chris Steins | @urbaninsight
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For the past several years Loudoun County, Virginia has been the center of the of the growth/no-growth debate in the Northern Virginia area. Tremendous residential and commercial development in the burgeoning county spawned a fierce battle between pro-development and slow-growth activists. However, in the last election, much of the slow-growth board was replaced with a slate of more development-friendly officials. As a result, the slow-growth activists seem to be shifting their sights to Stafford County.

Thanks to Janet Boyko

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Published on Sunday, February 15, 2004 in The Washington Post
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