Welcome to the Potomac District
Maureen S. Caddigan, Supervisor
Potomac Magisterial District
Prince William County, Virginia
In this Supervisor’s Time, Supervisor Caddigan: Announces her intent to appoint Michael Williams to the Equalization Board; brief’s the Board on her attendance and participation at the Prince William Human Rights Commission on Universal Human Rights Day as they celebrated the 50th Anniversary of the Voting Rights Act on Saturday, January 17th; brief’s the Board on her attendance at the 30th Annual King Day Celebration and 25th Annual Youth Oratorical Contest at Hylton Memorial Chapel; and announces an upcoming town hall meeting hosted by Virginia State Delegate Luke Torian.
In this “My Time” Supervisor Caddigan: Announces her intent to re-appoint Lori Leary to the Animal Advisory Committee; briefed the Board on her attendance at the Chick-fil-A grand opening and ribbon cutting at Quantico Center; announces the upcoming Prince William County Human Rights Commission awards where Dr. Luke Torian, pastor of the Mount Zion Baptist Church in the Potomac District will be recognized; thanks Chairman Steward and Lawson for their support of Supervisor Caddigan’s request for work sessions to discuss the budget.
Maureen attended the 30th Annual Martin Luther King Day Celebration and the 25th Annual Youth Oratorical Competition on Monday and took photos with two of the winners: Mr. Denzel Goodlin, representing Potomac High School, along with Captain James Carr, Administrative Services Bureau Commander with the Prince William County Police Department; and Ms. Ayesha Khursheed, representing Graham Park Middle School.
Watch videos and read more about this exciting event and all of the amazing students who participated by following this link to the Prince William County Schools website.
Supervisor Caddigan welcoming citizens to the Prince William Human Rights Commission on Universal Human Rights Day as they celebrated the 50th Anniversary of the Voting Rights Act on Saturday, January 17th.
After all the holiday festivities are done, don’t toss your holiday greenery to the curb. Give your Christmas tree, wreath and other cut greenery a fitting final resting place. Simply remove all ornaments, decorations, tinsel, nails and the tree stand and take the greenery to one of locations listed below to be recycled or repurposed.
- The Prince William County Landfill at 14811 Dumfries Road in Manassas. Monday – Saturday, 6 a.m. – 6 p.m.; Sunday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. The facility is closed New Year’s Day. 703-792-4670
- The Balls Ford Road Compost Facility located at 13000 Balls Ford Road in Manassas. Monday – Saturday, 7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.; Sunday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. The facility is closed New Year’s Day. 703-792-4670
- Leesylvania State Park located at 2001 Daniel K. Ludwig Drive in Woodbridge (off Neabsco Road). Trees may be dropped off at Shelter 2 and will be used for habitat.
- Northern Virginia Electric Cooperative (NOVEC) located at 5399 Wellington Branch Road in Gainesville. Dec. 26 – Jan. 12. The drop off area is located in the front parking lot in the area outlined with the orange safety cones. NOVEC will deliver the wood-chip mulch to interested customer-owners at no charge, visit www.novec.com for order form. For more information contact NOVEC at 703-335-0500 ext. 1633 or 1661, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on recycling in Prince William County, visit http://www.pwcgov.org/trashandrecycling or call 703-792-4670.