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Manassas Park City Council voted Tuesday to approve a $55 million retail and residential development they voted down less than a month ago.
Government, Local Connections
City to use social media to better communicate with residents, guests.
Manassas City voters will now be able to choose when the local elections for city council, school board and mayor will be held after enough signatures garnered to include referendum on the November general election ballot.
Nearly 500 people attended the grand opening of the new President Barack Obama campaign office now located on Old Town's Main Street.
City would swap its land for a renovated City Hall building or space in a brand-new building. Acquisition of General Ridge's Golf Course by Manassas-based company also part of negotiations.
Government, The Neighborhood Files
Old Treasures and Traditions retail building on busy Centreville Road slated for demolition.
Local non-partisan group advocating for government efficiency in Manassas making strides towards letting voters choose when local elections should be held.
Manassas City Manager John Budesky proposes the city implement a single, cohesive brand to help with messaging and differentiating the city from surrounding areas.
Elections, Local Connections
A local group of citizens advocating for government efficiency wants the voters to decide if the local elections for city council, school board and mayor should be moved from May to November.
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