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The Envision Loudoun Comprehensive Plan Update

by on September 21, 2017
The Envision Loudoun Comprehensive Plan Update

The Envision Loudoun Comprehensive Plan review and update continues along the course set forth in the plan charter adopted by the Board of Supervisors in 2016. The plan process includes extensive community participation. The Round 1 Listening and Learning Workshops were held in January 2017 and the Round 2 Envision the Future Workshops were held […]

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Around Prince William County

by on September 21, 2017
Around Prince William County

The Prince William land use team wants to provide an update on happenings around Prince William County including the initiation of small area plans and recent entitlement approvals. Small Area Plans The Prince William Board of County Supervisors initiated an update to the County’s Comprehensive Plan, which includes the creation of small area plans. The […]

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Kaiser Permanente Approval in Haymarket

by on September 21, 2017
Kaiser Permanente Approval in Haymarket

Source: Kaiser Permanente & Gresham, Smith, and Partners   Pete Dolan and Jessica Pfeiffer in the Firm’s Prince William Office worked with the landowner, Gene Siegel with Landservices, Inc., to obtain a proffer amendment approval to allow for Kaiser Permanente’s proposed medical office building. The approximately 35,000-square-foot building will be located on Heathcote Boulevard near […]

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A Sneak Peek at The St. James Indoor Sports Complex

by on September 21, 2017
A Sneak Peek at The St. James Indoor Sports Complex

The St. James, a highly anticipated 450,000-square-foot mega sports complex, will open its doors in September 2018. The indoor complex, located near the intersection of I-395 and I-495 in Fairfax County, will offer a combination of sports and wellness venues and programming, lifestyle amenities, and family-centered activities the likes of which have not been seen […]

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Walsh, Colucci, Lubeley & Walsh Attorneys Included in Best Lawyers in America© 2018

by on September 21, 2017
Walsh, Colucci, Lubeley & Walsh Attorneys Included in Best Lawyers in America© 2018

Walsh, Colucci, Lubeley & Walsh is proud to announce that 11 of the Firm’s attorneys have been selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® 2018. The attorneys who were recognized by Best Lawyers® and their areas of recognition are: Martin D. “Art” Walsh: Business Organizations (including LLCs and Partnerships); Closely […]

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Employee Spotlight

by on September 21, 2017
Employee Spotlight

Caroline Herre, who joined the firm this past July, works as a Land Use Planner in the Arlington office. Prior to joining the Firm, she worked as a summer intern at the District of Columbia Office of Planning. As a summer intern, she worked with the Citywide planning team, researched the financial feasibility of mixed-use […]

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Panda Stonewall Energy Facility Operational in Loudoun County

by on July 18, 2017
Panda Stonewall Energy Facility Operational in Loudoun County

Loudoun Office Managing Shareholder Randy Minchew and Senior Land Use Planner Kimberlee Hise (f/k/a Cummings) were involved from start to finish in the development of a natural gas–fueled 778-megawatt combined-cycle generating station that became operational in late May. They assisted our client, Green Energy Partners, from initial planning and land acquisition, through feasibility, zoning, utility […]

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Fairfax Approves Fine Arts Academy in Culturally Sensitive Location

by on July 18, 2017
Fairfax Approves Fine Arts Academy in Culturally Sensitive Location

On June 6, 2017, the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to approve a rezoning and special exception request submitted by Scimores Academy, LLC, to allow construction of the Floris Conservatory for the Fine Arts at the intersection of Centreville Road and West Ox Road south of the Town of Herndon. The approval comes […]

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Apollo Mixed-Use Project Approved in Prince William County

by on July 18, 2017
Apollo Mixed-Use Project Approved in Prince William County

On June 20, 2017, the Prince William Board of County Supervisors approved a mixed-use project that includes retail (a maximum of 16,800 square feet), self-storage or office (a maximum of 127,200 square feet), and a maximum of 100 townhomes. Pete Dolan and Jessica Pfeiffer worked with the applicant, Equinox Investments, on the approval. The property […]

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Virginia Supreme Court Decision May Ease the Use of Mechanic’s Liens for Contractors and Suppliers

by on July 18, 2017
Virginia Supreme Court Decision May Ease the Use of Mechanic’s Liens for Contractors and Suppliers

To provide them security interest in their labors, Virginia contractors, subcontractors, materialmen, and suppliers have long had the right to record liens against the real properties and structures that have been improved as a result of their efforts.[1] That right to lien real property originates from, and remains provided by, a rubric of statutes passed by […]

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