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Morning Buzz – May 26, 2010
A daily digest of what’s going on in Fredericksburg, and what news from elsewhere is relevant here. Send suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spotsylvania supervisors last night talked about expanding technology zones in the county. This is under consideration in the city, too, specifically for areas along U.S. 1 on the northern end of town. The City Council will talk about this in a few weeks.
The EDA is considering spending some of its bond fee money to acquire the parking lot at William and Prince Edward streets, Bill Freehling reports. EDA member Michael Colangelo is employed by the firm that is marketing this property, but will not vote on the matter. EDA chairwoman Dana Herlong lives right next to it. Don’t forget that in the future, after the Kalahari bonds are sold and the incentives payouts begin, a small portion of the EDA’s take in fees will come from tax dollars. Spotsylvania’s EDA is almost entirely funded by tax dollars, so that’s not unprecedented, but it is a change for this EDA.