Strong Communities

PEC’s approach to tackling environmental issues includes building resilient, sustainable and engaged communities.


Business Parks?

Business Parks?

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Update: On December 13th the Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to pass the new Business Park zoning district. Nothing has changed since November, the vote was only put off to December due to a procedural issue. The district although envisioned ...
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A Tactical Training Facility in Orange?

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A proposal is before the Planning Commission for a tactical training facility along with new zoning language that will allow such uses in agricultural and industrial zoning districts. The Commission is holding a public hearing on Sept. 20 at 7:15pm ...
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Amendments to Facilities Standards Manual and Zoning Code

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The Loudoun Board of Supervisors is considering changes to the Zoning Ordinance and the Facilities Standards Manual that would concede the local government’s ability to protect the County’s natural and historic resources from development, as well as limit the public’s ...
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Painters of the Piedmont: PEC's 40th Anniversary Art Show

Painters of the Piedmont: PEC’s 40th Anniversary Art Show

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The Piedmont Environmental Council is proud to bring together eleven of the leading artists working in the Virginia Piedmont region. The thirty works of art chosen for exhibition will highlight a cross section of artists who by their creativity and ...
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Creekside—More Development and More Traffic on Rt. 29

Creekside—More Development and More Traffic on Rt. 29

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Update: At its February 28th meeting, the Greene County Board of Supervisors narrowly approved the Fried Companies requested rezoning to increase density on their 400+ acre parcel with a 3-2 vote. Supervisors Lamb and Peyton voted against the project while ...
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