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Tax Rate and Critical Needs Examined by PW Committee of 100

The Prince William Committee of 100 will host its monthly dinner and program on Thursday, March 19 at the Wyndham Garden, 10800 Vandor Lane, Manassas, VA.  Networking begins at 6:30 p.m.; dinner 7 p.m. and the program begins at 7:45 p.m.

This month the Committee of 100 examines the budgetary challenges that ensue from the competing importance of the tax rate and funding critical needs in Prince William County. Moderator Martin Jeter, President of MIDCO (Mid-County Civic Association) will guide the “Prince William County’s Critical Needs and 2016 Budgetary Challenges” discussion among several panelist.

The discussion:                                                                                          

·         What is outlined in the County’s strategic plan?

·         Is Prince William County attractive to larger businesses?

·         How do social structures impact our economic growth?

·         What is the impact of funding critical needs?

·         What impact does growth projections and the tax rate have on the County budget?

Panelist listing and biographies will be available at www.pwc100.org.

The Committee of 100 welcomes guests to its monthly program.  Members and guests must R.S.V.P.  for dinner by noon on Monday, March 16, 2015. Dinner is $25 for members and $30 for guests.  Program only attendance is free and seating will begin at 7:30 p.m.

 Visit www.pwc100.org to make dinner reservations and view program details.

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Founded in 1988, the Prince William Committee of 100 provides non-partisan, educational forums to study essential interests, problems and goals of the people of Prince William County, Manassas and Manassas Park.

 

 

 

President Jack Kooyoomjian  welcomes members and guests to the Committee of 100’s February program on Homeless in Prince County.  The sold out dinner and standing room only crowd during the forum demonstrate the Committee’s ability to bring pertinent issues before the community for discussion.

 

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