January 15 2015 Forum
February 19 2015 Forum
William 'Bill' Golden BIO
1) Elijah Johnson: PW Deputy County Executive Officer BIO
2) Ray Beverage: Chair, Prince William Commission on Aging;
Board President, Independence Empowerment Center - Center for Independent Living BIO
3) Lucille (Luci) Cahill: Homeless Outreach Coordinator, Dale City Civic Association. BIO
4) Andrea Eck, Director of Housing, Northern Virginia Family Service. BIO
The Prince William Committee of 100 thanks everyone who attended our Forum on February 19: Homeless in Prince William County.
We have some information to share if you would like to follow this issue, beginning with the Continuum of Care meeting dates as referenced by Elijah Johnson, and provided to us by LoToya N. Blake, MSW, Homeless Services Coordinator:
The CoC meets the 2nd Thursday of the month at 1:30pm at the McCoart Building.
Here is a list of the Prince William County Housing for All Continuum of Care meeting dates and times.
03/12/2015 1:30pm to in the Occoquan Room If you have additional questions, please contact:
04/09/2015 1:30pm to in the Cedar Room LoToya N. Blake,MSW
05/14/2015 1:30pm to in the Cedar Room Homeless Services Coordinator
06/11/2015 1:30pm to in the Cedar Room Prince William County Government
07/09/2015 1:30pm to in the Cedar Room 14716 Potomac Mills RD
08/13/2015 1:30pm to in the Cedar Room Woodbridge, VA 22192
09/10/2015 1:30pm to in the Cedar Room 703 792-7549
10/08/2015 1:30pm to in the Cedar Room LBlake2@pwcgov.org
11/12/2015 1:30pm to in the Cedar Room
12/10/2015 1:30pm to in the Cedar Room
March 19 2015 Forum
Moderator: Martin Jeter, President, Mid-County Civic Association. BIO
1) Mac Haddow, Co-Chair, Gainesville-Brentsville Budget Committee BIO
2) John Karhnak, Chair, Woodbridge District Budget Committee BIO
3) Milt Johns, Chair, Prince William County School Board BIO
4) Bob Pugh, President, Insight Wealth Management, Inc. BIO
Panelists will focus on the many different critical needs of Prince William County:
•What is outlined in the County's strategic plan?
• Are we attractive to businesses?
•What social structures, or lack thereof, impact our economic growth?
•What is the impact regarding critical needs based on assumptions of economic growth in PWC and the NoVa region?
•What is the impact of growth and the tax rate in the county budget?budget?
April 16 2015 Forum
What Will Prince William County Look Like in the Future?The rapid growth in Prince William County over the past decade has presented enormous challenges in overcrowded classrooms, efficient commuter traffic patterns, shortages of public amenities, and overstressed public safety resources. Jobs and housing are the two drivers of the future economy in Prince William County. The current economic conditions threaten growth in quality jobs, housing values and expanding business opportunities. The future for Prince William County will, in large measure, be determined by how Prince William County adapts its policies to protect the future of our community.
Bob Buchanan, President, 2030 Group BIODr. Terry Clower, PhD., George Mason University Center for Regional Analysis BIO
Mark Gibb, Executive Director, Northern Virginia Regional Commission BIORalph Stephenson, Citizens for Balanced Growth BIO
Moderator: Brendon Shaw, Director of Government Relations,
Prince William Chamber of Commerce. BIO
Thanks to Marlo and Nancy for the pictures used in slideshow.
Thanks to William Golden for the video of the forum.
May 21 2015 Forum
Carlos Castro, Todos Inc BIO
Dr. Sam Hill, Provost of NVCC, Woodbridge and the new Workforce Development Center at Woodbridge. BIO
David Hunn, President and CEO of Skillsource.org, and board member Northern Virginia Workforce Investment Board. BIO
Mark Shaaber, CEO of Integrated Support Solutions, Inc. BIO
Mike Thompson, Chairman and President of the Thomas Jefferson Institute for Public Policy BIO
Just RSVP for dinner by Monday, May 18, 2015 @ Noon $25 members and $30 guests
Click on the RESERVATIONS tab above
Note: No reservation is required if you only wish to attend the program.
Prince William Committee of 100 Invites Candidates and the Public to a Forum with Meet and Greet
September 22, 2015
Old Hickory Golf Club
Prince William County, Virginia- All candidates for legislative, constitutional and county offices running in the Nov. 3 general election in Prince William County will have an opportunity to mingle with voters September 22, 2015. The meet and greet begins at 6 p.m. at the Old Hickory Golf Club, 11921 Chanceford Dr., Woodbridge.
Bob Allen, Past President, Prince William Committee of 100, will moderate a discussion with
Karen Boyd and John Gray, Candidates for Occoquan Representative to the Prince William County School Board.
Willie Deutsch, Candidate for the Coles Representative to the Prince William County School Board
and Tim Singstock, Candidate for Chair, Prince William County School Board are confirmed to speak.
Residents with questions for the candidates can submit them online to the Committee website (pwc100.org) or in person before 7 p.m. the night of the event. The public is invited to attend free of charge.
Sponsors for the event are
Prince William Committee of 100,
Lake Ridge Occoquan Coles Civic Association (LOCCA)
Mid-County Civic Association of Prince William (MIDCO).