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www, THE JOURNAL Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2016 5 King George Industrial Park under consideration for an established Virginia business PHYLLIS COOK Authorization to proceed with ap- praisal of a lot in the King George Industrial Park was provided on Nov. 10 by the King George County Economic Development Authority with the hope the location might be The prospective business was dis- locations in other jurisdictions for selected for purchase by an unan- cussed behind closed doors. Such the project. nounced business currently consid- discussion is exempt from public "They currentlyhave 15 employees ering various locations in the Fred- disclosure under state law since no and want to hire an additional seven. ericksburg region, announcement has been made about They would make an initial capital The motion was to authorize the the business's interest in locating in investment including land of ap- authority's chairman, Jim Hull, to ex- the county, proximately $1.6 million and anoth- ecute a $1,500 contract with Johnson "The details I can give you are it is er $1 million in business equipment Commercial Real Estate Appraisers an environmental firm that special- and personal property" Thomas said. to perform an appraisal on Lot 11 izes in wetland mitigation, field and "Theywould build a 15,000-20,000 in the King George County Indus- stream restoration and stormwater square foot facility. Though I cannot trial Park to determine the value for management all over Virginia" Lin- disclose the exact details of the facil- potential sale. The lot contains 5.28 wood ~Ihomas said following the ity, it would surpass standards cur- acres., meeting, rently in the park. It would be very The unanimous action took place Thomas is the King George Direc- nice." following a dosed meeting session as tor of Economic Development. He The contract calls for tlae appraisal part of its regular monthly meeting, noted the business is also looking at firm to provide its report in the next week. The time frame in which the potential new business will make its decision was not publicly revealed. Thomas As their first community service project of the year the King George Roaring LEOs cleaned up the Dahl- gren Heritage Museum's parking lot on Sunday, October 30. Presi- dent Cralida Staton, (middle) Vice President Sydney Biondi (left) and Activities Manager Megan Robert- son (right) and LEO Advisor, Linda Baran volunteered 3 hours to ensure the parking lot was picked up and clean. The girls are members of the King George High School Roaring LEOs Club. The Roaring LEOs are enjoy- ing their second year of existence thanks to Past Lion President Ruth Thompson who established and Chartered the club. The Roaring LEO Club is a youth extension of the Dahlgren Lions Club which has been in the King George Area for the past 50 years. The Lions primar- ) our community in hearing needs. Lions International offers many training and outsourc- ing projects for LEOs that the Club it up can use. Last year the LEOs learned the pedia vision sight program and helped with the Sight and Hearing Van. The LEOs provided guidelines and judged the Peace Poster con- test, conducted bake sales, helped with the Dirty Lion Mud Run this summer and enjoyed a nice end of the year dinner. The LEOs main fund raiser is recycling cell phones, ink cartridges and electronics. The LEOs are also eligible for scholar- ships offered by the Dahlgren Lions Club, and are presented certificates of accomplishments and honor our graduating Seniors with color cords signifying their membership with the LEO Club. The Club's name , LEO, affirms each member's goal to learn (L) leadership, create memorable (E) experiences and open doors to (0) opportunities. E MORE. DO M Looking for a powerful tool to get all kinds of jobs done around your place? Try a new John Deere 1023E Compact Utility Tractor. Add an iMatchTM Quick Hitch and attaching 3-point implements is a breeze. A Ouik-ParkTM loader lets you attach and remove the loader in minutes. 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