Warren County needs your input to build an athletic complex

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Warren County Parks and Recreation is asking for public input on a proposed athletic field complex at Rockland Park.

According to Warren County’s website the proposed complex would include two softball fields and two baseball fields.

If approved the complex would include lighting and parking.

Full restroom facilities and a concession stand would be on site as well.

The facility would be funded through a combination of a Land and Water Conservation grant from the Virginia Department of Conservation and recreation.

Local funding and in kind services would be provided by Warren County.

Input from the public will be accepted through June 10.

Contact Dan Lenz the Director of Warren County Parks and Recreation at (540) 635-7750.

Written comments can be sent to Lenz at 200 E. 8 St. Front Royal 22630.

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Front Royal seeks public input on the comprehensive plan

The town of Front Royal announced on it’s website that two public input meetings will be held to update the comprehensive plan Fri. May 20 and Sat. May 21.

The comprehensive plan controls development as well as the vision of the town.

The current plan is 25 years old and citizen input is needed to update the plan to manage development and create a sustainable community.

Fri. May 20’s meeting will be held from noon to 2 p.m. at the Warren County Public Safety Building on Skyline Vista Drive.

Sat. May 21’s meeting will take place at the Town Hall first floor lobby on Main St. Front Royal.

More information on the comprehensive plan and meetings is available here.

Any additional questions should be directed to the Town’s Planning Director Lauren Kopishke.

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The City of Winchester seeks the public’s input

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A social post from the City of Winchester shows that the City Council is seeking public input on the proposed voting ward boundary adjustments.

The City Council hopes to conduct a public hearing at it’s regular meeting on Mar. 8 at 6 p.m. on the subject.

Input on the boundaries is welcome before the meeting as well.

For more information and contact information visit winchesterva.gov.

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