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Ken Krietz of Spotsylvania writes in today’s FLS that the transition of Mullins Farm is comparable to a John Kerry ‘flip-flop’:

Suggesting that the lack of water and sewer would not affect commercial development, board Chairman Bob Hagan said, ‘We even have schools that are on well and septic.’ With this mentality from our chairman of the board, we should not look for commercial revenues to affect our real-estate tax rates anytime soon.

On Mullins Farm? Most certainly.

Let’s be clear that Spotsylvania’s future will not rise or fall on the prospects of development on Route 3, and most certainly not on the potential for more box stores. Rather, the focus must become on high-density commercial and white-collar industrial. The more firms such as these we can attract to Spotsylvania County, the less of a bedroom community and the more of a hub we become. When the time comes for that type of development, then we can discuss proper sewer and water.

Until then, Hagan and the Spotsy BOS have effectively checked sprawl coming down Route 3. Great job fellas.

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