Thursday, March 3, 2011

Kincaid Forest Residents‏ Concerned Over Proposed New Road

The Loudoun Times reports that residents of Kincaid Forest are strongly against a proposed new road to go through Kincaid Forest along Kincaid Boulevard, which is now a dead end, because of the additional road because it would create more traffic.

"During a March 1 public information meeting at Cool Spring Elementary over the county’s Government Support Center amended plan, residents brought up their concerns over a new road that would directly affect traffic through their neighborhood.

"Included in the plan, is more than 600 acres of land where the county will put the Philip A. Bolen Park. The remaining land will house a new Government Support Center that will include a juvenile detention center, warehouses, new training centers, and other governmental offices and facilities."

The new road is to link Sycolin Road to a new entrance on Route 7.

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