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Manassas NB chief: adjacent business development biggest threat to site in nearly 30 years

Manassas National Battlefield Park’s superintendent has issued two letters opposing a plan to allow data centers on 2,133 acres of land adjacent to the park, calling it “the single greatest threat to Manassas National Battlefield Park in nearly three decades.”


The proposal, known as the “PW Digital Gateway,” asks county supervisors to replan a rural residential and agricultural area bordering the park on Pageland Lane to allow for the construction of up to 27.6 million square feet of data centers. The landowners have filed a comprehensive plan amendment to accomplish that goal, although data centers would still need rezonings to build in the area.


https://www.princewilliamtimes.com/news/battlefield-superintendent-calls-data-center-plan-the-single-greatest-threat-to-the-park-in-decades/article_222d88ce-5778-11ec-84d0-4f89a0c19c4c.html

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