Public Private Partnership Bulletin

March 16, 2005

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1. Bedford board continues PPEA funding debate

Board reveals 2 building, financing plans,” The Roanoke Times, March 15, 2005

2. Georgia cites Virginia PPTA as a success

Finding ‘partner’ no trouble elsewhere, Georgia lawmakers concerned by failure to draw competing plans for public-private toll roads,” The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, March 14, 2005

3. HOT Lane PPTA proposals for 95 draw ire from sluggers

Residents speak out against HOT lanes ,” Potomac News, March 16, 2005

4. Gainesville development draws road proposals

Supervisors to take closer look at Gainesville development,”  Potomac News, March 16, 2005

5. Kilgore endorses PPTA for 81, other road projects

Gov. hopeful Kilgore calls for government reform,” Staunton News Leader, March 16, 2005

6. Clarke schools PPEA debates continue

Clarke Schools, Supervisors Duel,” The Winchester Star, March 16, 2005 


7. PPEA moves forward for Fredericksburg police station

Plans for police HQ taking shape,” The Free Lance-Star, March 16, 2005

8. Wiehle Avenue solicited PPEA posted by Fairfax

Last week, Fairfax County issued a solicited PPEA for development around the anticipated new Metro station at Wiehle Avenue in Reston. A copy of that solicitation is available online [PDF document].