Public Private Partnership Bulletin

March 8, 2006

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1. Bedford chooses PPEA contractor for Jefferson Forest renovations

School board chooses builder The Bedford County School Board selects Jamerson & Sons for its high school renovation,” The Roanoke Times, February 28, 2006

JF plans move forward,” The News & Advance, February 28, 2006

2. I-81 PPTA debate continues, legislative efforts falter

Pavement peddling,” The News Leader, February 28, 2006

Hanger’s I-81 Bill Stopped,” Daily News Record, March 2, 2006

Activists take on I-81 plan, Valley group drums up support for alternate proposal on highway,” Richmond Times-Dispatch, March 6, 2006

3. MWAA seen as Dulles Rail savior

Airports Authority Best for Dulles Rail,” The Connection Newspapers,  February 23, 2006

4. Herndon PPEA proposal gets extension

Redevelopment Moving Forward? Council reviews redevelopment proposals, land acquisition in closed session,” The Connection Newspapers, March 1, 2006

5. VITA PPEA transition begins

IT agency workers: Stay or go? VITA will encourage many to seek jobs at Northrop Grumman,” Richmond Times-Dispatch, March 4, 2006

800 jobs to shift to Northrop Grumman,” Richmond Times-Dispatch, March 8, 2006

New Section of VITA Web Site Offers Information and Updates About IT Infrastructure Partnership,” PRNewswire, March 7, 2006

6. Delegate Wardrup advocates PPTA during 2006 session

Beach Del. Wardrup still shows grit in budget battle,” The Virginian-Pilot, March 5, 2006

7. Harrisonburg schools PPEA advances

‘Interim Agreement’ Reached For School Complex,” Daily News Record, March 8, 2006

8. Prince William Service Authority solicits PPEA proposals

A PPEA solicitation from the Prince William Service Authority for certain water and wastewater improvements in the County.