Governor vetoes a bill that generated controversy in Spotsylvania County (VA)

Spotsylvania Parkway’s picturesque—and pricey—landscaping is here to stay.  After an outcry from some homeowners, Gov. Terry McAuliffe recently vetoed a bill that could have turned the parkway’s landscaping over to the Virginia Department of Transportation. The 2-mile stretch of Spotsylvania Parkway at issue is privately maintained, and residents of Lee’s Parke and Virginia Heritage foot the bill via homeowners association dues under a Spotsylvania County-approved “Cost-Sharing Agreement” signed in 2005 by Lee’s Parke developer Fried Cos. and Virginia Heritage developer Lennar Corp.     Read the article…………..

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