A short wrapup of news and notes around LoCo lately:
On the agenda for the Board of Supervisors public hearing on Monday, June 8th is a “Special Exception to permit a 75,000 square foot recreational facility for use by a professional minor league baseball team (Atlantic League)” as part of the proposed Kincora development at the intersection of Routes 28 and 7. (The descriptive quote is straight from the Board’s agenda for the meeting.)
The cover story for the Loudoun Times Mirror this week called a shift in the real estate market to a seller’s market, based on shorter days on market and an upswing in the number of sold homes.
The Purcellville Volunteer Fire Department Company 2 moved into their new digs at the corner of Maple and Hirst (pictured above) after lowering the flag at their old location on Maple for the last time, and caravaning up to the new spot.
The Friends of Hamilton Park are holding a community fundraiser on Thursday, June 25th: have dinner at the Purcellville McDonald’s between 5 and 8 pm that evening, and 20% of all proceeds will benefit the park.