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Amberleigh Station resident Donna Gallant collects signatures on a petition to recall Board Chair Ann Wheeler, D-At Large, during a protest against data centers planned for the Linton Hall corridor in Bristow.

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Brian Fasing, of Amberleigh Station, protests the 18 to 22 data centers proposed around his neighborhood on Saturday, Sept. 10.

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Renderings from Prince William County staff report for Devlin Technology Park 

Devlin technology park aerial from Roger Snyder

About 700 acres of data centers: The Prince William County Planning Commission recommended approval on July 27 of the "Devlin Technology Park" in Bristow. If approved by the Prince William Board of County Supervisors, the plan would allow up to 4.25 million square feet of data center space in seven to 11 different buildings on 270 acres near Linton Hall and Devlin roads in Bristow. Data centers have already been approved on the adjacent Hunter property.

site of Hunter property under rezoning for data centers aerial by Roger Snyder

The Prince William Board of County Supervisors voted Sept. 7, 2021, to rezone a 196-acre site off Linton Hall Road and behind Piney Branch Elementary School for a new data center campus. The property was once slated for the failed "Stone Haven" residential development. 

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Map of 100-foot setback for data centers from Chris Yung Elementary School as presented in the Devlin Technology Park plan.

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Dr. Steven Pleickhardt, a Bristow dentist and resident of Amberleigh Station, implores fellow Prince William County residents to "wake up" to the data center development happening around the county and especially in Bristow.

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Residents protest Bristow area data centers on Saturday, Sept. 10.

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