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Residents hold signs protesting the Devlin Technology Park.

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Supervisors Kenny Boddye, D-Occoquan, and Jeanine Lawson, R-Brentsville, during a recent supervisors' meeting.

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The proposed Devlin Technology Park, a 270-acre area in Bristow that could hold up to 14 data centers. The area is next to the former “Hunter property,” which has already been rezoned for data centers.

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A Bristow resident speaks in opposition to the Devlin Technology Park during a press conference held outside the James J. McCoart Administration Building ahead of the supervisors' Feb. 7 meeting.

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Josh Atkinson, of Sheffield Manor, speaks during the meeting.

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