Stormwater Improvement Bond Passes
Huntington residents lobbied strongly for the passage of a $30 million bond to fund flooding prevention.
Fairfax County voters passed the $30 million stormwater bond referendum that will pay to build a levee and pumping station to protect the Huntington neighborhood from flooding.
Less than two weeks ago, residents in Huntington were evacuated as Hurricane (later turned Superstorm Sandy) blew over the region.
Final unofficial results from the Virginia State Board of Elections showed 76.7 of voters across Fairfax County supported the referendum. At the Huntington precinct 607 specifically, 89.4 percent of voters supported it.
Fairfax County Storm Drainage Improvement Bond
402 CAMERON – Cameron Elementary
|405 GROVETON – Groveton Elementary
|408 MOUNT EAGLE – Mount Eagle Elementary
|424 HUNTLEY – Groveton Elementary
|429 HYBLA VALLEY – Hybla Valley Elementary
601 BELLE HAVEN – West Potomac H.S.
|602 BELLE VIEW – Belle View Elementary
604 BUCKNELL – Bryant Center
|607 HUNTINGTON - Fair Haven Community Center
609 MARLAN – Paul Spring Retirement Community
|621 GROSVENOR – Huntington Community Center
Note: Mount Eagle has not reported results to the Virginia State Board of Elections.