Stafford County’s Economic Development Authority urged the Board of Supervisors to consider rezoning land in Stafford, leading to the development of more homes with the goal to bring larger retailers and businesses into the area.

“Stafford has a reputation that ‘we’re closed,’ and of that ‘we want to be the little rural county south of D.C.,” Joel Griffin, Stafford Economic Development Authority Chairman and Riphean Partner, said in a story shared by Potomac Local.

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