Call to Action:
Join us this Monday (June 17, 2019) at 6:30 pm at County Administration Building Boardroom in New Kent to support adding Combat tactical training facility to the list of Prohibited Uses.
Tell your friends and neighbors to join us and show them that New Kent County is not a suitable place to have any combat range. Come with your orange shirts. Read More….
Support Sue Sadler
It is election campaign time and here’s hoping you remember the great support all of Barhamsville and New Kent County received from our good friend, Sue Sadler, who is the James City County Stonehouse District Supervisor representative.
Sue Sadler has proven she shares the same vision for our rural area as most of us in NCRNK, and if you have a mind to contribute to a personal campaign, we urge you to support her. Read More…
While CUP-02-18 has been withdrawn, the future intentions of the Curits group are unknown, so it is not time to let down your guards. Keep your signs up – wear your orange shirts.
We are continuing to make our presence known to the county officials. Several members of the community have been attending the official meetings, and testifying during the citizen comment periods. See reports of the August Board of Supervisors and Planning Commission meetings.
Please read about what you can do!
Read what others are saying: Letters to the County Officials – One is so well written — and captures so much of the overall concern about this proposed Combat Range in our community — that it is imperative we share it with everyone.
“No matter how the facility is designed, no matter how it is built, the Curtis Security Consulting facility will be a major disruption in the community and will be heard for miles” – the founder, former owner and former President of ITI West Point