GMU Center for Peace Raises Concerns Among Mason Neck Neighbors
George Mason University officials are planning to create conference center on the county's Mason Neck peninsula that they hope will become a magnet for world leaders looking for a place to gather to resolve their conflicts. But neighbors of the proposed peace center are wondering if their own sense of tranquility will be disrupted by the changes the center's construction will bring to the idyllic riverside setting of the neighborhood. Read about it in today's Fairfax Extra.
By Focus on Fairfax |
November 15, 2007; 10:58 AM ET
Colleges and Universities
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