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Tuesday, May 28, 2024

James City County Narrowly Approves Sports and Event Complex

Rendering of Proposed Williamsburg Sports & Event Center. (photo from JCC BOS Presentation)

JAMES CITY COUNTY — During James City County’s December regular Board of Supervisors meeting, the resolution funding agreement regarding the Historic Triangle Recreational Facilities Authority (HTRFA) was approved by a slim margin.

Many spoke out against the project during the public comment period with tension running high during contentious discussions by board members.

The vote was split 2-3, with members Jim Icenhour and John McGlennon casting no votes.

Icenhour’s vote was unsurprising after a public letter outlining his concerns was published on Dec. 9 by The Daily Press.

Read more about the HTRFA’s Nov. 28  presentation of the project to the James City County Board of Supervisors here.

Williamsburg City Council heard the HTRFA proposal at its Dec. 11 work session presented by Williamsburg City Manager Andrew Trivette and Rick Hibbet of the MEB/Clark Nexsen Design Team.

As of this publication, the vote to approve consideration and action regarding the regional sports center is on Williamsburg City Council’s Dec. 14 regular board meeting agenda.

York County Board of Supervisors reviewed the Williamsburg Sports & Recreational Center presentation by the Historic Triangle Recreational Facilities Authority (HTRFA) on Tuesday, Dec. 5.

For the sports and event center complex project to move forward, approval is required from James City County, York County, and Williamsburg.

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