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Those opposed to King George County giving land for proposed HELP Center continue to fight board's decision
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"I feel confident that I made the right decision for the county," he said. He added he hasn't heard from those opposed to the center, but "from others who have complimented me on standing up for what was right."
"I truly believe that it's a win-win for both the county and Project FAITH--and the community as a whole because it's saving the county money," LoBuglio said.
Palivoda also said he isn't circulating a petition to have Brabo removed from office, despite countywide rumors of it this week.
"My dad told people that, and that is not true," Shawn Palivoda said.
He added that if it's determined that Brabo or other supervisors acted illegally in giving the land to the HELP Center, he will support a petition to get them out of office.
Board Chairman Brooks didn't want to comment on Palivoda's actions, except to say, "We've had legal counsel through the whole process, and we haven't done anything wrong."
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