Photo courtesy of Prince William County
Supervisor Maureen Caddigan’s commitment isn’t going unnoticed.
Officials have named a road that links Inn Street with Route 1 after the outgoing Potomac District representative, according to a release from Prince William County.
“This is just a small token of the community’s appreciation of all your efforts and everything that you’ve done to revitalize this area, to make Prince William County, as a whole, a much better place to live and to work and to play,” Board of County Supervisors (BOCS) Chairman Corey Stewart said at a ceremony.
Caddigan has been on the Board of County Supervisors (BOCS) for several terms. She previously served on the Prince William County School Board for seven years, according to the county’s website.
She was also recognized by Brentsville District Supervisor Jeanine Lawson.
“Today is a great day to celebrate you and thank you for all that you’ve done,” Lawson said. “I think that Maureen Caddigan Way is just one small piece of what this county is going to do to honor your legacy going forward.”
The decision to name the road after Caddigan was unexpected, she said.
“Thank you for this wonderful, wonderful honor. Thank you so much for coming,” Caddigan added. “This is lovely.”
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