Hearing set on HCA Virginia Hospital
Because of information missing from a newspaper advertisement, the Loudoun County (VA) Planning Commission announced it will join the Board of Supervisors at a public hearing Nov. 20 on a proposed 164-bed hospital in Broadlands. This is the second time the commission has altered its schedule because of a mistake that county staff members made in providing notice of a public hearing on the proposed hospital. Healthcare network HCA Virginia wants to build on a 57.7-acre site. A hearing scheduled for Sept. 25 was moved to Oct. 15 after it was discovered that a sign at the Broadlands property listed the wrong location for the session.
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