Help plan your suburban community
Will the Board of Supervisors protect existing
residents and neighborhoods as it considers new development proposals? Make
sure that your concerns are heard!
Community meetings are a
great way to focus Supervisors and Planning Commissioners on MEETING the
needs of existing communities, INSTEAD OF ADDING TENS OF THOUSANDS OF NEW
HOMES THAT WILL BRING MORE TRAFFIC TO OVERWHELM OUR ROADS, COMPETE FOR
SERVICES AND BOOST OUR TAXES.
Therefore, we're pleased to inform
Waters of the Broad Run District wants Ashburn residents' opinions on the
future of their community and its development plans. See below for
What's my supervisor district?
In this alert:
1. Ashburn Community Meetings
2. Ask Your Supervisor to Hold Community Mtgs
3. Loudoun Still #1 in Growth
4. Community Meeting Details
5. Message from Supervisor Waters
1. Ashburn Community
Lori Waters (R-Broad Run) has announced a
series of five community meetings for Ashburn residents. Supervisor
Waters wants to hear from residents about the community and proposed
developments in Ashburn which would greatly impact citizens' quality of
The developer proposal for One
Loudoun Center, a new town center in Ashburn on Route 7 at the Loudoun County Parkway,
has been rolled into a Board of Supervisors-initiated proposal for a
"Broad Run" community plan. The county's comprehensive growth
plan calls for community plans to be done for each of the suburban
Supervisor Waters is also surveying citizens' needs and
suggestions on schools, road/traffic improvements, and pedestrian safety.
[View the survey]
Supervisor Waters is the only eastern Loudoun supervisor
who is moving forward with community input into such a plan. Please
participate in the meetings and also thank
Supervisor Waters for actively involving citizens in the future of
Read the official meeting announcement
2. Ask Your Supervisor
for a Community Meeting!
Supervisor Lori Waters is the only eastern Loudoun
supervisor who is actively seeking residents' input into the creation of a
It would be wonderful if every supervisor would hold
similar community meetings! Contact your
supervisor and ask him/her to follow Supervisor Waters' example.
Don't know who your Supervisor is?
3. Loudoun Still #1 in
According to new
Census Bureau statistics, Loudoun
County is absorbing 1
out of every 4 new people who move to the DC metro region. This staggering number amounts
to 49 new Loudoun residents per day and 3,500 new students added to the
school system per year. Read the Washington Post article on the new statistics.
What You Can Do
Attend a Broad Run Community Meeting.
Dates & Locations
2. How is Loudoun's 41% growth rate
impacting your life?
How would you like to see your community grow in the
coming years? What does your community need? Tell us, and
please let us know if we can use your stories and ideas on our webpage. We will
post your thoughts on an upcoming community forum on our website.
3. Write a
Letter to the Editor about Loudoun's shocking growth rate.
the Washington Post
Post's Loudoun Extra
• To the local
3. How Fast is
Loudoun Really Growing?
Would you believe that Loudoun is being burdened with
of Virginia’s growth each year?
Questions, Share Your Ideas.
or e-mail Andrea McGimsey at firstname.lastname@example.org
In the News:
DC Area Continues
Loudoun County's population jumped 41
percent in four years, the sharpest rate among the nation's counties.
What Now? Realtors
Firm Might Build
Roads in Loudoun
Over the past 4 years, Loudoun has grown 41%, a
sobering change when compared to other counties in the region:
Prince William County
Frederick County, MD
Montgomery County, MD
There is no doubt that Loudoun’s residents, roads, and budget are being
burdened with the DC metro region’s population increases. Is this fair
or equitable? There are many places in the Washington region willing and able to
absorb their fair share of the new growth, and locate the growth in more
appropriate places and closer to job centers.
How is Loudoun's 41% growth rate impacting you, your
spouse and children, and your quality of life? How would you like to
see your community grow in the coming years? What does your community
need? Tell us, and please let
us know if we can use your stories and ideas on our webpage. We
will post your thoughts on an upcoming community forum on our website.
4. Community Meeting
Wednesday, April 20, 2005
Club Clubhouse [Directions]
Ashburn Fire Dept. Social Hall [20688
Ashburn Road in old town Ashburn between Rt. 7
Monday, May 9,
Stone Bridge High School
Saturday, June 4,
Farmwell Station Middle School
Thursday, June 9,
Belmont Ridge Middle School
5. Message from Supervisor
I am pleased to announce that I will be holding five
community meetings throughout the Broad Run District over the next few
months. Please see the attached Press Release for information on
the topics, dates, and locations. I encourage you to attend one of these
meetings and pass along this information to your friends and neighbors. With
active participation from the community, we can work together to ensure that
Ashburn will continue to be a great place to live, work, and play!
The attached file is in PDF format. If you do not have
Adobe Reader, please visit http://www.adobe.com to download the free
The Broad Run District Newsletter will return soon with
updates on the latest news from the Board of Supervisors.
Lori L. Waters
Loudoun County Board of Supervisors
Broad Run District
Campaign for Loudoun's Future
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