You Saved Phil Bolen Park!
Andrea McGimseyThanks to an enormous amount of citizen input, the scheme to swap Phil Bolen Park for a huge suburban development has been withdrawn.

The developer plans to pitch another version of the project, so we need to stay vigilant, but this win is a significant milestone:

Congratulations to everyone who spoke up and especially to the citizens who worked so hard to get the word out to their neighbors and elected officials, especially Citizens for a Better Leesburg.

Citizens are making a difference!

Press coverage:

Creekside Off Table; Now What?
By Anne Keisman, Loudoun Times-Mirror

Developer Backs Off Plan to Swap Loudoun Parkland
By Michael Laris, The Washington Post


Andrea McGimsey
Campaign for Loudoun's Future
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