newly-elected Board of Supervisors took
office January 1st, and we are excited that they are already working
on many of the issues outlined in our Platform
for Loudoun's Future.
At their first
meeting, our county leaders demonstrated a commitment to
citizen participation, public transparency, and meeting the needs
of our existing communities. They:
it easier for citizens to speak up by
providing more evening opportunities for public comment,
pledge to make our county government more transparent,
discussion on the suburban community
which will identify existing needs in our suburban
Loudoun's history and rural tourism by adopting
a resolution of
support for the Journey
Through Hallowed Ground, and
powers, which were
stripped by the last Board of Supervisors.
are still 30,000+
new houses in the pipeline along with a looming budget shortfall
of $251 million, due in part to Loudoun's fast growth during the
task is to meet these challenges while addressing the needs
of existing residents. The
new Board of Supervisors needs our input and participation to
chart a course that effectively responds to our priorities.
will ensure adequate services for existing communities, good
design for new development, and a more progressive transportation
plan that emphasizes local street connections, pedestrian/bicycle
friendliness, transit, and traffic reduction.
We promise to keep you informed, as always.
Best wishes for healthy and happy 2008,
Coalition for Smarter Growth
On behalf of the Campaign for Loudoun's Future
Now it's easier to speak up
new Board of Supervisors wants to hear from you! They
changed public comment from Tuesday mornings
to Monday evenings. And, as always, you can watch
Meeting Calendar (Word)
1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month
9:00 AM (previously 9:30 AM)
Mondays* before business meetings at 6:30 PM
*Except on Monday holidays. Public comment is then heard at
the Tuesday business meeting.
the Monday following the first business meeting at 6:30 PM
New Loudoun Board
out which district you live in
of Supervisors can be reached by calling their comment line at
emailing them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
know which district you live in?
is no quick, easy way to find out. Here are your options:
1. Look at this
map. Or, click on a district map in the table above -- you
zoom in to see more detail.
2. If you can't tell by looking at the maps, call the Voter Registration
Office at 703-777-0380. They are happy to assist you.
Together, We're Fighting to Protect the Quality of Life in Loudoun
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