County Government Center, Leesburg
Tell the Supervisors "No CBPO!"
Tuesday, January 18
The public input meeting for the Chesapeake Bay Preservation Ordinance is January 18th at 7 pm. You will need to sign up TODAY, to get a speaking slot. Speakers will have 2 minutes to make their remarks.
Stakeholder recently reached consensus (agreed to be 2/3 or more in favor) on only 7 issues out of more than 40 that they determined they wanted to consider.
Please call, email or sign up to speak in opposition to the CBPO. View the LCRC resolution on the CBPO at http://loudoungop.com/about/resolution.php?id=838.
CBPO Public Hearing
Tuesday, January 18
7PM - ?
County Government Center
Board of Supervisors Room
Leesburg VA 20175
There is a online petition against the CBPO at www.lecva.org. Click on the "Petition" button in the bar along the top of the home page.
There is a wealth of a wealth of information regarding the CBPO ('The Act") at www.lecva.org, and http://www.bigloudoun.com/ which you can use to educate yourself about the this important matter. The Act is a highly complex and expensive government program that is not needed for Loudoun. It is is not based on proper science, and does little or nothing for the Bay. What the program does do is tie up land, impose high economic costs and difficult regulatory burdens on owners, and discourages economic development in one of the worst economies in our nation's history.
If you would like more information or talking points please email Rob Jesionowski
at firstname.lastname@example.org or Ryan Gleason at email@example.com
Next LCRC General Meeting
Monday, January 31, 7:30pm
Harper Park Middle School
701 Potomac Station Drive
Leesburg VA 20176
|Loudoun County Redistricting: 2011
Many plans - no census data, yet
The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors has begun the process of redistricting
The Board of Supervisors is accepting submissions from the public of alternative redistricting scenarios/plans. The BOS staff has submitted 9 separate plans
. The actual census data has not yet arrived. Loudoun has been one of the fasting growing counties for the past ten years.
The Board is scheduled to next discuss redistricting scenarios/plans at its January 19, 2011, and February 1, 2011, meetings. The Board will also take input from citizens at its March 7, 2011, public hearing.
The actual census data is expected to be available some time during the middle of February. The final plan will be dependent primarily on two key factors, the actual Decennial Census
data, and the guidelines from the Voting Rights Act
. The VA State House and Senate at this point is not interested in splitting precincts. This may complicate the task further.
|Loudoun County Republican Womens Club To Discuss Redistricting
First meeting of 2011
Please join Linda Kivi Porter, President of the LCRWC
for an exciting presentation by Suzanne Volpe, title, on
"Redistricting and How it will affect you"
This meeting will be held at the Rust Library in the great room on Thursday, JAN 27th 2011, from 11:30-3:00PM.
11:30 - noon :: Social time/set up
Noon-12:30 :: Business portion of the meeting (or less) - voting to approve 2011 club budget
12:30-2:00 :: Program/Q&A
2:00-3:00 :: Optional - Activities Time
The optional activities shall consist of the LCRWC putting together small care packages for women that will be delivered to various shelters throughout Loudoun County
|Loudoun High School Republican Plan Trip to Richmond
Excursion planned for Jan 27th
The Stone Bridge and Briar Woods High School Young Republicans will be going to Richmond to meet our delegates, state senator and Lieutenant Governor on Thursday, January 27.
High school students wishing to go with us on our charter bus should email
Bill Wilkin this week. Or send him a message on facebook
The group is chartering a bus for $30 per person. No expense to the tax payer.
P.O. Box 547
Leesburg, Virginia 20178