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Santa Claus Asked To Testify Before County Supervisors

July 11, 2002

SANTA AGREES TO VISIT BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MONDAY, JULY 15

(Sterling, Virginia) In a statement released today by Sterling Supervisor Eugene Delgaudio, a member of the Loudoun Board of Supervisors, Delgaudio said the following:

STATEMENT

I invited him and he is my guest. Today, Santa Claus, otherwise known as Saint Nicholas, has announced that he will visit the Loudoun Board of Supervisors meeting in the Government Center in Leesburg, Virginia on Monday, July 15 at 9:00 a.m. EST.

Santa Claus will speak during the public comment part of the agenda shortly after the 9:00 a.m. start of the board of supervisors. Santa Claus is extremely upset that the county board of supervisors is considering regulations that will abolish Christmas lights and lighted Santas in Sterling, Virginia and all of Loudoun County. Santa Claus is also concerned about the lack of security for the parents of children that he brings presents to later in the year and is concerned about not being able to find Loudoun County if the forces of darkness shut out all the festive lights.

The Leesburg Government center is located on Harrison Street and the Board of Supervisors room is on the main floor off the main lobby on the first floor.

Santa Claus is staying at a local home and will be available after his comments on Monday after his testimony.

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OTHER ARTICLES ON THE PROPOSED LIGHTING ORDINANCES IN LOUDOUN COUNTY, VA.

THIS MEANS WAR

In this weeks editorial in the Loudoun Easterner Newspaper, editor Mr. Geddie writes "This means war. .............You will take my Santa when you pry it from our cold, dead paws." For the full text of the editorial under "In This Corner" please visit http://www.easterner.com/

TODAYS WASHINGTON POST

To see a full story published by the Washington Post today, and posted on the internet,concerning the forces of darkness descending on Loudoun County, please visit http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/metro/va/loudoun/

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