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December 2, 2003

Supervisor Eugene Delgaudios CHRISTMAS PARTY---All Faiths Welcome

You are invited to a Christmas Party on Saturday, December 6th, 2003 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Jimmy Gs Restaurant in the Community Plaza Shopping Center, under the Clock Tower on Route 7,in Sterling (opposite Burlington Coat Factory).

I will provide Pizza, salads and soda. This event is limited to the first 100, so RSVP by phone 703-421-4599 or simply hit reply and say in the subject line or comment "MERRY CHRISTMAS EUGENE, RSVP FOR NUMBER ON DEC. 6" .

There are 25 people who have responded, thank you for that. Please tell me if you are coming.

Christmas Carols will be sung. Any other seasonal hymn or song is welcome and will be sung , so make some copies. Dress:Casual ADMISSION: FREE


All six of the newly elected Republican Supervisors will be sworn in at one location at one time.

That's me, your Sterling Supervisor, Eugene Delgaudio, and Jim Clem, Mick Staton, Steve Snow, Bruce Tulloch and Lori Waters.

You are invited. The Swearing In Ceremony is on Tuesday, December 16, from 5 to 7 p.m. with the actual ceremony at 5:45 p.m. sharp. It will be Lansdown Resort at 44050 Woodbridge Parkway in Landsdowne, Virginia. There will be light refreshments and lots of Republican celebrities.

Should HHMC Get $6 million tax cut?

Big Gun Liberals Coming Out to Say "YES"

The Howard Hughes Medical Center Request to grant a full county tax exemption will be Number One on the agenda at 6:30 p.m. tonight.

Yesterday, 20 HHMC executives appeared at a Finance and Government Committee meeting to give a short 30 minute discussion on the topic.

Most of the public has been speaking against it. If you have an opinion, please get to the Public Hearing tonight. It will be Number One on the agenda. There is a lot of big gun Liberal Establishment types (School Board Superintendent Ed Hatrick and Governor Mark Warner's Commerce Secretary) coming in to say how this giant mega endowment foundation should be granted a tax exemption.

A Constituent wrote me "It's reverse Robinhood. The Howard Hughes Medical Center is asking the Board of Supervisors to raise $6 million per year in extra taxes on the poor and middle-class in order to subsidize a $10 billion operation."

Both County treasurer Roger Zurn and, tonight, the Loudoun County Republican Committee have urged that this is a lot of money for a well-off institution to ask Loudoun taxpayers to pay. Let me know where you stand.

articles or letters on this topic: A Break For Hughes? Massive Research Institute Seeks Local Tax Exemption

Former Chairman candidate Bob Gordon Blasts HHMC proposal

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