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New Board Sworn In

December 22, 2007

Merry Christmas and Seasons Greetings again.

The new board of supervisors was sworn in today at 10 a.m. by Judge Thomas Horne. Rev. Arle Whitlow did the invocation. This new board takes office January 1st at 12:01 A.M. with its first meeting on January 3rd, 2008.

View some photos from today.

Other news:

>>>>>Sheriff's Office Continues Search for Missing 16 YO Gary Lee Henry

The Sheriff's Office continues to search for a South Riding teenager who is possibly endangered due to the winter weather conditions.

Gary Lee Henry, 16, left his residence on December 11th. He was last known to be in the CountrySide area of Sterling and may be staying in vacant buildings or closed community pool houses. The Sheriff's Office is concerned for his well-being due to the cold conditions and the possibility he is living in buildings without heat.

Henry is described as a White male, 5'6" tall, with brown hair and brown eyes.

Anyone with information about Gary's whereabouts is asked to contact Investigator C. Perinis at 703-777-0475 or by contacting the Sheriff's Office 24-hour-non-emergency-line at 703-777-1021.

>>>The Russians are Visiting Middleburg for a Christmas Tree

I got this from the county website so it must be true. Representatives from the Russian Embassy will visit the Middleburg Christmas Tree Farm at 10:00 a.m., Friday, December 28, 2007, to choose and cut an enormous Norway spruce for the Russian Orthodox Church's Christmas celebration on January 7, 2008. So now when you hear about "the collectivist elite" in Middleburg, we know the Russians know where to go. Thank you.

>>>Sterling Boulevard Quarterly Cleanup, January 12

Sterling Boulevard Cleanup, Saturday, January 12, 9 a.m. to noon. Volunteers needed. Meet at Park View Recycling Center (400 W Laurel Ave.) to receive orange bags, safety vests, and instructions. Please bring gloves.

>>>Board Adopts Planned Development-Mixed Use Business Zoning District

The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday approved an amendment to the Loudoun County Zoning Ordinance to create a Planned Development-Mixed Use Business Zoning District. The county refuses to post my "no" vote. So I will tell members of the press: please note that Delgaudio voted 'No". I voted "no" because I believe this new Mixed Use district set up, part of which partly borders along Sterling on the south (along the W and OD Trail), that there is enough business use around Sterling Park and not enough buffer for the noise and the increasing of density for business, and, more residential use. Any proposal would have to come before the full board of supervisors in the future.

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