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June 20, 2008

I attended the Park View High School graduation at the Patriot Center and also worked until 3 a.m. at the all night graduation party hosted by parents for the 2008 graduating class. Then I entered the "lions den" in Washingon, D.C."

>>> 8:40 PM on Politics Hour Tonight

On 88.5 FM WAMU NPR radio at 8:40 p.m. tonight will rebroadcast the exchange between 3 reporters and Sterling Supervisor Eugene Delgaudio over illegal aliens and the push this week to clean up Sterling District.

The Kojo Nnamdi Show airs on WAMU, the NPR affiliate, weekdays, starts at noon. The live magazine program highlights news, political issues and social trends of the day.

The Politics Hour has Kojo Nnamdi as host, with guest reporters Tom Sherwood, NBC TV 4 reporter; Columnist for the Current Newspapers and Michael Neibauer, Reporter, DC Examiner.

Today as one of their guests they hosted me to talk about deporting illegal aliens, fighting crime, reducing overcrowding, getting rid of cars on front lawns, reducing garbage dumped on streets and getting grass cut in Sterling and Loudoun.

I give credit to all the work of citizens in Sterling, on the record. And we are long overdue on services in STerling and I put a call for action to you to keep up the public demand for action by the Loudoun Establishment.


To hear the segment with Eugene Delgaudio (until we separate the one portion) click on real audio or windows media.

This link is available now 24 hours a day to hear the Delgaudio on NPR program. Thank you.

Several citizens have called me to tell me it is a extremely lively discussion for 15 minutes with many listeners throughout the Washington region.

In recent weeks, interviews with me have been on Ch. 5, Chan. 7, and in many newspapers over Sterling efforts to improve our way of life and Board of Supervisor and other efforts to get rid of abandoned cars, high grass and crime. Chan. 4 news cameras also recorded todays 15 live exchange with 3 reporters.

>>>Radio Amateur Field Day is June 28th 2:00PM to 2:00PM June 29th

The Sterling Park Amateur Radio Club will conduct their annual Field Day at Park View High School this coming week-end where we will set up our antennas, emergency power, and communications equipment to check out our emergency preparedness by communicating with radio amateurs all over the world.  The exercise starts at 2:00PM Saturday June 21st and runs until 2:00PM on Sunday June 22nd.


An Ashburn teen missing since June 6th was located Tuesday night at a local shopping center. Ivonne Anahi Rigalt, 15, was located at the Ashburn Village Shopping Center last night safe and sound. Local newspapers will report this next week.


The Loudoun Sheriff's Office is investigating the death of an 19-year-old South Riding man whose body was found in the parking lot of an elementary school.    
The teen, Peter Johannes Cathcart Vold, was found around 2:20 AM Wednesday in the parking lot of Little River Elementary School on Hyland Hills Street. There were no signs of trauma and foul play is not suspected.


That's the night of the report by county staff on what they can do to improve Sterling. Five different legislative actions have been taken this week and last week with July 15 reporting deadlines for Staff and this July 22 meeting is critical for you to hear the recommendations. Park View High School, 6:30 p.m. July 22.

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