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March 13, 2009

In honor of St. Patrick's Day, next Tuesday, March 17, the masthead is GREEN for this week.

Two days after St. Patricks Day, on Thursday, March 19 at 7 p.m. the office of Supervisor Delgaudio will conduct a teleconference Town Hall meeting. I will call you on the phone and I will ask you to answer the phone. If you have time and can punch a button, you will join the call. If you have a question to ask, punch another button. That's it.

All questions can be answered in order. I will give a short five to 7 minute summary of the progress being made on projects in Sterling, budget discussions and community concerns and then open up to questions.
And you don't have to leave your house.
>>>Procedure for Teleconference

If I have called you in the past, then I should have your phone number somewhere. To make sure or to refer a friend for this Sterling Supervisor Teleconference, hit reply on this electronic newsletter and give me your name and phone nuber in the subject heading with the words "Call (your name) (your area code and phone number).

Thanks. Then I will make sure you get the call Thursday March 19.

If you have technical or other questions about this please call by telephone 703-771-5189 and ask a member of my staff in Leesburg about it.

>>>"Generosity Can" Unleashed in Loudoun County

In response to Congressman Frank Wolf's call for help, "Generosity Can", a new community impact initiative of Enrich NOVA, is working with Dominion High School and community members to restock Loudoun Interfaith Relief's food pantry by filling clean trashcans with fresh food.

For this project, a Sterling resident has supplied "Generosity Can" with over 100 trashcans (sic) to be placed in Dominion High School, one for each club house. Throughout the next month, Dominion students are collecting and filling their trashcans (sic) with food. NOVA residents who have registered a clean houshold trashcan (sic) with are also participating in this project.

>>>progress at Sheriff Substation Construction Site

Yesterday (Thursday) a digging crew cut through a Verizon phone cable while digging into the street to tap into the water main.  It affected parts of Rolling Woods and the elementary school but all was repaired and back in working order as of last evening around 7 PM.  It appeared that Ms. Utility overlooked the line when marking off the property.  All the plumbing and electrical infrastructure that has to go into the floor is complete and they are preparing to pour the concrete slab for the floor next week.  Then we should see walls going up shortly afterward. The big job lately has been getting fill dirt hauled in to raise the parking lot up to grade.

The building is on schedule to be opened January 2010.


The filing deadline for the 2009 Republican Convention in Richmond is 6:00 p.m., this Saturday, March 14.

Most Sterling Republicans leave 7 a.m. Saturday May 30 and arrive 10 a.m. Satruday May 30 for a one day trip.
I am supporting Ken Cuccinelli for Attorney General and will just attend Saturday with other members of my family who will also be delegates.

The delegate filing form you will need to complete and return to be a delegate at the 2009 Republican Convention is here.

Again, all filing forms must be received (postmarks DO NOT govern) by Saturday, March 14, at 6:00 p.m.  Forms may be returned to Jeff Maged at 19976 Augusta Village Place, Ashburn, VA 20147.  Call 703-723-8192 with questions.

Or call me, Eugene Delgaudio,  at 703-421-4599 at home.

Or call Suzanne Volpe and have her deliever the form 703-406-6147 prior to 1 p.m. Saturday.


Rep. Frank Wolf (R-10th) today once again asked the U.S. State Department to help resolve questions surrounding the content of textbooks being used at the two Islamic Saudi Academy campuses in northern Virginia.

Wolf's latest letter, the seventh on the issue in less than a year, comes as the Associated Press reported today that, "while the Islamic Saudi Academy deleted some of the most contentious passages from the texts, copies provided to the Associated Press show that enough sensitive material remains to fuel critics who claim the books show intolerance toward those who do not follow strict interpretations of Islam."


Great news from embattled conservatives in Annandale, Fairfax. We just added another elected Republican in Fairfax - John Cook!  John won Tuesday's special election to become the first Republican Braddock District Supervisor in history,

Thank you for letting me work for you in Sterling District and Loudoun County.

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