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Happy New Year 2010!

January 1, 2010


If you are still singing here's a listing of 106 Christmas songs, lyrics and text to the songs.

See Photo:Santa Claus Is Welcomed To Sterling by Sup. Delgaudio

>>> Little Bear Cheers Up New Year's Day

I know you will enjoy this card. It is a link to a cartoon Happy New Year celebration. You pop the baloons with your "needle" in a countdown and then the fireworks begin.

You get to set off your own firecrackers by clicking on the curser which becomes a firecracker. Good for all ages. And you can replay.,,16961_rs,00.swf


I will be 55 years old on Jan. 7 and 2010 will mark my tenth year as your Sterling Supervisor.

On January 7, 2010 you are invited to Glory Days Grill in Sterling on Dranesville Road at 6:30 p.m. to share some birthday cake and hear a special announcement regarding my future plans. RESERVE today by emailing me "Yes I will attend your 55th Birthday Party For Re-election". Thank you.

Please let me know if you can come. Thanks.

Thank you to those of you who have been generous and sent a donation.



The Loudoun County Sheriff's Office, Crime Prevention Unit will be conducting an Introduction to Neighborhood Watch class on Saturday, January 9th at 10:30 a.m. at the Sterling Community Center located at 120 Enterprise Street in Sterling, VA.

This event is an informational class for members of the public seeking additional information on the Neighborhood Watch Program and what is required to start a Neighborhood Watch group in Loudoun County. The class covers topics such as crime psychology, prevention techniques, organization of a watch, educational opportunities, and tips on working with the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office.

This class is conducted by Deputy Specialist J.D. Spurlock who has received awards for his blunt talk.


Along with the new substation, every neighborhood must continue to operate a Neighborhood Watch in 2010. There will continue to be an entire program in 2010 of welcoming local Loudoun County deputies and hosting self-defense classes.

And in Sterling Park we will continue to invite federal and state law enforcement officials to come any time they want to clean up. Some liberals want to know "when" they come and seem to want me to stop inviting them (I am not making this up).

Stevens Miller recently mocked me and asked me to arrange for "any" federal agency to explain when they visit, and to plot how to get them to notify Loudoun BEFORE they visit.

Miller was upset about an unexpected visit in his neighborhood by federal agents. My response was "MOST federal investigations can not be locally coordinated". Ironic that this advice has to be said publicly to people who should know better.


For those of you thinking that I am complacent about "misconduct", here is the link to the procedure for filing a complaint about misconduct by federal officers acting on warrants filed by the Department of Justice.

Office of Professional Responsibility Procedures

How to File A complaint

And I say to Stephens Miller and all who have complaints about federal officials please file the above forms. Don't ask me to help try to impose new regulations in order to stop Federal law enforcement coming to Sterling.

Based on most of the feedback, Miller may be one of a handful who complain when federal law enforcement agents arrive in Sterling.

I am not complaining when I ask federal officials to help us with people committing crimes in Sterling. And they come.

I am going to fight crime being committed here in Sterling by simply asking everybody to call the federal agencies.

I think we need every federal agency possible coming here.

You, all Sterling Americans, have also been emphatically told by the FBI's top agent that you have his Washington office at your call also.

Their number is (202) 278-2000 and their website is

My new years resolution: I am bound and determined to keep up with the policies of pro-active support for law enforcement and not allow local ill-informed officials make Sterling go back to the dark ages of increased crime and no outside help.

>>> THIS UPDATE on State Police:

Part of the outside forces here in Sterling are the state police. Part of the state police duties besides patrolling the state highways in this area are to check on parolled SEX OFFENDERS residing here. They check on them periodically.

Checking the sex offender registry is always a good thing. 38 are posted for Sterling Park,zip code 21064, some are "wanted" and their work and home addresses are now listed. (Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry)

There will be no shirking around here. If any Sterling American wishes to call the FBI or any federal or state law enforcment agent, you have my assurance you have my support and the entire community's appreciation for doing so.

Just remember to keep things off the lawn so they don't trip on the way to complete an investigation. Thank you.

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