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Cuccinelli Rides to Loudoun's Rescue, Tag Day September 18, Sign the Save Christmas Petition

August 31, 2010

August 31, 2010

Dear Sterling American

First crime reports.

Holiday Drive, Sterling incident

Robbery (Update): The second suspect in an armed robbery that occurred earlier this week was apprehended on August 26th.

South Cottage Road Sobriety Checkpoint on August 27

The Loudoun County Sheriff's Office conducted a sobriety checkpoint on the listed date at the listed location. A total of 395 vehicles passed through and four vehicles were further screened. One driver was charged with DUI, one charged with driving on a suspended license (DUI Related) and two underage possession of alcohol.

Sterling August 29 -3 in the morning.

E. Beech Rd./N. Fillmore Ave./N. Kennedy Rd./N. Concord Ct./N. Cameron
Destruction of Property: The windows of sixteen vehicles were smashed in the area of the listed locations.


Here is a report on a hero.

AG Cucinelli Rides To the Rescue of Religious Liberty On a White Horse.

Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli recieved some stiff kicks from anti-religious freedom forces upset with his opinion that the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors is really under no obligation to abolish religious freedom. The AG
wrote a five page opinion in response to an inquiry from PW-Loudoun Delegate Bob Marshall, a past candidate for U.S. Senator in Virginia.

A complete copy of the opinion is posted here.
http://www.oag.state.va.us/OPINIONS/2010opns/10-067-Marshall.pdf


>>>Chesapeake Bay Act Is Monstrous Disruption

My short take as published in next weeks Loudoun Times Mirror

The CBPA is a monstrous disruption of Sterling residents. Less than a fraction of a per cent of all run-off goes into the bay. We should not outlaw landscaping, doghouses, pools, sidewalks, roads, patios, playsets due to the prohibitive permit fees and punish taxpayers with a giant tax increase.


>>>Look for the Delgaudio Letter This Week
WITH THE FORBIDDEN MAP OF How The Ches Bay Tax Increase Affects STERLING

A district wide mailing that is partly devoted to explaining the Chesapeake Bay ordinance including a map that the county refused to make available to the general public on their government website and still refuse to post online.

>>>NEVER BEFORE SEEN PHOTO OF MAP

A photograph has been made of the map showing the impact of the legislation on Sterling since the county refuses to provide an electronic copy of the map or post a map showing how Sterling is impacted.

Any street with yellow or green (HALF of Sterling) will have to pay a fee AND prepare plans to address new regulations from the county of Loudoun. Is your street marked on the map?
http://joineugene.com/photogallery/photo.php?id=6987

LIBERAL MAJORITY: NIGHTMARES ON END
http://joineugene.com/news/article.php?article=6042

*FACTS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT LOUDOUN'S CHESAPEAKE BAY ORDINANCE*
http://joineugene.com/news/article.php?article=5985

LIBERALS DENY MASSIVE LAND GRAB INCLUDES YOUR PROPERTY
http://joineugene.com/news/article.php?article=5865

GREENIES WANT $5500 OF YOUR MONEY
http://joineugene.com/news/article.php?article=5862

Besides Join Eugene Dot Com there are two major websites critical of the proposed Chesapeake Bay Tax Increase Act.

http://www.lecva.org/important-facts/

http://bigloudoun.com/


>>>PLEASE SIGN THE PETITION TO SAVE CHRISTMAS

Petition to Continue Freedom of Religious Expression in Loudoun County, specifically the traditional Christmas Tree, Nativity Scene and Menorah on the Leesburg Courthouse lawn
http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/Keep-Christmas-in-Leesburg/


Park View HS Band TAG DAY SEPTEMBER 18
First Performance September 10 At Park View HS Game

Tag Day is a long-standing donation collection conducted by all Park View band students within the Sterling community.

Students canvass the neighborhoods in small groups, each led by a parent chaperone. Last year, our students entertained their donors with songs, skits, and jingles they devised as part of a contest to see who could be the most creative.

The Band and parents are grateful to our Sterling neighbors who often anticipate our annual arrival by leaving donations in envelopes on their doors for us and take time to mail donations in the envelopes we leave on their door if they are not at home.

The generosity of the Sterling communityhas allowed the band booster organization (Band Aides) to meet all the needs of the band program that were not covered by county funding. This year, Tag Day will be held on Saturday, September 18th. If someone is not visited by a student group and would like to make a donation, it can be mailed to Park View Bands, Park View High School, 400 W. Laurel Ave., Sterling, VA 20164.

The first band performance of the year is on Friday, September 10th at the Park View football game. The Marching Patriots can be seen and heard in the annual Columbus Day parade on October 9th, with a special appearance at Sterlingfest to follow. The schedule of performances for Concert, Symphonic, and Jazz bands can be found on the school's web page under "Activities." We appreciate the support and encouragement of the Sterling community.

31 Photos Posted of Sterling Sheriff's Substation Ceremony
http://joineugene.com/photogallery/gallery.php?id=477


COUNTY BOARD IS CONSIDERING ABOLITION OF CHRISTMAS
Public Input September 7
Legislation To Abolish Christmas September 8

I am writing with a report to you and then a request to pass on to your neighbors regarding a petition and "public input" on Tuesday September 7. Thanks to many of you it will be a packed board room.

Thank you very much to those of you who extended understanding and prayers in response to my earlier email.
Board members are denying they are out to abolish religious freedom. That is not a suprise to me.

If the public forum is abolished at the courthouse for religious displays, they will not stop there.

For a previous August 7 report on the attempt to destroy Christmas in Sterling and Loudoun, go to
http://joineugene.com/news/article.php?article=6118

Keep Loudoun Free To Worship, July 12 report
http://joineugene.com/news/article.php?article=6026

Sign This Petition to Continue Freedom of Religious Expression in Loudoun County,
http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/Keep-Christmas-in-Leesburg/

Permission granted to send this to your Christmas List online now.

EUGENE DELGAUDIO
STERLING DISTRICT

Friends of Eugene Delgaudio http://joineugene.com/ (a campaign committee sponsored site)
eugenedelgaudio@erols.com (e-mail address)
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