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More Access To Sterling's Park Planned

September 30, 2010

Floodwatch Alert In Loudoun
LCSO Announces 34th Women's Self-Defense

HISTORIC: More Access To Claude Moore Park from Sterling Park
Ches Bay Hearing 100 Protests What's next?
CA Jim Plowman : Leesburg Man to Serve 20 Years
STERLINGFEST Saturday October 9th
Sidewalks at Williamsburg

Floodwatch Alert In Loudoun

The national weather service has issued flood warnings for rivers and streams in this entire area. We need the rain, but please be careful.


Last Thursday, a large welcome from Sterling residents was given to the proposal to reduce spending and reduce taxes at the federal level which was announced in Sterling, Virginia at the Tart Lumber wharehouse. Newsweek, Time magazine and several national news shows reported favorably on Sterling. So congratulations to Tart Lumber, the Republicans for picking Sterling and the neighbors and friends who helped make Sterling shine to the USA.

JOHN BOEHNER the minority leader came over and we presented him with the "Silver Tea Kettle" to stand firm for our values and to reduce taxes and spending-- not to back down. Leader Boehner accepted the award and said he will bring it with him all across the country.

LCSO Announces 34th Women's Self-Defense Workshop is NOW FULL!!

The Loudoun Sheriff's Office announced their 34th Women's Self-Defense Workshop to be held Monday, October 4, 2010 is now full.

HISTORIC: Upcoming 2 Nights Public Input October 12 and 13 at 7 p.m.
More Access To Claude Moore Park from Sterling Park

Its not posted on the home page of the Loudoun County website or in any news releases yet.

But I have been told letters are going out inviting the public (that's you) to comment on proposed pedestrian paths INTO Claude Moore Park from the residential areas of Sterling Park, throughout the park and to facilitate walkers on all sides.

At last we have a plan to give access to Sterling Park to this Park that borders our neighborhoods.

The "public input" will explain the paths and the scope of the current recommendations which include 2 new paths from established Sterling neighborhoods which have had little but dirt footpaths prevously into the park. We will now be connected with a bike and pedestrian path to the park.

Option A -Construction of a multi-use trail along the access road from W. Juniper Avenue to the Football Field Parking Lot.

Option B -Installation of a signaled crosswalk at the intersection of Church Road and Aspen Avenue N.

There will be two separate meetings at 7 p.m. on Tuesday October 12th and Wednesday October 13th at the Claude Moore Recreation Center to discuss these plans.

Ches Bay Hearing 100 Protests What's next?

The Ches. Bay Ordinance is a tremendous inferno of over-regulation, fees, taxes and outright interference in our lives and control of our properties.

After 100 other speakers, most of them condemning it spoke, the county has continued to push the Ches. Bay Act. The board voted five yes to send it to the Land Use Committee with a deadline of returning it back to the board for action at "year's end".

The bill is a fraud as staff members admitted after a majority of citizens condemned it in testimony last Tuesday afternoon. They admitted that the Ches. Bay Act as written and proposed would not help the Bay and was being used to regulate "stream quality." (The Ches.Bay Act was enacted for THE BAY)

It seems a board majority embraces this open fraud and unfair process. Until we reverse that, we must continue to fight it.

CA Jim Plowman : Leesburg Man to Serve 20 Years for Child Sexual Abuse

Commonwealth Attorney James Plowman reports that Alcides De Jesus Guerra, 41, of Guatemala, appeared in Loudoun County Circuit Court for sentencing stemming from the rape of an 11 year old family member.

Guerra was sentenced to serve 20 years in the Virginia Department of Corrections. A Federal Immigration Detainer was placed on the defendant by the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office and will trigger his deportation upon completion of his prison term. Guerra has been in the country illegally for 15 years.

STERLINGFEST Saturday October 9th

The parade by the Knights of Columbus will begin at 10 p.m. starting at Park View HS and ending at Holly Avenue. Then the Sterlingfest street fair will begin at 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. There is a lot of entertainment. The Park View HS band will play this year at Sterlingfest. There will be 100 booths. See you there.

Sidewalks at Williamsburg - FINALLY.

The Land Use Committee of the Board of Supervisors approved the final design and recommended funding of $45,000 to build the sidewalks by Williamsburg Road and Sterling Blvd. This was held up by VDOT as they changed their regulations concerning handicapped ramps. Construction will begin shortly. This is a 300 foot section that will connect to the W and OD trail.



October 2, 2010 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. Main Hall - Cascades Senior Center
21060 Whitfield Place Sterling, VA 20165 Individual Tickets $35.00

You will have a great time. Cong. Frank Wolf will speak and a top state GOP officeholder will be there. No need to RSVP, please just bring your money. I will see you there.


Rep. Frank Wolf (VA-10) today called for the third time on the Obama administration to create an Afghanistan-Pakistan Study Group (APSG), modeled after the Iraq Study Group, to bring "fresh eyes" to the war effort in Afghanistan. Wolf first asked the president to create an APSG on August 4 and again on August 19.

Wolf cited author Bob Woodward's new revelations regarding the infusion of political calculations into the formation of the Obama administration's Afghanistan strategy as evidence of a flawed process on a paramount matter of national security.


Come enjoy a full day of great marching music and showmanship at Park View's football stadium on Sat., Oct. 16th! Numerous bands of all sizes will be participating in this USSBA event which is a joint fund raiser for Park View Bands and the Patriots Club. Please come out to support our programs and enjoy the day!

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