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Delgaudio in the News: Eugene Delgaudio Voting No To Destroying Christmas And Running Up 4 Billion Fixed Rail Debt On Top of Sterling's Drivers

November 22, 2011

Earlier, I wrote thousands of supporters this firsthand and the news media is now following up with coverage so that millions of Washington area residents are learning about

1.) the high debt load of the metro for Loudoun's two stations and the high cost of $17 one way tolls for Sterling drivers and

2.) how the outgoing Loudoun board took away the original space (one of ten spaces, leaving 9 spaces open) for the 20 year tradition of the nativity at the Courthouse.

Supervisors approve new Metrorail agreement

The vote was 7 to 2 to approve with Supervisors Jim Burton (I-Blue Ridge) and Eugene Delgaudio (R-Sterling) opposed, saying the cost to Loudoun taxpayers is too great and there's too much uncertainty still in the project.

Loudoun Board Backs New Rail Deal

Delgaudio continued to voice his opposition to the entire rail project, calling it a "failed economic model" that has not limit to its costs. "You're making the people who drive cars to pay for your dreams. ... You impose on the people who drive cars this fantasy, which is unworkable and is only catering to the big developers."

Examiner Local Editorial: Loudoun Board's haste covers up Dulles Rail waste


Only Supervisors Eugene Delgaudio, R-Sterling, and Jim Burton, I-Blue Ridge, had the courage and sense to refuse to rubber-stamp a project that the county's own study found will cost more than Loudoun receives back in related economic development.

Read more at the Washington Examiner:

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It's That Time Of Year: Controversial Courthouse Displays Back For 2011

The Board of Supervisors voted 6-3 to follow the arborist and the committee's advice, with Supervisors Lori Waters (R-Broad Run), Eugene Delgaudio (R-Sterling) and Vice Chairman Susan Klimek Buckley (D-Sugarland Run) voting no.

The first applicant for a display is given their first choice of display site, and this year, the crèche that usually uses that location was the first to apply.

Holiday Season Brings New Turmoil over Loudoun Courthouse Displays

County Supervisor Eugene Delgaudio, a Republican who represents Sterling, is one of the board members who voted against the measure. He said the board wrote up restrictions that only allow the displays to sit on top of the dirt and that the tree is too far from road or sidewalk to be disturbed.

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