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Delgaudio Alert: Drunk Tank Eliminated..... 24 hour-ON LINE Complaints Forms Back-- Reduce Overcrowding and "Tall Grass", etc. DOMINION HS AND PARK VIEW HS PROJECT GRAD NEWS

March 26, 2012


STERLING'S "ON LINE" COMPLAINTS BACK IN SERVICE

The one stop on-line location for zoning, garbage, tall grass, commercial trucks in the residentail areas and overcrowding complaints is back on-line. "John" called me and told me it was lost and now it is found on the new formated website. Thank you John.

Sterling ".... has developed an online system that allows members of the public to submit requests for service and reports of concern to the county government for follow-up and resolution. The types of requests and concerns that can be reported using this system are listed here. "

http://www.loudoun.gov/index.aspx?nid=265

Sterling Job Fair Notice In The Mail

Every household in the 40,000 resident Sterling district received a white post card from "Supervisor Eugene Delgaudio" telling them about the two Sterling job fairs for Sterling residents this Wednesday March 28 and on Monday April 2.


Sterling Job Fair Number One
This Wednesday March 28 10 AM-2 p.m.

The Loudoun County Job Fair honors veterans and will be March 28, 10-2 p.m., Holiday Inn Washington Dulles at 45425 Holiday Drive, Sterling, Virginia. This is one block from Sterling Boulevard and Shaw Road just before Route 28 (you can see this Holiday Inn from Route 28).

Exhibitors are listed at the loudounchamber.org and include Loudoun County, Orbital, Inova Hospital, Loudoun Schools, Telos, etc.

this event honors Veterans and this is the link to the Sterling Job Fair.
http://business.loudounchamber.org/Events/details/job-fair-march-2012


(Another) Job Fair for Sterling Number Two:

Frank Wolf's Giant Job Fair Monday April 2 at Harper Park Middle School

Rep. Frank Wolf (R-10th) will host a free Job Fair on April 2 in Loudoun County. It will be from 10:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. at Harper Park Middle School, just off Route 7 east of Leesburg.


REBOUNDERZ DONATES TO PROJECT GRADUATION-- Park View HS

Project Grad is a parent volunteer, All-night graduation celebration thrown for the graduating class on the night the seniors graduate from high school, June 11. It has been a 24 year tradition of the Park View Community to hold this celebration for our students at the high school.

Rebounderz will give a portion of their proceeds to us on April 4 and May 2 from 5:30-8:30pm. Cost is $15.75 for 2 hours.

Again, just mention Park View or Project Grad.

OR, Please send "Project Grad" money -checks, gift certificates and gift cards are welcomed and can be mailed to

Park View High School, Project Graduation 400 W. Laurel Ave., Sterling, Va. 20164. Make checks to PVHS Project Grad. Contact PVHSprojectgraduation@gmail.com for more information.


DOMINION H.S. Project Graduation-- June 12

The 2012 Project Graduation all night event for seniors will be held June 12 11-p.m. to 5 a.m. in the main gym of the high school."PG" is sponsored by the non-profit 501 c 3 tax deductable group titled "ATLAS" for Association of Titan Leaders Assisting Students (Tax ID 77-0605875). Contact Colleen Von Hoene at hoenses4@verizon.net.

DELGAUDIO PROPOSES $552,308,000.00 TOTAL IN SAVINGS


DRUNK TANK IS KILLED!


Last week the board of supervisors KILLED the $2.4 million "Drunk Tank" which would have been a high priced luxury pad for pitiful drunk people picked up in expensive tax funded taxies.

Thanks to those of you who wrote. Let's "drink" to that. There's more to REDUCE.

I am proposing $475,308,000, or almost half a billion dollars, in new long term tax savings. And 77 million dolllars in short term or operating expenditures. For a total of $552,308,000 in savings.

See Delgaudio Proposed CIP Reductions $475,308,000
http://joineugene.com/news/article.php?article=7506

See Delgaudio's Operating Reductions of $77 million
http://joineugene.com/news/article.php?article=7509

One group, I call them the "Adult 4H Club" wants $88,000 for a "urban horticulturist" and 200 messages bombard the board of supervisors. Dozens of others write cheeky letters demanding the board "raise their taxes" to impose a higher burden on all of you.

Please write to balance out the few determined tax raisers demanding more spending.
Write the bos@loudoun.gov

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