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Sterling Commissioner Helena Syska's 2010 Letter Warns of Environmentalists Zealotry Now Being Forced On Loudoun, Fairfax and Virginia

January 5, 2013

Sterling Planning Commissioner Helena Syska "LESS CHESAPEAKE BAY AND MORE ZONING INSPECTORS CRACKING DOWN ON OVERCROWDING"

In 2010 Planning Commissioner Helena Syska wrote to the media in part:

"CHESAPEAKE BAY" IS TROJAN HORSE

Reviewed by the Loudoun County Planning Commission this year and now before a committee of the Board of Supervisors, the " Chesapeake Bay Preservation Ordinance" was voluntarily put on the table in Loudoun to improve the County's, and therefore, the Bay's water quality. Loudoun's politicians are these days carefully crafting ways to make the CBPO more palatable to the public..........

CBPO MAKES NO SENSE FOR LOUDOUN

Representing the Sterling District on the Planning Commission, I voted against recommending that the Board adopt the CBPO. Sterling District Supervisor Eugene Delgaudio continues to fight the CBPO vigorously at the board level. Why? Because boiler-plate legislation like the CBPO doesn't make sense for Loudoun. We the people of Loudoun are capable of pulling together a contingency of highly qualified people to address water quality without inviting the federal government in to tell us what we should do. And, there are too many other pressing needs in Loudoun that require attention...........

THANK YOU COMMISSIONER SYSKA.

The entire 2010 letter is posted here

http://joineugene.com/news/article.php?article=6282

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