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Eugene Delgaudio Asks Board To Consider Ban On Panhandlers

March 14, 2013

Breaking but not surprising: Delgaudio asks Bob McDonnell at CPAC This Friday
to veto tax spending bill approved by GOP and Democratic Party liberals.


DELGAUDIO MOTIONS TO REDUCE SPENDING

I am introducing and promoting many motions to reduce spending in Loudoun.
Some votes I win, and some votes I lose. The board of supervisors makes it final
decision April lst after its last work session next week.

DELGAUDIO LEGISLATION ON PANHANDLERS AND BEGGERS


DELGAUDIO PETITION BRINGS HISTORIC LAW

(THIS is a public statement released earlier)

Thank you to each of you who signed The Delgaudio petition to ban beggars
at busy intersections to the Board of Supervisors pass a law
to Ban Panhandlers at Busy Intersections. (I know its repetitive)

I will present your petition to the Board of Supervisors TONIGHT Wednesday night!

As you and 1,000 Sterling Americans know, panhandlers are a safety hazard at many of our busiest intersections.

These aggressive solicitors, mostly non-Loudoun residents, are walking in the middle of our roads and begging for money. They distract drivers, disrupt traffic, and contribute to accidents.

The Board of Supervisors may vote tonight or next week or study the issue more.

Tonight Wednesday, March 13th, is the time for the Public Hearing on panhandlers:

EVENT: Board of Supervisors Public Hearing to Ban Panhandlers at Busy Intersections

DATE: Wednesday, March 13, 2013 TONIGHT

TIME: 6:00 PM

WHERE: Loudoun County Government Building, Board of Supervisors Meeting Room
1 Harrison St. SE, 1st Floor, in Leesburg

Please immediately write by email to bos@loudoun.com<mailto:bos@loudoun.com> to support this item to Ban Panhandlers at Busy Intersections!


If you can, please come to the Public Hearing. The item is at the very beginning of the 6 p.m. hearing.


It is time for the Board to use this authority to make Sterling a safer place to drive!

EARLY PENALTIES -- SHORT WAIT TIME
TO CORRECT ZONING VIOLATIONS LIKE
CARS ON LAWNS, OVERCROWDING

Also the board of supervisors is considering at the Public Hearing an item I worked on for years to update zoning enforcement from 30 day to 10 days. This means that issues like overcrowding, cars on lawns, and commercial vehicles on residential property can be fined 10 days after the original citation instead of 30.

I have also worked to speed up and strengthen zoning enforcement for years and this will greatly speed up the clean up of Sterling neighborhoods.


Other Major Happenings in Sterling

Mega Policy Wonk Richard Rahn joins Eugene Delgaudio
Condemning Governor's Tax Increase Bill ...
Adviser to Virginia governor predicts "train wreck" -resigns!
http://joineugene.com/news/article.php?article=8370

Global Economist Richard Rahn Joins
Eugene Delgaudio In Condemning Bob McDonnell
Tax Increase (full statement)


http://joineugene.com/news/article.php?article=8369

Supervisor Delgaudio's 5th Annual Sterling (Virginia) Teen Job Fair Set for March 16, 2013

The 5th Annual Sterling Teen Job Fair will be held Saturday, March 16, 2013, from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. at the Claude Moore Recreation Center, 46105 Loudoun Park Lane in Sterling, Virginia.

If you intend on helping me, get there at 12 noon. Thank you to those of you who have volunteered. It takes a lot of people to make this happen.

The fair, co-hosted by the Loudoun County Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Services and Sterling Supervisor Eugene Delgaudio, will feature a variety of employers in the fields of retail, catering, entertainment, technology and more. The annual event has helped hundreds of Loudoun County teenagers secure jobs for the summer, build their resume, and earn money for college. The event is free and there will also be free refreshments. Volunteers are also needed for the fair.

CAN YOU VOLUNTEER?

For more information about the Sterling Teen Job Fair, contact Supervisor Delgaudio's office at 703-771-5819 or at Eugene.Delgaudio@loudoun.gov .

Or write me at eugene@joineugene.com, or hit reply and ask me at the top of the response your question.

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