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Eugene Delgaudio: PAY ZERO TAXES.....Honor Vets Monday.....100 Sterling Americans Nominate Cuccinelli, Jackson, Obenshein

May 24, 2013


The open house for the Sterling Sheriff's station was a fantastic success. This follows
on the heels of a successful Teen Job Fair and capacity Women's Self Defense Seminar.

On Monday please help me observe Memorial Day with the veterans (see below) and here
are some urgent reports.

Hyperbole Alert


The results are in:Ken Cuccinelli for Governor, Rev. EW Jackson for Lt. Gov. and Mark Obenshein for AG.

You can find the details of our 100 Sterling Americans and other localities balloting -by locality- here, on the RPV website. (Thank you Eve)

You can also WATCH Ken Cuccinelli's acceptance speech on YouTube and share it with your friends.

Planned Parenthood Has Killed More Blacks Than the KKK

That is what Rev. E.W. Jackson said and is now hated by the liberals.

He simply and effeciently points out the fact as it relates to the horrific destruction that goes on in the major cities of America through abortion.

Honest Democrats like former governor Doug Wilder respect Jackson's views.

Jackson is a minister who Republican delegates nominated for Lt. Governor of Virginia and uses words to communicate moral values.

Here is a link to Jackson's Inspire and Unite videos:

500 Expected: HONOR OUR VETS MAY 27

21 Gun Salute honors our vets Monday May 27 at 11 a.m. at the Sterling VFW memorial corner at Holly Avenue and Sterling Blvd. next to the Sterling Middle School.

THANK YOU to those who attended in the past, fly the American Flag year round and thank you in advanced for coming.

Memorial Day


Delgaudio Wants You To Enjoy Tax Free Holiday

It is windy today in Sterling.

To prepare for Hurricane season in Sterling which starts June 1, Virginia has
granted Sterling Americans a Sales Tax Holiday Saturday May 25-to- Friday May 31

Please select from the list of tax free items and make sure you do not pay taxes on them.

You will not pay taxes on batteries, artificial ice, reusable ice, bottled water of any size
including flavored and carbonated, duct tape and flashlights and 100 other items
listed here.

and here too

Murder In Sterling Friday May 17
"Domestic In Nature"

Homicide: The Loudoun County Sheriff's Office is investigating an apparent homicide in Sterling, VA. The homicide appears domestic in nature and was confined to a home in the 21700 block of Blossom Drive. Around 9pm Friday, Loudoun County Sheriff's Office deputies responded to the home for a report of a shooting. An adult male was found deceased inside the home.

The deceased is identified as Steven Spradling, 52, of Sterling. Mr. Spradling is a sworn member of the Metropolitan Washington Airport Authority Police Department. An adult female, Rosangela Spradling, 42, of Sterling is charged with first degree murder and is being held at the Loudoun County Detention Center without bond. There were two juvenile children in the residence at the time of the incident but were unharmed and are staying with family friends.

Tuesday June 4

Save the Date. Briefing number 3 on the Transportation improvements at Route 7 and Sterling Blvd. in Sterling. Let's make sure your questions are answered and your transportation problems get addressed. Meeting is Tuesday June 4 at 7 p.m. at the Sterling Sheriff's Substation.

Saturday June 1 Free Food-- And Lose Weight!

Its good for your heart and its fun to be with friends and neighbors. And I feed you!

Please join me for a free breakfast at Chick-fil-A on Saturday, June 1st!

After breakfast, we will go in groups door-to-door in Sterling to pass out Sterling Community Events flyers. We will only deliver flyers to houses.

And you will be on the road to losing weight and staying fit- just like me!

EVENT:Breakfast and Deliver Flyers with Eugene Delgaudio

DATE and time: 9:30 a.m. Saturday, June 1st
Where: Chick-fil-A, 46920 Community Plaza in Sterling

Back in April, a giant crowd joined me to pass out flyers! We had an awesome morning and everybody had a lot of fun.
If you can volunteer to help me pass out flyers on Saturday, June 1st, please email me NOW.
Thank you.

Delgaudio: "Kill The Ticks" Part I

Lyme's Disease -- Spraying at Claude Moore Park

The board has adopted the Lyme Commission's recommendation that spraying begins in six Loudoun parks, along foot paths and along edges of fields. There will be targeted spraying in six parks, and is most effective at the end of May the beginning of June.

85 per cent of the black legged ticks were in just six parks out of 27 Loudoun Parks, including Claude Moore Park.

There was a "tick dragging" or census in all Loudoun parks and the goal was to find "black legged ticks" which causes lyme disease and it is only black legged ticks that cause lymes disease.

Claude Moore Park in Sterling will be sprayed for ticks in late May or early June.

There will be signs posted when the spraying occurs. Clark Pest control is the vendor and is focused on lyme mitigation.

This is a county website listing devoted to Lyme Disease in Loudoun County

Loudoun County Brochure (PDF) on Lyme

Crusade To Eliminate Lyme's and Kill Ticks Part II

The Return of Delgaudio's
Deer Hunt At Claude Moore Park

I attended and spoke in a favor to the Board of Supervisors public meeting
that considered a return to a policy that includes a return to my past policy
of bringing in the U.S. Department of Agriculture sharpshooters to reduce
the deer population at Claude Moore Park.

In addition to the dangerous ticks that deer carry which spread the lyme disease,
the deer are a regular threat to cars driving in Sterling that cause many accidents.

Years ago the Delgaudio Deer Eradication Program resulted in a significant reduction
in the herd of deer that were threatening to overrun the streets of Sterling and caused
many accidents, the spreading of lyme disease and the deer eating entire gardens.

The USDA successfully removed 40 deer years ago. And now the USDA has been approved to return
and remove deer again in Sterling at Claude Moore Park. As per my request, deer will
be donated to Hunters for the Hungry.

The board of supervisors voted to adopt a plan to copy a program at several Loudoun parks
similar to the Banshee Reeks' Model Deer Reduction program that allows a lottery for hunters
to visit during the hunting season at two staff recommended parks Bles Park and Tillett Park.

2nd Plug:

Thank you to those of you who attended the Sterling Foundation fundraiser previously at Joes. Here's another opportunity to help the Foundation. Eat at Joes Pizzaria 22360 S. Sterling Blvd. Thursday May 30 from 5 to 8 p.


From the Sheriff: Missing Child: A 10-year-old was reported missing from a residence after she left on her own accord. A search was conducted in the area with the assistance of the Virginia State Police. The child was located in Fairfax County and returned to her residence.

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