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Sketch of Suspect Released By Sheriff......SUCCESSFUL CRIME MEETING IN STERLING

October 25, 2013

I assisted Delegates Ramadan and Rust and the DMV Commissioner in a ribbon cutting ceremony at the new and expanded Sterling Department of Motor Vehicles.

I attended the Scouts,and briefed young Lego Reseach team members on blizzard preparation and welcomed- along with Sheriff Chapman- a standing room only meeting of citizens at the Sterling Sheriff's station. Thank you to those of you who turned out to hear the sheriff's briefing.

Composite Sketch of Suspect in Assault of NOVA Student


Detectives with the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office and the Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA) Police have released a composite sketch of a suspect in two assaults on and near the college's Loudoun Campus.

The suspect in the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office case is described as a White, possibly Hispanic, male in his 20's.

See him? Call Detective S. Tresselt at 703-777-0475 now.

VOTE ABSENTEE IN PROGRESS NOW

You can vote absentee if you're a student away at college, if you work outside the county where you're registered, if your commuting time severely reduces your chance to vote, or if you think you might be out of town for business on Election Day. Or if you are a campaign worker or election day worker. I will take advantage of the election day campaign worker exemption.

Sterling District voters may vote absentee in-person at:

Voter Registration Office
750 Miller Dr. SE, Suite C
Leesburg, VA 20175

- Monday through Friday (September 20 through October 25) - 8:30am to 5:00pm
- Monday through Friday (October 28 through November 1) - 8:30am to 8:00pm
- Saturday, October 26th and Saturday, November 2nd - 8:30am - 5:00pm


STERLING'S NEAREST VOTE ABSENTEE IN PERSON LOCATION:

Sterling Cascades Senior Center (NEXT TO EASTERN LOUDOUN LIBRARY, behind Giant)
21606 Whitfield Place Sterling, VA 20165

- Monday through Friday (October 28 through November 1) - 4:00pm to 8:00pm
- Saturday, October 26 and Saturday, November 2 - 9:00am to 5:00pm

County Planning Commission Wary Of Housing Push
But some leaders want more density in Sterling

Expressions of opposition to "more housing" are being heard in recent meetings.
See the news clip stating it with direct quotes below. But some are for it!

Previously I have told you the "county staff" is recommending opposition to
a proposal for dense housing at one location.

If you oppose higher density for housing in Sterling than the current plan (Sterling
has a mix of townhouses, single family houses and attached multi-family houses) than
write the planning commission and board of supervisors.

Tell them "I oppose higher density in Sterling".

To express your opinion to the Planning Commission write this email address (all nine planning commissioners will get the opinion):loudounpc@loudoun.gov


To express your opinion to the board of supervisors who will get the proposal IF the Planning Commission acts and sends it to the board, write bos@loudoun.gov to reach all nine supervisors.

ARTICLES REPORTING RECENT HEARING AT PLANNING COMMISSION:

Leesburg Today article quotes STERLING COMMISSIONER Helena Syska "Not A Good Idea".
http://www.leesburgtoday.com/news/county-planning-commission-wary-of-housing-push/article_427110c0-3cb9-11e3-a232-001a4bcf887a.html

20 Residential Units Per Acre--253 Units Planned In Sterling
at "Cascades Overlook" Next to Costco and Potomac Run By Route 7
http://joineugene.com/news/article.php?article=8906

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