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Delgaudio All In On Spending Millions For Sterling?????

October 30, 2014

In a letter to his community Supervisor Eugene Delgaudio is
asking Sterling residents to be aware of a bond benefiting the
Sterling community and impacting Sterling in a significant
manner based on a potential favorable vote.

"I am all in and have been like Paul Revere on a horse telling
people about these bonds to help Sterling. Sterling is in desparate
need of a new Safety center for the Fire and Rescue volunteers.

We have a tiny library that can be modestly expanded for the most
diverse community in the county after decades of use, if the bond
passes.

We have a community center that will be renovated after all these years of use if the bond passes.


Here's what Delgaudio is telling constituents :

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Successful Community Meeting Held On Bonds
Fellow Sterling resident and Chairman Scott York and, Eugene Delgaudio as your Sterling Supervisor, held a joint community meeting to brief residents on the proposed bonds to renovate the Sterling Safety Center, the Sterling Community Center and the new Sterling Library. The bond is on the Tuesday November 4th ballot. 60 citizens attended the 2 hour session which included a briefing on $750 million in transportation and road plans.

One of the 3 QUESTIONs for you to decide:
Quote " Shall the County of Loudoun, Virginia contract a debt and issue its general obligation capital improvement bonds...(for) $34,690,000 for ... an animal shelter; the cost to acquire fire and rescue apparatus; the cost to acquire land for Sterling Park Rescue Squad's replacement station...; and other public safety facilities throughout the County?" Unquote in part

The Sterling Fire & Rescue Station, Station 15, needs to be completely replaced and in order to rebuild the appropriately sized station and parking spaces an additional lot will need to be purchased. And if approved, the new animal shelter will be MUCH closer to Sterling. You decide this question for Sterling.
For the other questions this is a general information and Sterling Bond link: www.loudoun.gov/election2014

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