Eugene Delgaudio - Sterling District
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$100 for Election Day Work

July 2, 2004

>>>Officers of Election Needed, "$100 Is Yours" (SEE BELOW PLUG)

Dear Sterling American,

Happy Independence Day to you and your family!


I will attend this fun event, as usual--for at least 2 hours.

(All ages) Location: Claude Moore Park. Enjoy an old-fashioned 4th of July
holiday set in Claude Moore Park's historic area! Participants can take a
pony or hay ride, participate in a watermelon-eating contest, and play
old-fashioned children's games at the main stage. Festival-goers can also
see the "Yankee Doodle Revue" puppet show by Carousel Puppets, hear a
fantastic musical performance by LEA, and watch the "Backyards Alive"
animal show by Reptiles Alive. There will be hands-on nature displays at
Frogshackle Nature Center.

Don't forget the craft tent where children can make something special to
take home! No registration required. Please use the Loudoun Park Lane
entrance and park at the Farm Museum or in the sports complex lots.

Pay at door $5.00 suggested parking donation Sunday, July 4, 10:30AM- 3:00PM


The Board of Supervisors unanimously passed resolutions that I prepared for
consideration honoring Ronald Reagan. A Resolution set a Public Hearing for
July 13 to consider naming a Loudoun county building, school, road, park or
other facility in honor of the former President and the third resolution
commemorates February 6th, Reagan's birthdate, as a special day in Loudoun.

Letters have been published or circulated attacking the idea that Loudoun
County should
join in the national honoring of this conservative hero. Others have writen
in asking for their local school or park to be named after Ronald Reagan.
If you agree it is a good thing to honor Reagan this way please write
[email protected] today. Or go to the public hearing on
Tuesday, July 13.

>>>>>>New Anti-Crowding Codes

The Board of Supervisors voted 9 to 0 to send new building code regulations
to the
July 13 Public Hearing in Leesburg at 6:30 p.m.

These anti-crowding regulations limit the number of people per square foot
in residential structures. It is important to note, as published in several
interviews (see below) all me to point out that these new rules DO NOT
DEFINE FAMILY and do not limit families in any way. A copy of the rules are
available online at

The technical title follows: (quote) Land Use Committee Report:
> > Propossed Amendment to Chapter 1410 of the Codified Ordinances of
> > Loudoun County, Virginia Uniform Statewide Building Code to adopt
> > Section 404 of the International Property Maintenance Code to enable the
> > enforcement of occupancy limitations in dwelling units. (unquote)

For several years, I have worked for community support and team work on a
range of new laws dealing with parking and crowding. Last year, the new
residential parking regulations cover 15 new descriptions of violations.
The crackdown on large commercial trucks in residential areas have resulted
in this problem disappearing. Now, this new Building Code will attempt to
address another component of the problems we are facing in Loudoun and I
ask for your support in the form of letters, comment or feedback.

Send letters to me for testimony at [email protected] or write all
nine of the supervisors at [email protected] (note: new address:
[email protected] reaches all supervisors)

Information and to receive copy of staff report: County Planning at (703)

Article posted - online discussing Over-Crowding in Loudoun

>>>DELGAUDIO Seeks Limits On Crowded Housing
Leesburg Today - Leesburg,VA,USA
(it's all about crowding,safety, health, and crime-- eugene note) ...

>>>Crack Down on Overcrowding

>>>Officers of Election Needed, $100 Is Yours

I recently found out that there is a real shortage of Republican Party
representatives at the polling places. Virginia law requires one
representative from each party in equal numbers at the polling places. So
if you can, your county and the Republican party needs you. Anyone can
apply but there is a real shortage of Republicans.

The Electoral Board is charged with conducting the elections in Loudoun
County. As such, they need 600 Officers of Election for each election in
this county, about 20 more in Sterling alone. The Presidential General and
Special election is scheduled for November 2, 2004.

You must be a US citizen and registered to vote in Virginia.

The polls open at 6:00 AM and close at 7:00 PM and as an Officer of
Election you must be there from 5:00 AM until the polls close, the results
called in and all equipment packed and ready to return to the Office of the
General Registrar.

The pay for the day is $100.00 for the entire day, $50 for a half day (see
online for details on that) plus $15.00 for the training session. The
training session deals with both general knowledge and setting up and using
the machines in an election. All officers are expected to attend a
training session prior to the November election.

To obtain information and to download the forms on this part-time job, go
online at

If you have any questions, please contact Dianna Price, Secretary of the
Electoral Board at 703-777-0548 or by e-mail at [email protected].



Taxpayers for Accountable Government's Hawaiian Luaua float is being pulled
out of the mothballs and recommissioned for service in the cause of all
that is just AND will hoist a paper mache pig Sooeee, soooeee!

The group is handing out a flyer whose two side are

If you (and your kids!) want to join TAG, here's the scoop..

Leesburg - meet at Ida Lee Park before 10am, Saturday, July 3rd.
we'll provide what you need.

Purcellville - meet at Fireman's Field before 2pm, Sunday, July 4th
we'll provide what you need

please visit the following link to find out how to dress. Hawaiian shirts
and hats (for the sun) are STRONGLY encouraged.


Morton Blackwell has sponsored an event for 33 years on the 4TH OF JULY
called the 33rd ANNUAL CONSERVATIVE SOIRÉE! - sponsored by The Leadership
Institute's Soirée, a patriotic celebration of all things conservative from
12-5 PM on July 4th at Bull Run Regional Park in Centreville, VA, just off
exit 52 on I-66 West. The event is FREE, roast pork, roast turkey, soft
drinks, games, moon bounce, and face painting for the kids are provided,
but please bring a covered side dish or dessert to share. The local Park
Authority charges $7 per car to park, but the parking is free IF you live
in one of their "member jurisdictions" including Arlington, Alexandria,
Fairfax City, Fairfax County, Falls Church or Loudoun.


Dr. & Mrs. Stephen Seager and The Good Shepherd Alliance)are sponsoring an
evening of polo on July 31, 2004 at Chetwood Park entitled HIGH GOALS FOR
A Benefit (or Homeless Children in Our Area Gates Open 4 p.m. .Game Begins
at 5 p.m.
Cocktails and hors d'oeuvres to follow by Market Salamander
$45 per adult. $15 children under 12 Face Painting. Pony Rides. Cotton Candy
Rain or Shine RSVP by July 23 to Francesca Spano Director of Resource
Development (703) 777-5079 All proceeds to benefit the Good Shepherd
Alliance, a 501(c)3 non-profit
organization serving the Loudoun community sinre 1983, donatons are
details are posted at

>>>Good Shepherd Alliance, Inc.
>>>3rd Annual Golf Tournament

The Good Shepherd Alliance Incorporated (a faith-based non-profit
organization in Loudoun County that operates the only men's, women's and
family emergency homeless shelters, as well as a warming/drop-in center)
will be hosting a golf tournament to raise operating funds.

Date:Monday August 30, 2004
Location:Brambleton Golf Course, 42180 Ryan Road, Ashburn VA (703) 327-3403
Time:Shot-gun start promptly at 9:00am, players may check in from 7:30am -
Format: Captain's Choice Scramble

Cost:$100.00 per player (includes green fees, cart, range balls, lunch and
Payment Method: Checks made payable to Good Shepherd Alliance Inc.

Mail entry forms and fees to:Good Shepherd Alliance
37 Sycolin Road Leesburg, VA 20175 Attn: Golf Tournament

For additional information about the tournament, contact Bob Beech at (703)
887-5773 or [email protected] Sponsorships are available at levels of $250,
$500, $1000, $2500 and $5000 - contact Bob Beech for details


"EVERYONE, Thank you, thank you and thank you again for showing up at the
League of Women Voters election!! We all worked very hard and it showed
with the great turnout we had.
We deeply appreciate you giving up your Saturday. Patricia and Jack"


There was a great deal of discussion regarding the purchase of a BOAT for
the Shelter Staff at the last Citizens Advisory Meeting. A citizen member
says " I get the impression there are probably some bass fisherman who are
behind this(sic). The rationale is that it could be used for water rescue
of animals who fall through pond ice, and similar situations. The various
reasons for this purchase (seem to be) very contrived and vague. No one
apparently has any water rescue training. No one seems to know how the
boat is to get off its trailer and into a farm pond which has no ramp."

The Citizen member writes "The project is a boondoggle, and I look for the
boat to be declared was explained that the boat was in the
approved budget, and was to be purchased ASAP anyway. I think they were
looking for some support for an insupportable project." (Citizens provide
oversight and their observations are critically important.)


This link will give you a directory of road construction progress:

>>>Delgaudio Statement on Sheriff's Auxilary

Supervisor Eugene Delgaudio (R-Sterling), chairman of the
Finance/Government Services Committee said the following "The joint meeting
following the regular meeting of the board of supervisors on Tuesday, June
15 was extremely productive as the first item was "Sheriff's Auxiliary
Unit/Report". We were fully briefed on this program, as I requested.
And there was agreement and direction given by myself and other Board
members to expand the Sheriff's Auxiliary and to prepare a change in the
charter to allow that as soon as possible. My goal is that there should be
no waiting period for anyone wishing to volunteer," said Delgaudio.


You are invited to join Senator Ken Cuccinelli at his Summer Surplus
Extravaganza for an Evening of Pork (the kind you eat) and anti-tax fun
Saturday, August 7, 2004 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the home of David and Lia
Rensin 39849 The Narrows Road Waterford, Va. at $65 for a ticket and $100
per family.

>>>>Retirement Housing in Sterling?

There will be a discussion of the kind of Retirement facilites currently in
the County, and what is being planned by developers, where they are being
considered, what are the needs? A high-density complex has been proposed
next to Costco, across from back of Potomac Run Shopping Center. For
Information and to receive copy of staff report: County Planning at (703)
777-0246 A discussion will be held by the Planning Commission Thursday, July 15
1:30 - 4:30 pm at the Cascades Senior Center

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