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Crescent Parke déjà vu in Leesburg

“A recision can be done on any motion or order where irretrievable actions or decisions have not been taken,” Mayor David Butler said. “The proffers are changed enough that I think it’s blindingly obvious that we make a hearing.”

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Loudoun School Board addresses supervisors’ artificial field testing vote

Earlier this month a Loudoun supervisor publicly alleged the School Board gave an exuberant price tag for completing testing on potentially harmful crumb rubber fields as a means to avoid the study altogether. School Board member Jill Turgeon (Blue Ridge) brought up the "concerning" comments at a meeting last night.

Planning Commission warns supervisors of ‘unsolicited’ changes to applications after its review

The Planning Commission agreed Sept. 27 to send a letter to the Board of Supervisors asking them to consider sending back to them at least three rezoning applications related to One Loudoun’s expansion plans.

Loudoun supervisors, School Board discuss Comprehensive Plan strategies

Members of the Loudoun Board of Supervisors and the Loudoun County School Board last night discussed how they will work together to plan for new schools as a new comprehensive plan for the county is drafted.

Supervisors refuse to conduct $75,000 indoor sports facility study

The Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Sept. 22 to not conduct a $75,000 study on the feasibility and impact an indoor sports facility would have on Loudoun County.

Loudoun supervisors advance consideration on property tax relief for three nonprofits

Loudoun supervisors agreed Sept. 22 to advance consideration on property tax relief exemptions for three local nonprofits to a public hearing.

Loudoun supervisors approve $517K contract renewal for costly software system

The Board of Supervisors approved Thursday night a $517,495 contract renewal for the county’s Oracle enterprise resource planning (ERP) management system that keeps track of taxes, assessments and human resources.

Loudoun supervisors delay decision amending county’s noise standards

Supervisors agreed on Thursday to delay consideration on amending the county’s noise standards to revise the county’s outdated guidelines.

Process, growth at heart of Leesburg Town Council debate

Some candidates called for a change in the way Leesburg Town Council carries out the vision for the town as the incumbents defended the governing body's track record during a Thursday night forum hosted by the League of Women Voters.

Supervisors approve major rezoning at long-stalled Lexington 7 property

Supervisors approved on Thursday a major rezoning to the long-stalled Lexington 7 property.

Supervisors approve Harris Teeter expansion plans

Loudoun Supervisors approved Thursday a zoning concept amendment and a special exception application for a gas station at a mega Harris Teeter planned for the Kirkpatrick West Commercial Center in Aldie.

[left to right] President of the Dulles South Senior Advisory Board Vernon Wong and Dulles South Senior Activity Center member Sue Meck and Uta Robinson at the center looking at the new Dulles South Multipurpose Center under construction.Times-Mirror/Sydney Kashiwagi.

Seniors seek help at Dulles activity center

It started off as a typical Tuesday morning in late August for 73-year-old Sue Meck of South Riding. Three days a week, Meck drives over to the Dulles South Senior Activity Center in South Riding where she attends line dancing classes on Tuesday and other activities the center offers to Loudoun’s senior citizens.

Absentee voting begins Friday in Loudoun County

In-person absentee voting will take place at the Loudoun County Office of Elections, 750 Miller Dr., SE, Suite C, Leesburg, from Sept.23-Oct. 21 from 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m., according to a county news release.

MORE: Kesari sentenced to three months in prison

Hamilton Town Councilman and former deputy campaign manager for Republican Ron Paul's 2012 presidential bid Dimitri Kesari was sentenced Wednesday to three months in prison for a pay-for-support scheme during the Iowa caucuses in 2011.

One Loudoun’s expansion plans receive pushback from supervisors

After getting a stamp of approval from the Planning Commission in July, the Board of Supervisors Sept. 14 raised concerns about expansion plans for the the development dubbed Loudoun’s “new downtown.”
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