Town of Hillsboro triples in size
The new boundary lines triple the town's size from 55.36 to 171.77 acres and increases its population from 80 to 115 residents.
Designed to create more economic opportunity, the new assets in town lines include the Old Stone School, Hillsboro Charter Academy, United Methodist Church, Stoneybrook Farm and Market and Hillsboro Bed and Breakfast.
"This is critical to building a viable and sustainable future for one of Loudoun's best preserved historic assets," said Hillsboro'Mayor Roger Vance.
Round Hill is now Loudoun's smallest town at about 130 acres.
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