Board Chair Phyllis Randall

Board Chair Phyllis Randall, D-at large, is hard at work in the county government seat in Leesburg.

Loudoun County’s top elected official enters the final year of her four-year term with no signs of slowing down.

Going into 2023, Democrat Phyllis Randall, Loudoun’s at-large chair, said she still has “lots to do.” For starters, she is eager to update the zoning ordinance to implement the land use plan that the Board updated under her watch in 2019. She wants to hold a summit this summer to brainstorm ideas on how the county can continue working with the nonprofit sector and the faith community to provide services, where the county falls short.

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jke

2 billion dollars in debt is Loudoun County. Sugar coat it, politicalspeak it, change the meaning of the word debt but the county still has to pay out 2 billion dollars we do not have. Who does Randall think she is Joe Biden or the democrat Senators Kaine and Warner or maybe Congresswoman Wexton. Lousy management of funds!

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