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Loudoun County may not find backing for its legislative proposal to raise the eligibility bar to run for the sheriff's office, but it did find support for its proposal to help low-income residents who face eviction owing to their inability to pay rent. 

The Commonwealth's state senators and delegates representing Loudoun met with supervisors Wednesday night to discuss what legislative priorities they would be comfortable backing at the upcoming General Assembly session that begins in January. Loudoun approved its legislative package on Nov. 15.

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The contractors and builders that I know do not think Briskman and the rest of the cabal, aka the Board of Supervisors, are doing okay, not one. Must have been a limited audience that Julie polled maybe her friends that build junk affordable dwellings that burn in half the time buildings built 15 years ago do.

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