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After years of studies, surveys, town forums, this is another “feel good” move by the BOS, which will do nothing for residents without reliable, affordable, broadband. For years, I’ve been without broadband and followed the lack of progress. The county has a communication commission that …

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Did BOS ever consider asking datacenter builders to help with the problem of lack of Broadband in western Loudoun? A couple of miles away from the datacenters, with no way to use them....


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Rt 7 should be a limited access highway with parallel service roads for businesses. Highways are built this way in most states. Why VDOT ignores this is a mystery.


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If we build enough datacenters, perhaps someday residents of western Loudoun will have broadband internet access...

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Time for yet another 'study' by the BOS.

Some day they'll realize that RT 15 needs to be 4 lanes, like it is north of VA. The crap about preserving history is fake. Rt 15 thru Gettysburg is 4 lanes (they have some history there, right?). Reluctance is more about the need to dig up …

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The only benefit from the Silver line will be to the developers who profit from areas near the stations (minus their contributions to politicians that made it happen).

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Another "feel good band-aid" to Loudoun roads. Why not rebuild the road correctly, to be a safe highway?

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$500 fine is a joke. The club likely pays over $5000 to a tree service for the cutting. An added $500 is nothing. Less hassle than trying for a permit. Cutting will happen again.

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David should move to western Loudoun, where broadband is not available and Chromebooks are useless. He could meet other kids by riding with them while their parents drive them to McDonalds for free wi-fi needed to do their homework.

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NIMBYs out in force. Odd arguments.

One say there's a concern for traffic. Another says people won't have cars to get around.

One says Round Hill is a 'welcoming and gracious community'. Another does not was old or disabled people near her children.