Wednesday, January 13, 2016
Contact: Brian Fauls
O (571) 209-9024, M (703) 431-5572
After an historic election, Loudoun’s Supervisors will share their plans
for 2016 with County’s business leaders
Lansdowne, VA – Loudoun County’s voters made history last year when they elected the first African-American woman Chair of the County’s Board of Supervisors, while also voting in four other freshman Supervisors to lead Loudoun over the next four years.
With a significant number of critical issues confronting this new Board, including the vital-need to revise the County’s comprehensive land-use plan, the decisions made by our County’s new leaders will profoundly impact Loudoun’s business climate and quality of life for years to come. Just as importantly, the Loudoun business community has the opportunity to help shape the Board’s direction for the next four years.
“Where this Board wants to take Loudoun County, and how it wants to get there, will profoundly affect Loudoun business owners, their employees and their families. The Board of Supervisors breakfast is an invaluable opportunity for Loudoun’s business and community leaders to meet the majority of this new Board, hear their plans for leading our community, and share ideas for further building a strong community and business friendly economy here in Loudoun,” said Loudoun County Chamber Government Affairs Manager, Brian Fauls.
What: “Board of Supervisors” breakfast
Part of the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce’s 2016 Policymaker Series
Who: Chairwoman Phyllis Randall;
Vice-Chair Ralph Buona;
Supervisor Suzanne Volpe –Algonkian District
Supervisor Tony Buffington – Blue Ridge District;
Supervisor Koran Saines – Sterling District;
Supervisor Ron Meyer – Broad Run District; and,
Supervisor Kristen Umstattd – Leesburg District
Where: Belmont Country Club (43750 Tournament Pkwy, Ashburn, VA 20147)
When: Thursday, January 28, 2016 from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.
For registration information, visit www.loudounchamber.org or call (703) 777-2176.
The Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce is the “voice of business” on behalf of its nearly 1,250 members on issues that impact the economy and quality of life in Loudoun County.
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