Monthly Archives: February 2015

What a coincidence!

By Thomas Heath The Washington Post August 12, 2012 Sterling-based JK Moving Services, a 31-year-old mover started by entrepreneur Chuck Kuhn at age 16, is launching a $750,000, five-month multimedia advertising campaign starting Aug. 13 . The company, with $85 … Continue reading

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DelGaudio Representing Sterling on Ash Wednesday

Eugene DelGaudio represents Sterling on the Loudoun Board of Supervisors (BOS) and currently seeks re-election to a fifth term. His district includes the Northern Virginia Baha’i Center and ADAMS, the All-Dulles Area Muslim Society. This frame from Loudoun County web archives … Continue reading

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Commuter Choppering to Egypt Farm

Collegiality: When an elected board whose members represent distinct geographic areas must decide a narrow initiative — like flying a helicopter to avoid Northern Virginia traffic — the majority customarily defers to the colleague whose constituents are most affected. But eight Loudoun supervisors voted together to overcome local opposition to one businessman’s … Continue reading

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Minchew neglects to mention his law firm

By Jim McElhatton – The Washington Times – Wednesday, February 4, 2015 Virginia Delegate Randy Minchew fired off a pointed email last fall to the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, pressing officials to explain their “grave concerns” about a proposed housing … Continue reading

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Hello, Virginia Ethics Commission?

Tuesday, Feb. 3, 2015 by Alan Suderman, Associated Press RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — The sponsor of a bill that would loosen state oversight of Dominion Virginia Power’s rates is also a company shareholder. Virginia Beach Republican Sen. Frank Wagner said Monday … Continue reading

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