After eight years and more than $20 million in cost overruns, the trouble-plagued upgrade of Loudoun County’s aging financial management systems encountered more problems in a critical test last week.
The Washington Post, August 6, 2017
Torn between the competing goals of fully funding the school board’s budget request and avoiding a tax increase, the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors settled on a compromise spending plan Tuesday for fiscal 2017.
Three Republican supervisors joined three Democrats to approve a $2.46 billion budget that slightly raises the real property tax rate but falls about $16.9 million short of the school board’s request. The school board is now considering options for closing the gap.
Washington Post, April 10, 2016
I knew Phil Bolen. Phil Bolen was a friend of mine. And Philip A. Bolen was worthy of the park that bears his name.
Leesburg Patch, June 9, 2011
Philip A. Bolen, the longtime Loudoun County Administrator for whom Leesburg’s newest park is named, was a consummate people person.
Leesburg Patch, June 15, 2011
Nicole Dozier has been hired as Loudoun County’s new Zoning Administrator.
Leesburg Patch, October 6, 2011
Turnover among local elected officials can add to feelings of uncertainty among county and school employees.
Leesburg Patch, December 15, 2011
Loudoun County employees’ pay scale comes up short…again.
Leesburg Patch, June 7, 2012
The Finance Committee’s recommendations could hurt Loudoun County’s efforts to recruit and retain good employees.
Leesburg Patch, September 19, 2012