The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors has approved a code of ethics that holds the supervisors to high standards of personal conduct.
The 14-point policy declares that the supervisors should avoid even the appearance of a conflict of interest, and that they will treat one another, the public and staff members with professionalism, courtesy and respect. It also promises transparency in conducting public business and states that the board will support the rights and recognize the needs of all residents.
Washington Post, January 24, 2016
The Manassas City Council voted Monday not to proceed with a study that could have led to opening Lake Manassas to the public for recreational uses such as fishing and boating.
Washington Post, November 30, 2014
Members of the Board of Supervisors defended Loudoun County’s controversial marketing agreement with Washington’s NFL team during a budget work session Thursday, calling it a valuable economic development tool for the county but not saying how it promotes tourism.
Washington Post, March 15, 2014
The Post’s Tom Jackman comments on the issue here.
Buried 784 pages deep in Loudoun’s proposed budget for fiscal year 2015 is a $500,000 expenditure that has caused grumbling in the county’s rural business community. The expenditure represents Loudoun’s payment to the Washington NFL football team as part of an unusual eight-year marketing partnership.
February 26, 2014
The Post’s Tom Jackman weighs in on the story here.
Loudoun County area hospitals have joined a statewide lobbying effort launched by the hospital industry to urge the Virginia General Assembly to expand Medicaid eligibility in Virginia.
Washington Post, February 5, 2014
Board of Supervisors Chairman Scott York appeared to shift rightward during his primary campaign. Could that hurt him in the fall general election?
Leesburg Patch, June 23, 2011
Leesburg appears to have made out well in the recent county redistricting.
Leesburg Patch, June 2, 2011
The Loudoun County Democratic Party seems to be making little progress in finding candidates for key county elections later this year.
Leesburg Patch, July 21, 2011