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Loudoun County Seeks Input from the Ashburn Community
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Loudoun County Seeks Input from the Ashburn Community

Loudoun County wants to hear from residents and business owners in the Ashburn Community about their perceptions of living and working in the community.  The boundaries of the Ashburn Community include the Potomac River to the north, the Broad Run to the east, the Goose Creek and Beaverdam Reservoir to the west, and Ryan Road to the south. 

To take one or both surveys, please visit the project’s webpage at www.loudoun.gov/ashburn-outreach.  If you are not a resident of the Ashburn Community, your participation in the survey is still valued and welcome.  Surveys will be collected through the end of August and the results will be released in the fall.

The surveys are part of a number of public participation activities planned to gather citizen input as part of the Ashburn Community Outreach Project, including interactive public workshops in the fall.  The purpose of the project is to conduct a dialogue with citizens of the Ashburn community in order to identify neighborhood and community-wide priorities and to develop recommended strategies to aid in future planning and programmatic activities.  The project will conclude with a consensus report given to the Board of Supervisors in the first quarter of 2012.  You can stay connected to the project by sending a message to ashburn.outreach@loudoun.gov with a request to be added to the Ashburn Network e-mail list. 

Questions and comments are always welcome and should be directed to Michael “Miguel” Salinas, Project Manager, Loudoun County Planning Department, at 703-777-0246.

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