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Leesburg Launches Online Business-to-Business Brochure

Leesburg Launches Online Business-to-Business Brochure

New eco-friendly and social media savvy economic development effort showcases some of Leesburg’s exceptional businesses

Loudoun County to Hold First Household Hazardous Waste Event of 2011 March 19

Loudoun County to Hold First Household Hazardous Waste Event of 2011 March 19

Mark Your Calendar for the First 2011 Household Hazardous Waste Event

Tax Relief Forms Due to Commissioner by April 1; Relief Workshops Scheduled

Tax Relief Forms Due to Commissioner by April 1; Relief Workshops Scheduled

From Loudoun County -- Loudoun’s Commissioner of the Revenue, Robert S. Wertz, Jr., recently mailed forms to the more than 2,400 participants in the county’s tax relief program for the elderly or disabled.  Renewal forms must be completed, notarized and returned with a U.S. postmark by the April 1, 2011, filing deadline.  Free information sessions for new applicants have been scheduled throughout the month of March to familiarize residents with the program’s eligibility criteria. 

Meet the Artist Behind the Leesburg Town Hall Loudoun County Photography Exhibit

Meet the Artist Behind the Leesburg Town Hall Loudoun County Photography Exhibit

Gary Mester is the photographer behind “The Nature of Virginia: Images of Loudoun” exhibit which is currently on display on the first floor of Leesburg Town Hall. Mester has been a photographer for 12 years now. Originally from New Jersey, the Air Force moved Mester to Northern Virginia in 1974. He currently resides in Chantilly, but has explored many parts of Loudoun County with his camera.

“Nothing stays the same. Everything here is so fragile,” said Mester. He feels that people don’t really get out and explore as much; Loudoun County has so much to offer, for example: Aldie Mill and the handful of wineries. His photographs represent ten years of local history and including landscapes and a wide-range of Loudoun County community events. While Mester's favorite type of photography is of "flowers and butterflies," he finds people extremely interesting and continues to photograph a variety of things.

Leesburg Tree Commission to Host 4th Annual Tree Care Summit

Leesburg Tree Commission to Host 4th Annual Tree Care Summit

From the Town of Leesburg – The Leesburg Tree Commission will host the 4th annual Home Owners Associations Tree Care Summit on Tuesday, March 15, 2011, at 7:00 p.m. in the lower level of Ida Lee Park Recreation Center. 

Topics of discussion will include:

Opportunities are Available to Participate in County Government

Opportunities are Available to Participate in County Government

The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors encourages residents to become actively involved in their county government. There are currently opportunities for people to serve on the following advisory boards, commissions and committees.

• Advisory Commission on Youth: One at-large representative, Leesburg District

• Animal Advisory Committee: Dulles District

• Commission on Aging: Blue Ridge District

• Community Criminal Justice Board: At-large representative, Broad Run & Potomac Districts

• Commuter Bus Advisory Board: At-large representative

• Courthouse Grounds and Facility Committees: At-large representatives

• Disability Services Board: At-large representatives

• Family Services Board: At-large representative

• Housing Advisory Board: One for-profit affordable housing developer; One at-large public representative

Loudoun Procurement Office Invites Area Vendors to Buyer/Seller Information Exchange Sessions

Loudoun Procurement Office Invites Area Vendors to Buyer/Seller Information Exchange Sessions

Loudoun Procurement Office Invites Area Vendors to Buyer/Seller Information Exchange Sessions

Learn how to do business with Loudoun County.  All local area vendors are invited to attend Loudoun County Procurement’s 2010-2011 Buyer/Seller Information Exchange Sessions.  The purpose of these sessions is to provide information on the County’s procurement processes and upcoming contracts. Each presentation will conclude with the opportunity to address vendor questions and concerns and to meet the County's procurement staff. 

Representatives of area businesses are invited to attend.