Tag Archives: Loudoun BOS

How far will the “Courthouse Gang” go to protect Delgaudio?

As reported in the Washington Post yesterday, Arlington County commonwealth’s attorney Theo Stamos says she never received the records and documents provided by former Delgaudio county aide Donna Mateer that support her allegations of his misuse of office. Stamos received … Continue reading

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Documents? What documents?

A new Washington Post article about the Real Advocate PAC and its petition to obtain the documents provided to Scott York by a former aide to Eugene Delgaudio contains the following interesting passage: In an interview, [Arlington County commonwealth’s attorney … Continue reading

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Citizens take Delgaudio investigation into their own hands

We know that Donna Mateer, former aide to Supervisor Eugene Delgaudio, provided a package of documents to Board Chairman Scott York – at his request – information that supports her allegations of Mr. Delgaudio’s improper fundraising, misuse of office, and … Continue reading

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Thanks for the clarification

One of our candidates for Supervisor may have said more than he intended in a supposedly offhand remark… From the online Leesburg Today: March 28, 2007 At first I was shocked; then angry; then, after meditating on the comment, I … Continue reading

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Open letter to representatives, Aldie hate crime

The following is an open letter sent to Loudoun County elected representatives, published in local newspapers the first week of August, 2006. Most of you by now will have heard from the Sheriff’s Office about the horrific anti-gay hate crime … Continue reading

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Equality Loudoun Addresses County BoS Re: Supervisor Delgaudio

The following address to the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors was given by Equality Loudoun president David Weintraub at the January 4, 2005 business meeting. Good morning Chairman York and honorable members of the Board. I’m speaking to you this … Continue reading

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