Loudoun Board of Supervisors leadership to present 2017 priorities to Loudoun business community
Loudoun Board of Supervisors leadership will present
their 2017 priorities to Loudoun business community
Loudoun Chamber’s annual “Board of Supervisors Breakfast” features County’s elected leaders presenting their top priorities to Loudoun’s business, community leaders
Lansdowne, VA – Loudoun County’s top elected officials will present their plans and priorities for 2017 to an audience of business and community leaders, when the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce hosts its annual “Board of Supervisors Breakfast” on February 1, 2017.
The Board of Supervisors faces several major challenges for the future, including finalizing plans to maximize the County’s investment in Metro’s Silver Line and updating Loudoun’s Comprehensive Land Use Plan for the first time in 15 years.
This Breakfast, the debut event in the 2017 PolicyMaker Series, will offer Loudoun’s business community the opportunity to network with the Board of Supervisors’ leadership and to engage them on the important issues facing the County’s economy, business climate and quality of life.
“The Board of Supervisors breakfast is an invaluable opportunity for members of Loudoun’s business community to meet with key leaders on the Board of Supervisors, to hear their plans for leading our community, and to share ideas a strong community and business friendly economy here in Loudoun,” said Loudoun Chamber Government Affairs Manager Brian Fauls.
What: “Board of Supervisors” breakfast; Part of the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce’s 2017 Policymaker Series
Who: Board Chair Phyllis Randall;
Board Vice-Chair Ralph Buona;
Supervisor Suzanne Volpe – Chair, Transportation and Land Use Committee
Supervisor Matt Letourneau – Chair, Finance/Government Operations and Economic Development Committee
Where: Belmont Country Club (43750 Tournament Pkwy, Ashburn, VA 20147)
When: Wednesday, February 1, 2017 from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.
For registration information, visit www.loudounchamber.org or call (703) 777-2176.
The Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce is the “voice of business” on behalf of its nearly 1,250 members on issues that impact the economy and quality of life in Loudoun County.
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