From Metro to housing, schools to data centers, find out how Loudoun fared in Richmond
The 2024 Virginia General Assembly session is tackling many heavy issues that will directly impact Loudoun County’s economic future.
Find out how Loudoun fared on issues that include school funding reform, Metro’s financial future, and the future of growth data centers and many other issues on Tuesday, March 19th, from 8-10 a.m., when the Loudoun Chamber of Commerce will host the 2024 General assembly Wrap-up.
Loudoun’s delegation to the General Assembly will be on hand for a conversation centered on these and other issues tackled during this year’s legislative session, which ends March 9th.
Members of the Loudoun delegation that have been invited to this discussion include: Senator Suhas Subramanyam, Senator Russet Perry, and Delegate David Reid, Delegate Marty Martinez, Delegate Atoosa Reaser, Delegate Kannan Srinivasan and Delegate Geary Higgins.
Please join your fellow Loudoun business and community leaders to learn about the successes and unfinished business of this year’s General Assembly session and engage our state representatives on the issues that are most important to you, your business, and your family.