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County Government

The nine-member Loudoun County Board of Supervisors meets the first and third Tuesdays of the month, beginning at 9:30 a.m. The board's monthly public hearings are held on the second Tuesday of the month, beginning at 6:30 p.m. All meetings are held in the board room at the county's Government Center at 1 Harrison St., S.E. in Leesburg. The meetings are broadcast live on Adelphia Cable Channel 2 and can be viewed on the Web at www.loudoun.gov/webcast. Call the Board of Supervisors office at 703 777-0204.

Scott K. York, chairman, at large: York was elected as the chairman of the Board of Supervisors in November 1999 after serving one term on the board as the Sterling District representative. In November 2003, he was re-elected to a second term as chairman. York was the first person to be re-elected countywide as chairman. Currently, York serves on the boardÕs public safety committee, economic development committee and the human services committee. York has served in many different leadership positions throughout the region, including chairman of the Virginia High Growth Coalition, chairman of the Northern Virginia Regional Commission and as a member of the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority. He has served on the Loudoun County Planning Commission from 1992-1995, was the chairman of the Board of Supervisors' land use and economic development committee, and served as the treasurer of the Northern Virginia Planning District Commission. York is manager of commercial real estate development for Denver-based ServiceStar Development Company, a developer of neighborhood shopping centers.

York is a resident of Sterling where he resides with JoAnn, his wife, and four children. Contact him at syork@loudoun.gov.

Bruce E. Tulloch, vice chairman, Potomac District: Tulloch was elected to the board in 2003. In addition to serving as vice chairman of the board, he also served on the boardÕs finance/government services, economic development, human services and public safety committees. He represents Loudoun County on the Northern Virginia Regional Commission, Route 28 Transportation Commission Improvement District, Dulles Area Transportation Association, Chesapeake Bay Policy Committee of the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments, the Loudoun County Parks and Recreation Advisory Board and the Supervisors/School Board Joint Committee. Tulloch was the first vice chairman of the Virginia Association of Planning District Commissions in 2005-2006 and was chosen to become president for the 2006-2007 season. In addition, Tulloch is the executive area general manager with Sodexho Inc., served as president of the Countryside Proprietary for five years, and was a founding member of the Republican Business Roundtable and the Loudoun County Home Owners Association Coalition. He and his wife have two children. Contact him at btulloch@loudoun.gov.

Lori Waters, Broad Run District: Waters was elected to the Board of Supervisors in November 2003. She is chairman of the Board of SupervisorsÕ economic development committee and also serves on the boardÕs finance/government services and transportation/land use committees. She represents Loudoun County on the Board of Directors of the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (COG), Route 28 Transportation Commission Improvement District, Northern Virginia Manpower Consortium Workforce Investment Board, the Loudoun County Economic Development Commission, the Rural Economic Development Council, the Loudoun County Parks and Recreation Advisory Board and Loudoun County Board of Supervisors/School Board Joint Committee.

She earned a bachelorÕs degree in political science from Furman University and served as executive director for a pro-family organization, the Eagle Forum. She is a member of Sonrise Community Church. While living in Alexandria, Va., she served on the Social Services Advisory Board and the Early Childhood Commission. She and her husband, Matt, and their new daughter, Leigh Anna, live in Lansdowne. Contact her at lwaters1@loudoun.gov.

Sally R. Kurtz, Catoctin District: Kurtz became a supervisor in November 1999 and was re-elected to a second term in 2003. She currently serves on the Board of Supervisors' transportation/land use, public safety and the human resources committees, the Joint County of Loudoun/Town of Leesburg Committee, the Loudoun County Agricultural District Advisory Committee, and the Annexation Area Development Policy Committee. She represents Loudoun on the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments' Chesapeake Bay Policy Committee. Previously, she served on the Loudoun County Rural Economic Development Task Force, Loudoun Valleys Horticulture Association, and with local PTA and scouting programs.

She is the co-owner of Water Ways Nursery near Lovettsville. She graduated from North Carolina Baptist Hospital School of Nursing, attended University College, Montgomery College, and earned a bachelor's degree from Hood College, was a head nurse at Johns Hopkins Hospital and a special-education teacher at Broad Run High School. She has two grown children. Contact her at skurtz@loudoun.gov.

Jim Burton, Blue Ridge District: Burton was first elected first in 1995 as the supervisor for the Mercer District, and then re-elected in 1999 and 2003. Currently, he serves on the Board of SupervisorsÕ economic development, public safety and finance/government services committees, represents the Board of Supervisors on the Loudoun County Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) and the Hamilton Area Sewer Study Committee. He also sits on the Purcellville Urban Growth Area Management Plan committee. Previously, he has served as the chairman of the finance and government services committee, served on the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (COG) Air Quality Committee, represented the county on the Route 28 Transportation Commission Improvement District, Loudoun County Library Board of Trustees, Loudoun County Fire and Rescue Commission, Fiscal Impact Analysis Technical Review Committee and Rural Economic Development Council.

He is a retired Air Force colonel, earned a bachelorÕs degree from the U.S. Air Force Academy in 1959, and an M.B.A. degree from Auburn University in 1969. He and his wife, Lina Baber Burton, live in Aldie. He has two children and five grandchildren. Contact him at jburton@loudoun.gov.

Eugene Delgaudio, Sterling District: Delgaudio became a supervisor in 1999 and was then re-elected for a second term in 2003. Currently, he is the chairman of the Board of Supervisors' finance/government service committee, serves on the transportation/land use committee, represents the Virginia Regional Transportation Association, Dulles Area Transportation Association, Route 28 Transportation Improvement District, and Potomac Watershed Roundtable. In addition, he represents the Loudoun County Transportation Safety Committee, Joint Committee of the County of Loudoun and Town of Leesburg, Loudoun County Board of Supervisors/School Board Joint Committee, and Annexation Area Development Policy Committee.

For 10 years, Delgaudio has served on the board of directors of Young Americans for Freedom, a national nonprofit organization and has been the executive director of Public Advocate of the United States, a conservative nonprofit organization which supports a program of limited government, reduced taxes and conservative social causes since 1981. He attended York College where he received a political science degree. He has served as secretary of a Cub Scouts pack for five years, and is a member of the Rotary International. He and his wife, Sheila, have six children. Contact him at eugenedelgaudio@erols.com.

Stephen J. Snow, Dulles District: Snow was elected to the Board of Supervisors in November 2003. He is chairman of the Board of SupervisorsÕ human services committee and serves on the economic development committee and transportation/land use committee, of which he was chairman in 2004. He represents Loudoun County on the Northern Virginia Regional Commission, Route 28 Transportation Commission Improvement District, Northern Virginia Transportation Coordinating Council (TCC), and Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (COG) Committee on Noise Abatement at National and Dulles Airports, Loudoun County Board of Supervisors/School Board Joint Committee, Loudoun County Affordable Dwelling Unit Advisory Board, and the Loudoun County Social Services Board.

Snow was born in Fond du Lac, Wis., and grew up in Phoenix, Ariz. He earned a bachelorÕs degree in secondary education from Arizona State University, and a masterÕs degree in business management from Central Texas University. Snow is also a graduate of the Industrial College of the Armed Forces, the U.S. Army Inspector General Course, and the U.S. Army War College National Defense Security Planning Course.

After serving 25 years with the U.S. Army, Snow retired as a colonel. While in the Army, Snow served in a variety of aviation operations and logistical assignments, from entry through policy to senior decision-making positions. He currently is an independent consultant on matters relating to supply chain management and logistics technology. He and his wife have two children. Contact him at ssnow@loudoun.gov.

Jim Clem, Leesburg District: Clem was elected to the board in 2003. He is chairman of the Board of Supervisors' public safety committee and serves on the human services and transportation/land use committees. Clem also served four terms as mayor of Leesburg, for a total of eight years, and served on the Leesburg Town Council for five years, including two years as vice mayor. He represents Loudoun County on the Public Safety Policy Committee of the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (COG). He also represents the Board of Supervisors on the Loudoun County Fire and Rescue Commission, Coalition of Loudoun Towns (COLT), Annexation Area Development Policy Committee (AADPC), Joint Committee of the County of Loudoun and Town of Leesburg, and Loudoun County Technical Committee on Telecommunications.

Clem has worked as a cartographer for the Defense Mapping Agency for more than 30 years and was a partner in an auto service business while attending George Washington University, where he studied geodetic and cartographic sciences. He taught cartography, photo interpretation and community planning at Montgomery College for two years.

He is owner of Colonial Funeral Home in Leesburg and has one daughter with his wife. Contact him at jclem1@loudoun.gov.

Mick Staton, Sugarland Run District: Staton was elected to the board in 2003. He is chairman of the transportation/land use committee, and serves on the finance/government services committee. He represents Loudoun County on the Northern Virginia Transportation Commission, Northern Virginia Transportation Coordinating Council (TCC), Dulles Area Transportation Association (DATA), and Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (COG) Metropolitan Washington Air Quality Committee (MWAQC) and National Capital Region Transportation Planning Board. He also represents the Board of Supervisors on the Loudoun County Library Board of Trustees, Fiscal Impact Analysis Technical Review Committee, and Loudoun County Board of Supervisors/School Board Joint Committee. He earned a masterÕs degree in public administration and a bachelorÕs degree in political science from West Virginia University. He is vice president of Capitol Link Inc., a government relations firm specializing in representing cities, counties and other local government entities in the Washington, D.C., area.

He has served as chairman of the Loudoun County Young Republicans, and was a founding member of the Loudoun Taxpayers Coalition as well. He resides in Sugarland Run District with his wife and children. Contact him at mstaton@loudoun.gov.

PLANNING COMMISSION

<bt>The nine-member Loudoun County Planning Commission meets the first and third Mondays of the month. Meetings begin at 6 p.m. with the monthly public hearing set for the third Monday.

The commissioners are: Lawrence Beerman, chair, Dulles District; Teresa White Whitmore, vice chair, Potomac District; J. Kevin Ruedisueli, At large; Nancy Hsu, Blue Ridge District; Robert J. Klancher, Broad Run District; Nancy Doane, Catoctin District; John H. Elgin, Leesburg District; Helena Syska, Sterling District; and Suzanne M. Volpe, Sugarland Run District.