lots of our neighbors were enjoying our sledding hill, but don’t forget: county law requires sidewalks to be shoveled before 12:00 noon following the night in which the snow or ice, or combination thereof, has fallen…
Just now, Chair Phyllis Randall led a press conference to update the County on steps being taken to ensure the safety of residents as we deal with this situation. If you missed the press conference you can find it on the county’s website at loudoun.gov/webcast and on the Loudoun County Government’s page on Facebook.
Many of you may have heard that the County Health Department announced that a third resident of Loudoun County has tested “presumptive positive” for coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). This individual is a male in his 30s who lives in Loudoun County. The Health Department is currently investigating the potential source of this person’s infection. The individual is being treated at a hospital in Loudoun County.
Continue reading CORONAVIRUS UPDATE from Our Algonkian District Supervisor
barb says all the low branches in the front common ground should b pruned, otherwise the mowers will continue to break them:
that would also eliminate secluded areas, a safety issue. otoh, it would also open sightlines to route 7, increasing noise for the first line of houses…what do you think? please take our poll:
Several of our neighbors have found trash in their mailboxes this week…it’s a sad state of affairs when the first thought was a hate crime, but 45 is to blame for that:-\
I spoke to our mailman today, who told me one of our residents had been making those deposits, and had handed him a pinecone, as if it were a religious talisman. The resident has been detained for psychiatric evaluation following his rampage through our common ground.