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September’s Newsletter and Community News & Announcements!

posted October 9th, 2015

Dear Friends and Neighbors,
Best regards from Dulles! …

Below are a few updates on issues that might be of interest to you, a summary of my activities in September, and a few community announcements. Please read and share with your family members, neighbors and friends!

Please ‘Like’ my Facebook page (www.Facebook.com/DelegateDavidRamadan) and ‘follow’ me on Twitter (www.Twitter.com/DavidIRamadan) for up to date information on road construction and traffic issues, as well as other day-to-day news.

Power Lines on Rt. 50!
The SCC recently ordered new public hearings on the project to be held on October 27, 6:00 pm at the Loudoun County Government Center in Leesburg. A second hearing will be held on October 29, 6:00 pm at Freedom High School in South Riding. It is imperative that residents attend and testify at this hearing.

The SCC’s recent order authorizes the publication of both Dominion’s proposed alternative (Rt. 50 alignment) and Loudoun County’s alternatives 1b and 2b. The County alternatives that are still on the table keep most of the route off of Rt. 50 with the exception of the portion between Meadows Farms and the Poland Road property. The SCC did not permit consideration of Alternative 3, which would have brought the power lines in from the east (Fairfax County). However, Loudoun County is still permitted to present evidence in support of all alternatives. The evidentiary hearing in Richmond has been scheduled for February. That hearing will be critical to the final outcome of this matter. …

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Ramadan: It is time for U.Va. president to go

posted October 6th, 2015

By David I. Ramadan-

I’m sick and tired of people in charge not taking responsibility for the actions — or lack thereof — of their administrations!

On Sept. 21, the American Association of Universities released the results of a campus climate survey. It confirms what many other studies have said: that one in five female undergraduates at our top universities has been a victim of rape, assault or sexual misconduct.

At the University of Virginia, that number was 23.8 percent, with 13.4 percent of undergraduate women saying they had been assaulted during the past academic year alone. In plain English, it means that almost 2,000 daughters — daughters who wanted only a decent education — may have suffered unspeakably. Clearly, one is too many, but the suggestion that there may have been more than 1,000 instances in just the past academic year should shock any parent. …

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posted October 1st, 2015

Dear Friends and Neighbors,
Best regards from Dulles!

Severe weather from two major storm systems is expected to impact the Commonwealth over the next several days. The Governor has declared a state of emergency ahead of the storms.

Forecasters are expecting as much as 4 to 10″ of rain over the next 48 hours at different parts of the Commonwealth, and there is a possibility that Hurricane Joaquin will impact Virginia by early next week. Much of the Commonwealth has already seen significant rainfall in the last week, making the situation very serious. …

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Statement – Walker Suspends Campaign

posted September 22nd, 2015

Dear Friends and Neighbors,
Best regards! I am disappointed and sad to see Scott Walker suspend his campaign -see below. I enjoyed getting to know Governor Walker and believe he would have been a great president. Governor Walker had the experience, the ethics and the knowledge to govern successfully. I am honored to have served briefly as the Walker16 Campaign Co-Chair in Virginia whereby we were building a winning grassroots network!

Thank you to all the volunteers who have joined the campaign. And thank you to all the donors who have supported the campaign. I look forward to working with you to nominate and then elect a Republican President in 2016.

David Ramadan
Member, House of Delegates
Eighty-Seventh District

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