Monthly Archives: September 2010

PACE in practice

Take an aging housing stock in Virginia. Mix in a dormant construction industry looking for new work. Throw in a dash of some potential grant funding from the Federal government. Then overlay all the ingredients with a state law which … Continue reading

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Back in Richmond Today

I have an Energy Commission meeting at 1 pm, so I’m leaving in a few minutes. We will be hearing from a number of speakers regarding “clean energy financing” and renewable projects. Last year, my SB 110 passed and was … Continue reading

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If You’re Going to Beat Me …

you better run like hell. At tomorrow’s Warhawk 5K, of course. Here’s the link for the race. http://www.fcps.edu/MadisonHS/News/MAD_5k_form.htm (By the way, I’m the guy in front running with his eyes closed!) The race is at 9 a.m. at James Madison … Continue reading

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What it Is and What it Means (my version)

A lot of pundits are trying to interpret the results from Tuesday’s primary elections. As always, their opinions tend to reinforce their own pre-conceived world views, which are either (i) the American voter is an ignoramus whose mind is easily … Continue reading

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Running Like a Mad Man …

Just finished filing papers in a major Federal court case. Out the door to hit a Back to School at Waples Mill ES in Oakton. (Last night I was at Thoreau MS in Vienna. The night before was Frost MS … Continue reading

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