Monthly Archives: March 2011

SB 843, Amended

  In the 2011 session, Delegate David Bulova and I worked hard on pushing for stricter regulations for the Pickett Road Tank Farm, which has been a source of spills and environmental contamination for fifty years.  When SB 843 passed, … Continue reading

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Redistricting Plans are Out

I keep checking www.vpap.org but they’re not posted.  If anyone has a link on the DLS list serve, please put it out there.  (update at 6 pm.  ok here it is  http://redistricting.dls.virginia.gov/2010/  ) I’m out the door in a few … Continue reading

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VCU … Winning.

Has there even been mid-major conference in America better than the 2011 CAA? As loyal readers know, we in central Fairfax stand loyal to the GMU Pats, the regular season winners.  Folks in Norfolk love the ODU Monarchs, the conference … Continue reading

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Governor Vetoes PE Requirement

So much for promoting health and fitness in Virginia.  This bill passed with a sizeable mandate in the State Senate but does not have enough margin in the House of Delegates to override a veto. Personally, I am strongly disappointed.  The … Continue reading

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President Merten Steps Down

In a letter to the Board of Visitors yesterday, George Mason University President Alan Merten confirmed what many of us knew would be happening, i.e. he would be stepping down in 2012 and the University needs to find a new … Continue reading

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