Middleburg’s authority is exclusive to our town, but our influence must carry beyond.
Loudoun is writing the plan for expansion that comes to our doorstep. We must continue to strengthen our relationships to prevent development of our rural surrounding.
Protect our unique way of life and pass it on to the next generations.
Represent Middleburg at all levels of government to make our voices heard.
We must make sure our impact in Loudoun County is never underestimated or overlooked. I am committed to being a champion for Middleburg with the County to stem development on our doorstep.
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Chatting with our Congresswoman Barbara Comstock. It is critical to ensure our future that we have strong relationship with the elected officials at the local, state and federal levels.
Bridge with Lovettsville Mayor Bob Zoldos and Virginia Municipal League (VML) Executive Director Michelle Gowdy. As a member of the Executive Committee of VML, Bridge rountinely visits with other Towns to speak on issues of good governance and effective government.
Attending a reception for outgoing Delegate Randy Minchew. As our Delegate in Richmond, Randy has been a staunch supporter and true friend of Middleburg for years.
Bridge discussing his concerns with growth in Western Loudoun with Loudoun Planning Director Ricky Barker at on the Stakeholder Committee sessions held bi-weekly in Leesburg from 6 to 9 pm.
Middleburg Councilman Bridge Littleton looks on as Loudoun County Planning and Zoning Director Ricky Barker provides an update on the Envision Loudoun project. Bridge had requested the County come to Middleburg to provide an update the Town on the planning process. [Renss Greene/Loudoun Now]
The petition Bridge spearheaded to make the voice of Middleburg and our rural area heard.
Attending the Envision Loudoun Stakeholder Committee in their regular bi-weekly 3 hour planning session.
Mike Turner, Chair-at-Large for the Stakeholder Committee, and Bridge discussing how to limit housing growth east of Rt. 15.
A concern arised when the Stakeholder Committee recommends 13,000 new homes by 2040.
Bridge has attended the Loudoun Comprehensive Plan Meetings, every other Monday from 6pm to 9pm. Loudoun Counties plan for development in the Transition Policy Area calls for increased development.