Loudoun Supervisors Pick Douglass School Time Capsule Contribution

The Board of Supervisors on April 5 agreed on a short list of items to include in a 50-year time capsule planned to be buried at Douglass High School.

Douglass High School Commemorative Committee is planning to bury the capsule in May, and asked the Board of Supervisors to contribute an item and a document describing the organization. County board Chair Phyllis J. Randall (D-At Large) proposed including a Board of Supervisors pin, a letter from the board, and copies of the board’s Code of Ethics, Rules of Order and a photo of the board. Supervisors agreed to that without objection.

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  • 2022-04-21 at 1:44 pm
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    I don’t want Chair Randall to get conceited. But I think they should include a news article about her being the first person of color to chair a Board of Supervisors in Virginia. That’s quite an accomplishment. Particularly in a county where children of color were denied a public education after elementary school. Happy Earth Day Loudoun!

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