Letter: Peter Fedders, Leesburg

Editor: I was disappointed to see that Board of Supervisors Chairwoman Phyllis Randall declined to answer a question about where a Redskins Stadium should go. Arlington Board Vice Chairman Jay Fisette said no and got the crowd to laugh at Loudoun when he suggested our county. Prince William County Board of Supervisors Corey Stewart said flat out no for PW County, too.

People who follow these publicly funded stadiums know that a shady deal is coming to Loudoun on the backs of Loudoun taxpayers. Our governor is actively negotiating to get the stadium here and our local leaders say nothing. The silence speaks volumes. Publicly funded stadiums never benefit the taxpayers. Never.

Not since Metro has a more vital decision come to Loudoun. The approval of development after development is overcrowding our schools and now they want to overcrowd our jammed roads on Sundays.

Please make your voice heard.

Peter Fedders, Leesburg

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