Editor: Wouldn’t be something if our kids win the Little League World Series and we had the promised stadium at One Loudoun for a celebration?
Current members of the Board of Supervisors from 2011 all voted for the baseball park in order to fast track One Loudoun.
As approved and promised, key agreements between the One Loudoun developers and the county include: there will be no more than 17 music concerts a year at the stadium and those will only occur on weekends or holidays; concerts on Fridays and Saturdays must end by 11 p.m.; baseball games cannot begin between 4:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. on weekdays; bus and shuttle service will be offered for attendees; a decibel-limit will be enacted for all events; and firework shows, not to exceed 10 minutes, will be limited to 12 per year and those may only take place on weekends or holidays.
Studies were taken, environment concerns were met, planning approved yet we have no baseball park.
Remember that when the Board of Supervisors whips out the old bait and switch and builds more residential where so called open space was identified.