Hounds Fall Behind And Add Two More Supervisors To Their Lineup
As expected for months now, the Loudoun Hounds announced that they will indeed not open for the 2012 baseball season despite plenty of assertions to the contrary by them recently. Now they say it will happen in 2013. We’ll see. So far their track record isn’t very good. For some reason the LTM hasn’t seen fit to publicize this, even though they went ballistic over WAGE Radio not meeting their announced on-air date, with two news articles in a month and an editorial.
After buying influence with donations by a baseball team to local Supervisor candidates Geary Higgins (their favorite at $1500) and $1000 each to Janet Clarke, Matt Letourneau, Ralph Buona, Shawn Williams, and Eugene Delgaudio, they have recently added Suzanne Volpe and Ken Reid to their dog pound with late September donations of $1,000 each. For some reason they go Dem in their state level donations, with $1000 to Mark Herring and $500 to Shawn Mitchell. Here’s the link to their VPAP donation list to see for yourself. Do you think they may want to go before the next BOS for some kind of concessions or help with their stadium? Hot diggity dog, I wish someone would figure this one out!