The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors is responsible for appointing a county administrator to manage the county's operations, as well as a Planning Commission to act as an advisor on land use issues. In addition, the Board also appoints several other boards and commissions.
Five counties and cities in Virginia, including Loudoun and Albemarle Counties, have declared that they will not become Second Amendment sanctuaries.Tuesday's elections saw at least six Asian Americans from South Asia running for state and local office in Loudoun County, with varying degrees of success. The recent signing of several gun control measures in Virginia has prompted the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors to direct staff to investigate how the legislation will affect or could affect the county.
The Board is also looking into the stance of local politicians on issues such as gun control and immigration. The Board is committed to ensuring that all citizens of Loudoun County are represented fairly and equitably. It is important that all voices are heard and that everyone has access to the same opportunities. The Board is dedicated to creating a safe and secure environment for all residents, regardless of their background or beliefs.