Election Day – November 3, 2020
If you have not already voted, tomorrow is the day to let your voice be heard by voting. To those who have already voted, thank you and enjoy the day.
October Community Townhall Meeting – Sunday, November 8, 2020
Time: 3 p.m.
Location: New Community Center, 45 Davenport Road, Cumberland, VA (corner of 45 South and Davenport Road)
Guest Speaker – Sheriff Darrel Hodges, Cumberland County Virginia
Sheriff Hodges is speaking on his responsibilities, weight limits on local roads, and more. There will be a question and answer session – don’t miss this opportunity to ask your questions.
Leadership Team members will provide an update on information concerning the proposed mega landfill. Please plan to attend.
Can’t be there in person. You can access the meeting by calling 1-571-317-3122 and entering code 378-814-269 when prompted to do so. Questions on your mind – you will have an opportunity to ask them.
T-Shirts Available for Purchase
We still have t-shirts for sale but are out of size medium and only one light gray small left. The price for the shirts is S-XL- $12; and, 2xl and 3xl – $13. They are available in light gray (shown) or a darker gray. To order send an e-mail to NoMegaLandfill@LoveCentralVA.com stating your name, phone number, method of payment, and address to send the shirt. Methods of payment include PayPal which is available on the website or sending a check to CCLA, P.O. Box 238, Cumberland, VA 23040. You can also place your order by calling 804-308-5748. Imprint is on the back of the shirt.
P.S. – The shirts will be available at the Community Townhall meeting on Sunday, November 8th.
We cannot say “thank you” often enough for without your help and support we would not be where we are today. We must keep in mind, we are now into our third year of opposing this mega landfill and Green Ridge has not even obtained approval of the Notice of Intent.
Please continue the letter writing to State and Federal officials, DEQ, Army Corps of Engineers, local government, especially the Cumberland County Board of Supervisors, and letters to the Editor in local, regional, and national newspapers. Remember – “The pen is mightier than the sword.”