Monday, April 18, 2011


There are Two Events Next Week ALL York County Citizens are Encouraged to Attend!
Your Voice Needs to be Heard!

Tuesday Evening, April 19th, 7:00pm, York Hall

Board of Supervisors Meeting to Approve a York County Redistricting Plan
York Hall in Yorktown

The two current plans on the table are referred to as B2 and E2.  The Core Team of the Tuscany Forum recommends Plan B2 for adoption.  
Visit site link to get more details.

Thursday Evening, April 21st, 7:00pm, Tuscany Coffee House

The Tuscany Forum welcomes invited guests Delegate Brenda Pogge, Delegate Gordon Helsel, and Supervisor George Hrichak
State and County Redistricting issues will be on the agenda.

All are encouraged to attend these very important meetings
Tuesday and Thursday evening, April 19th and 21st, beginning at 7:00 p.m.

Also mark your calendar for Thursday evening, May 19th, when
The Forum will host debates among candidates running for the York County Board of Supervisors in November

The Tuscany Forum provides York County Citizens a public Forum where they can:

Voice their concerns about the responsiveness and direction of their county, state and federal governments,
Conduct civil, direct, in-person dialogue with their elected officials and government staff,  
Develop and encourage positive political plans of action to accomplish the will of the people.

To add someone to the Tuscany Forum email distribution, please send their name and email address to

The Tuscany Forum Core Group:
Bart Barton, Danny Diggs, Greg Garrett, Mike Hoyes, Linda Hutchinson, Winston Lawrence, Mary Leedom, Thomas Nelsen, David Phillips, Stephen Roane, Maywood Wilson

Times & Location:
Unless otherwise stated, monthly meetings of The Tuscany Forum are held the third Thursday of each month at Tuscany's Coffee House, 6605 George Washington Memorial Highway (Route 17) Yorktown, 23692.  Doors open at 6:00pm, food and drink available, Forum begins at 7:00pm.

See you at York Hall April 19th and Tuscany Coffee House on April 21st, both 7:00pm!!

Alexander of York

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