Del. Greason’s legislative office worked with Loudoun County Public School (LCPS) representatives and Supervisor Buona’s office to help facilitate a solution and provide a safe alternative for students walking to school.
Now, a sidewalk is being built along Portsmouth Blvd adjacent to Stone Bridge High School that will allow students to cut through Trailside Park and avoid being in harm’s way.
These Girl Scouts really deserve recognition here. Del. Greason’s office simply helped to give voice to their concerns. The Girl Scouts took initiative to reach out and engage their representative and bring the issue to the attention of our office. Due to the nature of the easements around the school and community, the HOA and LCPS performed the heavy lifting to get this done.
Del. Greason, Supervisor Buona, and the LCPS Construction Supervisor will be meeting with the Girl Scouts who wrote the note, their family, and their troop that sought to bring this to our attention this Thursday, August 20, 2015 at 6:30 pm at the entrance to the trail. The intersection where all of this takes place is the corner of Middlebury St. and Portsmouth Blvd. Supervisor Buona and the LCPS representative was invited to attend and report on the project’s progress.
Mrs. Denise Hagood is a Scout leader and teacher at Trailside Middle School. The Girl Scouts in our community contributed to something really significant and helped make a difference!