Never let it be said that Nova Townhall Blog only worries about the big issues. We worry about the little issues also. Just so long as they are important to our readers. That is why I want to promote some ideas that I believe would be beneficial for Loudoun County residents as well as all Virginians.
I think we should start finding and prosecuting those individuals who leave bags of garbage (Taco Bell, baby diapers, 3rd-me-down clothes, etc.) along side of our roads. If we can’t prosecute to the fullest extent of the law then we should at least find out where they live so as to return their garbage to them as well as a few additional helpings.
How about those individuals who don’t use their turn signals? They have to work to pass inspection and if you need to replace an assembly it runs a minimum of around $1000 so why not use them. The signals actually aid in telling other drivers your intent. Of course if you find someone who refuses to use their signals as they cut you off in traffic, write down their license and call the cops. That is your civic duty and it is a crime related to aggressive driving and reckless endangerment. Of course, I don’t think they can deport you (unless your illegal) but it does carry points and a heavy fine.
I also believe that we should be on the watch for the non-grasscutters. It is the season and we don’t want our neighborhoods looking like the African velt. If they use sheep or goats, turn them in as they are not considered lawnmowers (or pets). Contrary to popular belief, neither are rats.
Nova Townhall is a full service blog and these are just a few of the many issues we believe are important to all citizens. We are here to address YOUR concerns. How may we help you?