Thursday night, Purcellville Mayor Kwasi Fraser and I will be hosting a “Broadband Town Hall Meeting.” The event will take place at the Carver Center in Purcellville, with doors opening at 6:30pm, and formal presentation and discussion from 7:00 - 8:30 pm.
The event will bring state and local elected officials together with the public and representatives of broadband providers in the area.
We’ll look into a variety of topics related to needs and offerings in the local area and take a big picture look at progress on improvements that impact the daily lives of people in the 33rd District, including Western Loudoun, Clarke and Frederick County residents.
Some of the leaders who will be in attendance are:
Delegate Dave LaRock - 33rd District
Mayor Kwasi Fraser - Purcellville
Tim Dennis - Loudoun Communications Commission
Jimmy Carr- Broadband Advisory Council
Courtney Dozier - Virginia Telecommunications Initiative
Zenon Dragosz - Loudoun County Broadband & Cable TV Services Administrator
Aaron Smith, LCPS Director of Technology Systems and Applications
Supervisor Geary Higgins
Supervisor Tony Buffington
We've also invited service providers from around the area to give a short presentation on their offerings and set up a table for further information, questions and answers.
Broadband Town Hall
The Carver Center
200 Willie Palmer Way
Purcellville, VA 20132
May 16th, 6:30-8:30pm
Broadband facilitates business activity, education, entertainment, healthcare, and other vital services available through the internet. Meeting with the public in this broadband town hall, and others in the future, will help identify and address the need to deploy broadband into all rural areas in the district. I hope constituents will come out to this event to be updated on the efforts to extend broadband throughout the district and to share insights on their needs and ideas.
I encourage you to keep in touch with me and my office over the coming months. I value the feedback you provide on a continual basis as it helps me do a better job of representing you. We are here to serve you! You can reach us at info@voteLaRock.us, 540-751-8364, Facebook, and Twitter