Loudoun 350.org MeetingMonday, May 20th, 2013 (Meetings are every other Monday's)
Rust Library (380 Old Waterford Road., NW, Leesburg, Virginia)
Conference Room B
A new environmental action group is forming in Loudoun County. Join our 2nd planning meeting as we discuss how Loudoun can play a role in the growing environmental movement. We will talk about publicity and educational outreach, fossil fuel divestment, and possible actions in July. All are welcome!
Location: Rust Library (380 Old Waterford Road., NW, Leesburg, Virginia)
NAPW Loudoun County Monthly BreakfastNAPW Loudoun County Monthly Breakfast August 27 8:30 am Eggspectation, Leesburg, VA
Please note that this event repeats every month on the 4th Tuesday.
Location: Eggspectations Leesburg
Time: 8:30 am
LoudounPACELoudounPACE is non-profit enterprise advancing an innovative way to finance energy efficiency and renewable energy upgrades. We meet the first Tuesday of every month in the Leesburg Town Hall Downstairs in Room B at 7:30 PM Please join us and start changing our world.
Visit LoudounPACE.org and sign our petition.
Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) is an innovative way to finance energy efficiency and renewable energy upgrades for buildings. Interested property owners evaluate measures that achieve energy savings and receive 100% financing, repaid as a property tax assessment for up to 20 years. The assessment mechanism has been used nationwide for decades to access low-cost long-term capital to finance improvements to private property that meet a public purpose. By eliminating upfront costs, providing low-cost long-term financing and making it easy for building owners to transfer repayment obligations to a new owner upon sale, PACE overcomes challenges that have hindered adoption of energy efficiency and related projects in our nation’s commercial buildings.
Eventually, this program will be available for residential property.
See www.PACEnow.org and WWW.LoudounPACE.org
Location: Leesburg Town Hall Downstairs in Room B
Date:1st Tuesday of every month
Web site: www.LoudounPace.org
AFFORDABLE DWELLING UNIT PROGRAMThe Affordable Dwelling Unit (ADU) Program, administered by the Loudoun County Department of Family Services, provides opportunities to individuals and families to purchase their first home directly from the builder at a substantially lower sales price in emerging communities throughout the county. Applicants are subject to certain income and credit requirements.
More information on eligibility, program requirements, and the application process – including a link to an online application – is online at www.loudoun.gov/adu or by calling the ADU line at 703-737-8043. The line is staffed Monday through Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
Media Contact: Anna Nissinen, Public Affairs and Communications Officer,703-777-0113, firstname.lastname@example.org
READ MORE: http://1.usa.gov/YveLdF
Location: Leesburg, VA
Web site: www.loudoun.gov/adu