Virginia Has Three New 2A Sanctuary Counties, Action Items, More Hearings..

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Virginia – -(AmmoLand.com)- another alert will be going out with many more localities that need to be contacted about becoming a sanctuary. If you don’t see your county tonight, wait for that alert before contacting me about getting your county on the list. Remember, these emails are not a comprehensive list, only a partial list that is either new or has changed.

1. King William, Southampton, and Powhatan counties are now Second Amendment Sanctuaries!
2. MASSIVE turnouts in Bedford County and Pulaski County for the introduction of resolution on Monday
3. URGENT Action Item: Prince William County tonight (November 26) to be asked to introduce 2A Sanctuary resolution
4. URGENT Action Item: Chesapeake to be asked to pass resolution tonight (November 26) – turn out to show support needed!
5. URGENT Action Item: Winchester to be asked to pass resolution tonight, November 26
6. Action Item: Louisa County needs its Board of Supervisors pounded to get the resolution moving!
7. Action Item: Chesterfield County needs its Board of Supervisors pounded to get the resolution moving! Next meeting is December 11
8. Action Item: New Kent County to hear resolution on November 27
9. Action Item: James City County to hear resolution on December 10
10. Action Item: Colonial Heights to vote on the resolution on December 10
11. Action Item: Tazewell County to hear resolution on December 3, now have contact info
12. Clarification: Greene County is discussing, but not voting on the resolution tonight, November 26
13. Change: Shenandoah County is hearing the resolution at 7:00 pm meeting tonight, November 26
14. Change: Westmoreland County is NOT considering resolution on December 9th – let’s turnout anyway!
15. Change: Rappahannock County to hear resolution at a new location due to expected turnout
16. Coverage in the media

1. King William, Southampton, and Powhatan counties are now Second Amendment Sanctuaries!

And the tsunami continues! We are now at FIFTEEN Sanctuaries! Supervisors keep saying these are the largest crowds they have ever seen. These meetings are a blast to attend!

King William: voted unanimously in front of an overflow crowd. The Board Chairman said he heard gun owners “loud and clear!”

Powhatan: vote was 3 to 2, but the 2 “no” votes seemed supportive in principle but wanted more time to meet with the Sheriff. Voting aye: Cabell, Melton, Nordvig. Voting nay: Williams, Tucker.

Southampton: extremely heavy turnout, cheers broke out as vote was unanimous to become a 2A Sanctuary!

2. MASSIVE turnouts in Bedford County and Pulaski County for introduction of resolution on Monday

Bedford: member Steve Wirt sent me this:

“Tonight’s meeting was a general meeting, but, somehow people thought they were voting on The Resolution. There were about 1,000 People there! I gave out a whole roll of GSL Stickers [PVC: each roll holds 1,000 stickers] and ran out! The Board indicated that they WILL Pass the resolution on December 9th! They are choosing a BIGGER meeting place! I WILL be there as well!”

We should still pack the meeting on December 10th to underscore our resolve!

Pulaski: member Roy Songster posted this:

“Auditorium is full inside the Pulaski County meeting and was full at 6:00, an hour before the meeting started. At least 300 standing outside on the steps and walks and sidewalks. We aren’t getting inside. We are just as important out here as they are in there.” [PVC: Amen to that!]

3. URGENT Action Item: Prince William County tonight (November 26) to be asked to introduce 2A Sanctuary resolution

We need a turnout tonight (Tuesday, November 26) to push for the 2A Sanctuary resolution vote to be held at the December 3 Board of Supervisors (BOS) meeting. Email the Board of Supervisors with the request, too.

Website for PWC BOS:
https://www.pwcgov.org/government/bocs/Pages/BOCS-Landing-Page.aspx

Website for 2019 PWC BOS Meeting Schedule
https://www.pwcgov.org/government/bocs/Documents/BOCS%20Meeting%20Schedule.pdf

Current agenda for Nov 26, 2019 BOS meeting at 1400
1 County Complex Court, Prince William, Virginia 22192 • 703-792-6000 | www.pwcgov.org
https://eservice.pwcgov.org/documents/bocs/agendas/currentagenda.pdf

Chairman at-Large:
Corey A. Stewart
Office Phone: 703-792-4640
Office Fax: 703-792-4637
[email protected]

Potomac District Supervisor
Maureen S. Caddigan
Office Phone: 703-792-4645
Office Fax: 703-792-4622
[email protected]

Brentsville District Supervisor
Jeanine Lawson
Office Phone: 703-792-6190
[email protected]

Coles District Supervisor
Martin E. Nohe
Office Phone: 703-792-4620
Office Fax: 703-792-4610
[email protected]

Gainesville District Supervisor
Pete Candland
Office Phone: 703-792-6195
Office Fax: 703-792-7664
[email protected]

Neabsco District Supervisor
Victor S. Angry
Office Phone: 703-792-4667
Office Fax: 703-792-4669
[email protected]

Occoquan District Supervisor
Ruth M. Anderson
Office Phone: 703-792-4643
Office Fax: 703-792-4833
[email protected]

Woodbridge District Supervisor
Frank J. Principi
Office Phone: 703-792-4646
Office Fax: 703-792-4993
[email protected]

4. URGENT Action Item: Chesapeake to be asked to pass resolution tonight (November 26) – turnout to show support needed!

During the public comment period, Member Mark Eggeman is going to request that Chespeake City Council introduce and vote on a 2A Sanctuary resolution and we need to pack the room in support! Mark is also hoping to have a ton of gun owners signed up to speak in support, too!

The meeting is at 6:30 pm, November 26 at the City Hall Council Chamber 306 Cedar Rd., Chesapeake VA 23322.

To register to speak, call the City Clerk’s Office at: (757) 382-6151.

Also, contact City Council members and ask them to support the resolution:

Dr. Richard W. “Rick” West
Mayor
Home: 757-436-1915
Fax: 757-382-6678
Office: 757-382-6153
Email: [email protected]

Dr. John M. de Triquet
Vice Mayor
Home: 757-484-0542
Fax: 757-382-6678
Office: 757-382-6153
Email: [email protected]

R. Stephen Best, Sr.
Council Member
Office: 757-382-6153
Fax: 757-382-6678
Email: [email protected]

Matthew R. “Matt” Hamel
Council Member
Office: 757-382-6153
Fax: 757-382-6678
Email: [email protected]

Robert C. Ike, Jr.
Council Member
Home: 757-842-4819
Fax: 757-482-6654
Ph. Mail: 757-382-6956
Email: [email protected]

Dwight M. Parker
Council Member
Phone: 757-484-4452
Fax: 757-382-6678
Office: 757-382-6153
Email: [email protected]

S.Z. “Debbie” Ritter
Council Member
Contact Numbers:
Home: 757-482-4242
Fax: 757-482-6356
Ph. Mail: 757-382-6948
Email: [email protected]

Susan R. Vitale
Council Member
Office: 757-382-6153
Fax: 757-382-6678
Email: [email protected]

Dr. Ella P. Ward
Council Member
Home: 757-488-6843
Fax: 757-488-7984
Ph. Mail: 757-382-6950
Email: [email protected]

5. URGENT Action Item: Winchester to be asked to pass resolution tonight, November 26

Winchester will be asked to become a 2A Sanctuary during public comment period at 6 pm, November 26, at:

15 N Cameron St
Winchester, Virginia

Requesting a turnout to show support.

6. Action Item: Louisa County needs its Board of Supervisors pounded to get the resolution moving!

There is some weakness by some of the members of the Louisa County Board of Supervisors. Louisa County, you need to FLOOD their mailboxes to get them on board! And we had best PACK their December 2nd meeting!

Louisa County 2A Sanctuary County meeting:

Monday, December 2
Public Meeting begins at 6PM (closed session before that)
Louisa County Administration Building
Public Meeting Room
1 Woolfolk Avenue
Louisa, Virginia 23093

Toni Williams
Jackson District, Chairman
[email protected]
Phone: 540-894-7590

Duane Adams
Mineral District, Vice Chairman
[email protected]
Phone: 540-894-3149

Robert Babyok
Green Springs District
[email protected]
Phone: 301-351-9910

Tommy Barlow
Mountain Road District
[email protected]
Phone: 804-556-4656
Mobile: 804-310-4130
Work: 804-556-4666

Fitzgerald A. Barnes
Patrick Henry District
[email protected]
Phone: 540-967-1967
Mobile: 434-996-8534

Willie L. Gentry, Jr.
Cuckoo District
[email protected]
Phone: 540-894-4751
Mobile: 540-894-6437

Troy Wade
Louisa District
[email protected]
Phone: 434-466-8349

7. Action Item: Chesterfield County needs its Board of Supervisors pounded to get the resolution moving! Next meeting is December 11

Chesterfield County residents, the Board of Supervisors needs to hear from you (and from you again if you already contacted them). They don’t seem to understand why the resolution should be adopted.

Tell them that the resolution is just the first step in protecting the rights of Chesterfield County citizens. The resolution sends a strong message to the General Assembly not to pass any of the unconstitutional gun-control bills that the Democrat leadership is pushing. So far there are 15 counties who have signed the resolution in the last two weeks and many more are about to pass such resolutions. The Sheriff and Commonwealth Attorney will both be contacted to on that issue, as well.

Here are the current Second Amendment counties: Appomattox, Campbell, Carroll, Charlotte, Dickenson, Dinwiddie, Giles, King William, Lee, Nottoway, Patrick, Pittsylvania, Powhatan, Southampton, Sussex.

Let’s turn out in force for their next Board of Supervisors meeting, too! I will speak and ask them to introduce the resolution and I will need the room filled and overflowing!

The next Board meeting is:

Date: December 11, 2019
Time: 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location:
Public Meeting Room
Address:
10001 Iron Bridge Road
Chesterfield, VA 23832

Board of Supervisors Members:

Leslie Haley
Chair
Midlothian District
[email protected]

Steve A. Elswick
Vice-Chair
Matoaca District
[email protected]

James Holland
Dale District
[email protected]

Dorothy Jaeckle
Bermuda District
[email protected]

Christopher Winslow
Clover Hill District
[email protected]

8. Action Item: New Kent County to hear resolution on November 27

A revised agenda has been posted for the 11/27/19 meeting. Agenda Item 2 – Resolution R-26-19 – A Resolution in Support of Second Amendment Rights has been added. All other agenda items have been shifted down one position but the content has not changed. Please go to https://www.co.new-kent.va.us/625/NovusAgenda for more details. [PVC: Thanks to members R. Beyer, P. Tanner, and B. Wagner, for the information.]

Date/time/Location:

November 27
6:00 PM
Boardroom of the County Administration Building
12007 Courthouse Circle
New Kent, VA 23124

Board Members:

District 1
Voting Precincts: Tunstall and Southern Branch
Thomas W. Evelyn
[email protected]
(804) 310-7333

District 2
Voting Precincts: Quinton and Kentwood
C. Thomas Tiller, Jr. 2019 Chairman
[email protected]
(804) 385-0787

District 3
Voting Precincts: Watkins and Cumberland
Patricia A. Paige 2019 Vice Chairman
[email protected]
(804) 239-0483

District 4
Voting Precincts: Mountcastle and Providence Forge
Ron Stiers
[email protected]
(804) 385-0779

District 5
Voting Precincts: Eltham & Chickahominy River
W. R. “Ray” Davis, Jr.
[email protected]
(804) 363-7724

9. Action Item: James City County to hear resolution on December 10 – huge turnout requested to show support!

Board of Supervisors member Sue Sadler is going to introduce the 2A Sanctuary resolution on December 10 at 5pm at:

101 Mounts Bay Road
Building F
Williamsburg, VA 23185

Also, flood the Board with emails and/or phone calls:

Ruth Larson
Member – Berkley District
Phone: (757) 603-0508
Email: [email protected]

Jim Icenhour
Chair – Jamestown District
Phone: (757) 790-9048
Email: [email protected]

John McGlennon
Member – Roberts District
Phone: (757) 220-0568
Email: [email protected]

Michael J. Hipple
Vice Chair – Powhatan District
Phone: (757) 634-9895
Email: [email protected]

Sue Sadler
Member – Stonehouse District
Phone: (757) 585-9272
Email: [email protected]

10. Action Item: Colonial Heights to vote on resolution on December 10

The Colonial Heights City Council Clerk sent this to member N. Barker:

“Council will vote on the proposed resolution at the December 10 Regular Council meeting; the meeting will begin at 7:00 P.M. in the Council Chambers at City Hall, 201 James Avenue. This will not be a public hearing; therefore, there will not be a public comment period for citizens to speak to this subject. A copy of theproposed resolution will be available for public view on the City’s website, Thursday, December 5 after 4:00 P.M.

If you wish to express your support or concerns, you may send an email or written correspondence to me, the City Clerk, and I will forward to each Council member.”

So, let’s flood the Clerk with requests for the 2A Sanctuary resolution: [email protected]

11. Action Item: Tazewell County to hear resolution on December 3, now have contact info

Hearing: 5:30 pm, 12/3/19

County BOS Meeting Room (first floor, faces Main St – lots of big windows) in the County Administration building.
197 Main St
Tazewell VA

Travis Hackworth, Chairman
Northwestern District
P.O. Box 1129
Cedar Bluff, VA 24609
Phone: 276-963-8946
[email protected]

Charles A. Stacy, Vice Chairman
Eastern District
P.O. Box 1025
Bluefield, VA 25605
Phone: 276-322-3640 or 800-478-1505
[email protected]

Maggie Asbury
Northern District
P.O. Box 244
Boissevain, VA 24606
Phone: 276-945-2441 or 276-970-2023
[email protected]

Mike Hymes
Southern District
P.O. Box 7
Tazewell, VA 24651
Phone: 276-385-1200
[email protected]

Tom A. Lester, Jr.
Western District
194 E. Hillcrest
Cedar Bluff, VA 24609
Phone: 276-385-1200 or 276-220-6689
[email protected]

12. Clarification: Greene County is discussing, but not voting on the resolution tonight, November 26

No vote expected tonight, but there will be a discussion of the resolution, so a large turnout is requested!

13. Change: Shenandoah County is hearing the resolution at 7:00 pm meeting tonight, November 26

The hearing will be 7 pm, not 4 pm.

14. Change: Westmoreland County is NOT considering resolution on December 9th – let’s turnout anyway!

Apparently Westmoreland County is not going to consider the 2A Sanctuary resolution on December 9th. Let’s have a huge turnout on that date anyway to demand they introduce and vote on the resolution! Also, call them and urge them to introduce and vote on the resolution.

Time 6:00 p.m.
Location:
George D. English, Sr. Memorial Building
111 Polk Street
Montross, Virginia, 22520.

NOTE: No email for the Board of Supervisors in Westmoreland County! You will have to call them.

The Board consists of :
Darryl E. Fisher, Chairman
Election District #1
1520 Nomini Hall Road
Hague, VA 22469
804-472-3794

W. W. Hynson, Vice Chairman
Election District #4
436 Thompson Circle
Colonial Beach, VA 22443
804-224-9684

Russ Culver
Election District #2
88 Stern Way
Montross, VA 22520
804-859-0001

Dorothy Dickerson Tate
Election District #3
10400 Kings Highway
Montross, VA 22520
804-493-9592

Larry Roberson
Election District #5
215 Cedar Avenue
Colonial Beach, VA 22443
804-224-9453

15. Change: Rappahannock County to hear resolution at new location due to expected turnout.

Rappahannock County is presenting the 2A Resolution at the Board of Supervisors Meeting on Monday, December 2, at 7:00PM at:

Rappahannock County High School Auditorium
12576 Lee Hwy
Washington, VA 22747

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
Wakefield District
Roger A. Welch, Chairman
Phone: (540) 675-3686
Fax: (540) 675-5331
E-Mail: [email protected]

Stonewall-Hawthorne District
I. Christopher Parrish
Phone: (540)270-6093
Fax: (540) 675-5331
E-Mail: [email protected]

Piedmont District
Christine Smith, Vice-Chair
Phone: (540) 987-5007
Fax: (540) 675-5331
E-Mail: [email protected]

Jackson District
Ronald L. Frazier
Phone: (540)937-5983
Fax: (540) 675-5331
E-Mail: [email protected]

Hampton District
John D. Lesinski
Phone: (540)987-8998
Fax: (540) 675-5331
E-Mail: [email protected]


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Magpie
Magpie
1 year ago

Too late. The Commonwealth of Virginia already killed those sanctuaries.
comment imagefords.org/preemption-of-local-laws-in-virginia/

joefoam
joefoam
1 year ago

I keep reading these stories about massive turnouts to meetings and droves of people mobbing gun stores responding to the election of the democrats. Where were all these hordes of people on election day? Maybe it will serve notice to the balance of the gun owning voters in the country (100+ million) that they’d better get off their collective butts and turn out on election day.

StWayne
StWayne
1 year ago

It saddens me deeply to know that this is what it has come down to for America, as if the Constitution never existed. But because it has, Virginia, whether you like it or not, you have become the new shining city on a hill that cannot be hid. America loves you, stands behind you, and throws its Constitution loving arms around you. We are family.

tetejaun
tetejaun
1 year ago

I have written letters of praise to every town that supports our Constitution and, especially, our Second Amendment.
Show your support, write or call these Americans with your praise.