Virginia: 2A Sanctuary Meetings – Updates, Corrections, Additions – 12/7/19

Virginia 2A Sanctuary Locality Map 12-06-2019
Virginia 2A Sanctuary Locality Map 12-06-2019

Virginia – -(AmmoLand.com)- “Today, we need a nation of Minutemen, citizens who are not only prepared to take arms, but citizens who regard the preservation of freedom as the basic purpose of their daily life and who are willing to consciously work and sacrifice for that freedom.” – John F Kennedy

1. Accomack County to vote on a resolution on December 18
2. Contact Alexandria about becoming a Sanctuary
3. Brunswick County will vote on their discussion on December 11
4. Buckingham County to discuss/vote on their resolution on December 9
5. Caroline County to vote on their resolution on December 10
6. Charles City County to vote on their resolution on December 23
7. Grayson County has moved its meeting location
8. Correction to “day” listed for Hampton meeting
9. Contact Harrisonburg City Council to pass a 2A Sanctuary resolution
10. Henrico County needs to be urged again to pass a resolution. They are meeting at a new location on a new date
11. Contact Hopewell City Council to pass a 2A Sanctuary resolution
12. Isle of Wight has a new location for their meeting
13. Contact Loudoun County about not supporting the Constitution!
14. Matthews County to vote on their resolution on December 17
15. Mecklenburg County to vote on their resolution on December 9
16. New Kent slipped under the radar – they became a sanctuary on November 27!
17. Poquoson City Council to vote on their resolution on December 9
18. Prince Edward County to vote on a resolution on December 17, a new location
19. Prince George County to vote on a resolution on December 10 – updated information/time
20. Prince William County to vote on a resolution on December 10 – new supervisor vows to repeal any resolution
21. Richmond County Board of Supervisors to discuss/vote on their resolution on December 12
22. Roanoke City – let's try this again, they didn't listen, meeting on December 16
23. Rockingham County to vote on a resolution on December 11 – new location and time, email address correction
24. Rocky Mount City Council to meet on December 9 – ask them to become a sanctuary
25. Stafford County Board of Supervisors to meet on December 17
26. Surry County voted and passed a vastly watered-down resolution – contact them to make it stronger
27. Vinton Town Council to meet and discuss a resolution on December 17
28. Waynesboro City Council meeting on their resolution changed to January 13 and new location
29. Sanctuary locality map (Lead Image)
30. Sanctuary coverage

1. Accomack County to vote on a resolution on December 18

The Accomack County Board of Supervisors is meeting on Wednesday, December 18, at 5 pm. It is not clear if a resolution is on their agenda. Whether it is or is not on the agenda, let's have a huge turnout and urge that the resolution be passed! I cannot emphasize enough how important turnout is for that meeting.

December 18, 5:00pm
Board Chambers located in the Accomack County Administration Building
23296 Courthouse Avenue
Accomac, VA. 23301

2. Contact Alexandria about becoming a Sanctuary.

Urge the city of Alexandria to become a 2A Sanctuary!

Alexandria City Council
“Group” phone contact: 703-746-4500
Group / Individual Emails: Not published

  • Mayor: Justin M. Wilson, webmail, 703.746.4500
  • Vice Mayor: Elizabeth B. Bennett-Parker, webmail, 703.746.4500
  • Councilman: Canek Aguirre, webmail, 703.746.4500
  • Councilman: John Taylor Chapman, webmail, 703.746.4500
  • Councilwoman: Amy B. Jackson, webmail, 703.746.4500
  • Councilwoman: Redella S. “DEL” Pepper, webmail, 703.746.4500
  • Councilman: Mohamed E. “MO”, webmail, 703.746.4500

3. Brunswick County will vote on their discussion on December 11.

I am being told that the Brunswick County Board of Supervisors is going to vote on a resolution on Wednesday, December 11 at 7:30 pm. Whether they have it on the agenda or not, we need to urge them to pass a 2A Sanctuary resolution!

Location:
Board Meeting Room of the Brunswick County Government Building
228 N. Main Street
Lawrenceville, VA 23868

There is no contact information for the Supervisors, so just email the County Administrator, Dr. Charlette T. Woolridge, in support of the Board of Supervisors passing a Second Amendment Sanctuary resolution.

Here is the link to VCDL's model resolution:

https://www.vcdl.org/resources/Resources/Model_Resolution.docx

4. Buckingham County to discuss/vote on their resolution on December 9.

The Buckingham County Board of Supervisors is going to vote on their resolution on Monday, December 9 at 6:00 pm.

Location:
Peter Francisco Auditorium County Administration Complex
13360 W James Anderson Hwy
Buckingham, VA 23921

There is no contact information for the Supervisors, so just email the County Administrator, Rebecca S. Carter, in support of the Board of Supervisors passing a Second Amendment Sanctuary resolution.

5. Caroline County to vote on their resolution on December 10.

The Caroline County Board of Supervisors is going to vote on their resolution on Tuesday, December 10 at 6 pm.

Location:

Community Services Center Auditorium
17202 Richmond Turnpike
Milford, VA 22514

Clayton Forehand
Board of Supervisors
Title: Board of Supervisors – Madison District
Phone: 804-314-3214
[email protected]

Jeffery M. “Jeff” Sili
Board of Supervisors
Title: Board of Supervisors – Bowling Green District
Phone: 804-633-9084
[email protected]

Jeffrey S. Black
Board of Supervisors
Title: Board of Supervisors – Western Caroline District
Phone: 540-424-0264
[email protected]

Nancy Long
Board of Supervisors
Title: Board of Supervisors – Port Royal District
Phone: 540-621-9277
[email protected]

Floyd W. Thomas
Board of Supervisors
Title: Board of Supervisors – Mattaponi District
Phone: 804-572-1593
[email protected]

Reginald L. Underwood
Board of Supervisors
Title: Board of Supervisors – Reed Church District
Phone: 804-572-0636
[email protected]

6. Charles City County to vote on their resolution on December 23.

The Charles City County Board of Supervisors to vote on their resolution on Monday, December 23, at 7:30 pm.

Location:

Charles City County Courthouse
Charles City, VA 23030

7. Grayson County has moved its meeting location.

Due to expected crowd size, the Grayson County Board of Supervisors has moved their meeting to:

Grayson County High School Auditorium
110 Blue Devil Dr
Independence, VA

The meeting is on December 12 at 6 pm.

8. Correction to “day” listed for Hampton meeting.

Corrected listing:

There is word that the Hampton City Council is going to consider a 2A Sanctuary resolution on Wednesday, December 11, at 6:30 pm.

Whether the resolution is heard or not, we should flood the room and urge them to pass such a resolution!

Council Chambers
22 Lincoln Street
City Hall
Hampton, VA 23669

You can email all of City Council at once by clicking here.

9. Contact Harrisonburg City Council to pass a 2A Sanctuary resolution.

If you live in Harrisonburg, contact City Council and urge them to pass a 2A Sanctuary resolution.

Here is a link to the VCDL model resolution:

www.vcdl.org/resources/Resources/Model_Resolution.docx

-George Hirschmann
[email protected]

-Christopher Jones

[email protected]

-Richard Baugh
[email protected]

-Mayor Deanna R. Reed
[email protected]

– Vice Mayor Sal Romera
[email protected]

10. Henrico County needs to be urged again to pass a resolution. They are meeting at new location on new date.

The Henrico County Board of Supervisors is having a special meeting on Tuesday, December 10, at 5:30 pm. We don't know if a Sanctuary resolution is going to be discussed or not. But let's show up and ask them again, if not. NOTE: new location.

Location:

Belmont Recreation Center
1600 Hilliard Road
Henrico, Virginia 23228

11. Contact Hopewell City Council to pass a 2A Sanctuary resolution.

Contact your Hopewell City Council members and urge them to pass a 2A Sanctuary resolution.

Jasmine E. Gore, Mayor
City Contact: (804) 446-0009
Email: [email protected]

Patience Bennett, Vice Mayor
Email: [email protected]

Deborah Randolph, Councilor
Email: [email protected]

Johnny Partin, Councilor
Email: [email protected]

Brenda S. Pelham
Contact: (804) 720-8619 (cell)
Email: [email protected]

12. Isle of Wight has a new location for their meeting.

As is the trend with the massive turnouts, the Isle of Wight Board of Supervisors has moved their Thursday, December 12 7:30pm meeting to:

Windsor Town Center
23361 Courthouse Hwy
Windsor, VA 23487

13. Contact Loudoun County about not supporting the Constitution!

A vote to make Loudoun County a 2a Sanctuary failed recently. We need to show up at the next meeting and let the Board of Supervisors know that we are displeased with that failure.

The vote was:

  • Higgins – Aye
  • Volpe – Aye
  • Randall – Nay
  • Meyer – Nay
  • Umstaddt – Nay
  • Saines – Nay
  • Bouna – Abstain
  • Buffington – Abstain
  • Letourneau – Absent

The next meeting is on Wednesday, December 11, at 6 pm.

Location:

Board Room, First Floor, Government Center
1 Harrison Street, S.E.,
Leesburg, VA 20177-7000

Phyllis Randal (Chair-at-Large)
[email protected]
Phone: 703-777-0204
Fax: 703-777-0421
https://www.loudoun.gov/2223/Chair-Phyllis-J-Randall

Ralph Buona (Vice Chair, Ashburn District)
[email protected]
Phone: 703-777-0204
Fax: 703-777-0421
https://www.loudoun.gov/2247/Ashburn-Supervisor-Ralph-M-Buona

Suzanne Volpe (Algonkian District)
[email protected]
Phone: 703-777-0204
Fax: 703-777-0421
https://www.loudoun.gov/2232/Algonkian-Supervisor-Suzanne-Volpe

Tony Buffington (Blue Ridge District)
[email protected]
Phone:703-777-0204
Fax: 703-777-0421

Ron Meyer (Broad Run District)
[email protected]
Phone: 703-777-0204
Fax: 703-777-0421

Geary Higgins (Catoctin District)
[email protected]
Phone: 703-777-0204
Fax: 703-777-0421

Matthew Letourneau (Dulles District)
[email protected]
Phone:703-777-0204
Fax: 703-777-0421

Kristen Umstattd (Leesburg District)
[email protected]
Phone: 703-777-0204
Fax: 703-777-0421

Koran Saines (Sterling District)
[email protected]
Phone: 703-777-0204
Fax: 703-777-0421

14. Matthews County to vote on their resolution on December 17.

The Matthews County Board fo Supervisors is going to vote on their resolution on Tuesday, December 17 at 1 pm.

Location:

17 Church Street
Matthews, VA 23109

15. Mecklenburg County to vote on their resolution on December 9.

The Mecklenburg County Board fo Supervisors is going to vote on their resolution on Monday, December 9 at 7 pm.

Location:
Goode Bank Building in the Board of Supervisors meeting room
350 Washington Street
Boydton, VA

Someone told me the meeting was in the County Courthouse, but I cannot confirm that.

16. New Kent slipped under the radar – they became a sanctuary on November 27!

Things have been moving so fast, that I missed that New Kent County is now a sanctuary! Count of sanctuaries is now 46!

17. Poquoson City Council to vote on their resolution on December 9.

The Poquoson City Council is going to vote on their resolution on Monday, December 9, at 7 pm.

Location:

City Council Chambers
500 City Hall Avenue
Poquoson, VA 23662

18. Prince Edward County to vote on a resolution on December 17, a new location.

The Prince Edward County Board of Supervisors has moved their December 17, 7 pm, meeting to:

Prince Edward County High School Auditorium
1482 Zion Hill Road
Farmville, VA 23901

19. Prince George County to vote on a resolution on December 10 – updated information/time.

Prince George Board of Supervisors will be voting on the 2A Sanctuary resolution on December 10, 2019 at the:

County Administration Bldg.
6602 Courts Drive
Boardroom
Third Floor
Prince George, VA

Please plan to be there by 6 p.m. – there is another local issue on the agenda that might draw crowd (related to school funding). There is plenty of parking all around the Administrative building. It is NOT a court or a school – legal carry is allowed.

VCDL EM Leyla Myers has a large roll of stickers and she will be there early.

The resolution will be voted as part of the Consensus Agenda – it is 7 p.m. when they vote – and there is not going to be a public hearing for this resolution. But during the work session, which starts at 6 p.m., there is a time for public hearing – you can just show up and sign up when you get there – give the sign up sheet to the clerk. If you don’t sign up, but wish to speak, you can wait until they ask if anyone else wishes to speak. If you show up at 7 p.m. – they will not be taking any comments.

Text of the proposed resolution can be found here (Look under Order of Consensus – item C-2) – www.princegeorgeva.org/agenda_details_T14_R223.php

20. Prince William County to vote on resolution on December 10 – new supervisor vows to repeal any resolution.

If the resolution is passed on December 10, the incoming Chair warns the new Board of Supervisors will immediately repeal it.

Let them tell a room packed to the rafters with gun owners that the new Board of Supervisors doesn't respect the Constitution.

Incoming Prince William Co. supervisor warns against ‘Second Amendment sanctuary’

Incoming Prince William Co. supervisor warns against ‘Second Amendment sanctuary'

21. Richmond County Board of Supervisors to discuss/vote on their resolution on December 12.

The Richmond County Board of Supervisors is going to vote on their resolution on Thursday, December 12 at 9 am.

Location:

Public Meeting Room
101 Court Circle
Warsaw, VA 22572

22. Roanoke City – let's try this again, they didn't listen, meeting on December 16.

Many are planning to try again to get a vote on a Sanctuary resolution by the Roanoke City Council. The effort is being coordinated here:

The City of Roanoke needs your support. Please come out if you can. Strength in numbers! www.facebook.com/events/1475026802659699/

23. Rockingham County to vote on resolution on December 11 – new location and time, email address correction.

The Rockingham County Board of Supervisors has moved their meeting where they plan on voting on their resolution to:

Spotswood High School
368 Blazer Drive
Penn Laird, VA

No carry at schools!

The meeting is on December 11 at 7:15 pm. Seating starts at 6:30 pm.

For Rockingham County residents only. Include your name, address, and indicate your support for Rockingham County becoming a 2nd Amendment Sanctuary.

Dist 1: Pablo Cuevas
540-896-7889
[email protected]

Dist 2: Sallie Wolfe-Garrison
540-688-8082
[email protected]

Dist 3: Rick Chandler
540-560-8974
[email protected]

Dist 4: William B. Kyger
540-746-0909
[email protected]

Dist 5: Micheal A. Breeden
540-289-5358
[email protected]

24. Rocky Mount City Council to meet on December 9 – ask them to become a sanctuary

Rocky Mount, VA Town Council Meeting
Date: 09 December 2019
Time: 7:00pm
Location:

Allen O. Woody, Jr. Municipal Building
345 Donald Avenue
Rocky Mount, VA 24151

To email comments in support of a 2A Sanctuary resolution to the City Council, email the Town Clerk, Rebecca Dillon at: [email protected]

Include the link to the VCDL model resolution: www.vcdl.org/resources/Resources/Model_Resolution.docx

25. Stafford County Board of Supervisors to meet on December 17

The Stafford County Board of Supervisors is going to hear and maybe vote on their resolution.

The Board of Supervisors will meet on Tuesday, December 17, at 3 pm in the County Administration Building at:

1300 Courthouse Road
Stafford, VA

The public can speak at the beginning of the meeting. Each person has 3 minutes. You may carry.

26. Surry County voted and passed a vastly watered-down resolution – contact them to make it stronger

The resolution that Surry County passed was extremely watered down. There was no need to do that. Contact the Board of Supervisors and tell them to pass the VCDL model Second Amendment Sanctuary resolution:

27. Vinton Town Council to meet and discuss resolution on December 17

The Vinton Town Council is going to consider a 2A Sanctuary resolution on Tuesday, December 17 at 7 pm. Need a turnout!

Location:

Vinton Municipal Building
311 S. Pollard St
Vinton, VA

28. Waynesboro City Council meeting on their resolution changed to January 13 and new location

I'm getting conflicting information on the Waynesboro meeting on their resolution. It was Monday, January 9. I'm told that it is now January 13, 2020 at the Kate Collins Middle School. At this point, I suggest everyone going to the meeting call and verify the location: (540) 942-6669.

Or, better, just go on Monday and urge the City Council to pass the resolution!

29. Sanctuary locality map is filling in nicely: See lead image.

30. Sanctuary coverage

https://www.whsv.com/content/news/Hearing-set-to-begin-as-Augusta-County-considers-becoming-a-2nd-Amendment-sanctuary-565802181.html

Overflow Crowd Turns Out in Blue County to Support Second Amendment

No laws have passed, but Virginia communities keep declaring themselves Second Amendment sanctuaries

http://winchesterstar.va.newsmemory.com/publink.php?shareid=0c827445f

Lies and Dishonesty About Virginia Sanctuary Movement as the Number of Counties Grows

http://www.wmal.com/2019/12/04/mornings-on-the-mall-12-04-19-cal-thomas-stephen-gutowski-fox-5s-lindsay-watts-susan-ferrechio-charles-cooke/


Virginia Citizens Defense LeagueAbout Virginia Citizens Defense League, Inc. (VCDL):

Virginia Citizens Defense League, Inc. (VCDL). VCDL is an all-volunteer, non-partisan grassroots organization dedicated to defending the human rights of all Virginians. The Right to Keep and Bear Arms is a fundamental human right.

For more information, visit: www.vcdl.org.

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GreyFox

Can you get the information posted for Fauquier County? Sent it via email. We’re losing valuable time!

Fauquier Board of Supervisors Meeting, December 12th at 6:30PM
Warren Green Building
10 Hotel Street
Warrenton, Virginia 20186

Fauquier County Board of Supervisors

Lee District – Christopher T. Butler, Chair
[email protected]

Marshall District – Mary Leigh McDaniel, Vice Chair
[email protected]

Cedar Run District – Richard R. Gerhardt
[email protected]

Center District – Christopher N. Granger
[email protected]

Scott District – R. Holder Trumbo, Jr.
[email protected]

Tactical IT
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Tactical IT

Chesterfield County is having a BoS meeting Wednesday December, 11th from 6 to 9PM.
Public Meeting Room, 10001 Iron Bridge Road, Chesterfield VA 23832.
Lets pack it to the rafters.

JPM
Member
JPM

I have always been dubious of State level elections as there are no Electoral Colleges in the states, and as such, the large population centers within the states control the elections for U.S. Senate, U.S. Congress, governor and many other state level offices and the small communities and rural residents’ votes are ignored or rendered mute. The local elections (Sheriff, county commission, mayor, etc.) are more reflective of the residents and their beliefs and values. As can be seen by the map of the Virginia 2nd Amendment Sanctuary counties, the majority of the residents of Virginia are clearly and overwhelmingly… Read more »

Rattlerjake
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Rattlerjake

In reality, the state governments should be set u the same as the federal government when it come to voting. Our Constitution lays down the requirements and since the states must ratify and support the Constitution, they should also have the same electoral system, but instead they have chosen”mob rule” voting.

Rattlerjake
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Rattlerjake

Lack of electoral college voting within state elections is exactly why states are easily turned blue. Leftists escaping Commiefornia, NJ, NY, and other high tax/oppressive-law states move into the major cities in conservative states and soon out number the native population. Texas is only a blink away from turning blue!

joefoam
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joefoam

Glad to see the folks standing up for their rights. I hope this continues nationwide. And I certainly hope it demonstrates that democrats and their policies are anti-constitutional and will cost you your rights. With a voting bloc of 100+ million gun owners, no gun control candidate should ever be elected.

Mac
Member
Mac

The shape of things to come?

Deplorable Bill
Member
Deplorable Bill

Can you even imagine any socialist, communist left leaning demoncrap saying the words that John Kennedy said at the top of this article ? I am a vet and I took the oath to defend the nation, the people and the constitution against ALL ENEMIES foreign and domestic. I still live that oath and I know that I am not alone so….. I have no doubt that if/when the demoncrapic, socialist, communist left ban/buy back/seize the nation’s and the people’s firearms that a second revolutionary war will happen.

Arm up, carry on.

Autsin Miller III
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Autsin Miller III

VCDL you guys are doing an awesome job! I love reading how grassroots activism is making such a difference. What are your remedies to remove county board members that vote against the popular will?

Darkman
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Darkman

Let your imagination be your guide, That is the ploy used by Liberals. Just don;t allow morals to get in the way. Patriots taking the high moral road is what has allowed the evil in the Demoncratic party to survive long enough to destroy the very meaning of Freedom.

Autsin Miller III
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Autsin Miller III

@Darkman, I hear you friend but there is a problem there, my morals are very much in the way. I truly do understand what you mean and I don’t disagree that the Democratic party has lost their moral imperative but I’m not willing to give up mine in response. I also don’t believe that is the only way to win. There are a lot of good folk on the other side of the political aisle. Maybe we can reach them, maybe we can’t but draconian actions against them…. sorry, not me. We may one day get there, but as far… Read more »

Superman
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Superman

With friends like you, who needs enemies?

ras52
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ras52

There are very few good folk on the other side of the aisle. They want to destroy our rights. We must not allow that to happen!

Heed the Call-up
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Heed the Call-up

The only “remedy” is to vote them out. That is a local matter and not part of this 2A sanctuary campaign, since elections have already happened. The VCDL is a volunteer grassroots organization and does not have millions of dollars to put into elections like Bloomberg did in Virginia this past election. The VCDL made voters aware of the stakes as best as it could prior to this election. Sadly, as typical, it took horrific results to get people to wake-up. Also, even after the election, when I talk to other firearm owners about the proposed legislation, they see how… Read more »

ras52
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ras52

Heed, right on!

Truth
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Truth

How can you say “vote them out” when we have seen at the midterms 2 phenomena: 1) Dead and illegal votes counted as legitimate – in Detroit alone there were over 25,000 votes known to be a) dead people b) illegals c) second vote from the same person Now multiply 25,000 x …say 1,000 other cities or town and you get 25,000,000 votes for dems – ALL illegal. 2) Hardly ANY GOP contested the illegal votes – maybe 1 or 2 did. How in the he!! can they do that when they know what happened? I am calling the GOP… Read more »