Petition Closed

If boarders are evicted, even temporarily, the small, woman-owned business running the facility will face financial ruin and Fairfax County will lose yet another boarding facility, meaning the loss of $1,000 tor $1,200 per horse per month to Fairfax County. If boarders are evicted, Mason Neck and Fairfax County will lose Meadowood as they know it. This is easy to fix. Speak up and save Meadowood.

Letter to
Chief of Staff to Bob Abbey Jane Lin
Virginia State Senate
Virginia State House
and 8 others
U.S. Senate
U.S. House of Representatives
Deputy Director, BLM Mike Pool
Chief External Affairs Robert Gillcash
State Director John Lyon
Planning & Environmental Coordinator Kurt Wadzinski
Director, Bureau of Land Managment Acting Director
Virginia Governor
I just signed the following petition addressed to: Keep horses at Meadowood..

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Urge BLM to keep boarded horses at Meadowood during repairs.

If boarders are evicted, even temporarily, the small, woman-owned business running the facility will face financial ruin and Fairfax County will lose yet another boarding facility, meaning the loss of $1,000 tor $1,200 per horse per month to Fairfax County. If boarders are evicted, Mason Neck and Fairfax County will lose Meadowood as they know it. This is easy to fix. Speak up and save Meadowood.
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Sincerely,