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Constituents Say Tim Hugo is GREAT

By Greg L | 30 September 2011 | Fairfax County, Virginia House, Prince William County | 4 Comments

I had the pleasure of getting someone in Centreville who was having a problem with VDOT and Fairfax County in touch with Delegate Tim Hugo recently, because I knew this would be the most effective way of getting it addressed.  Tonight I got a nice email back from him, and as I knew would happen, Tim went above and beyond to make things right.  Prince William County is very lucky to add Tim Hugo to their delegation.

TIM HUGO IS GREAT!!! He is a politician for the people, and I’ve never met one for the people ever. Every Virginian should be as proud as I am to have him representing us. He is the poster boy of what politicians should be. He renews my faith in government.

We had a meeting tonight with VDOT and the Church and the Supervisor and Tim Hugo. And thanks to Tim Hugo, the issue has been resolved, turn lane will be repaired and remain open keeping a safe turn lane for hundreds of drivers and their children.

He worked it out so the mistake was corrected and did it in the most sensible manner. In other words he not only looked out after his constituents (who he didn’t know) he actually cared about what was happening and took action.  Just think what this country could accomplish with politicians like him.

I’ll have a lot more on this later — this is a really interesting story about planning and zoning, the needs of small businesses and common-sense safety issues, and I decided to film a short documentary about it.  Government stupidity, elected officials who didn’t care, and people crying out that a bureaucratic decision was going to put children’s lives at risk suddenly changes when one elected official bothers to find out what’s going on and assumes personal responsibility to fix it.  It’s a pretty cool story, and I’m excited to have the opportunity to share it.

There’s one more segment to film on this project, which I can hopefully get done in the next week or so, and when it’s ready I’ll be posting it here.  In the meantime, here’s a few more constituents of Tim Hugo who think he’s great, and with good reason.



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4 Comments

  1. Harry said on 1 Oct 2011 at 1:26 pm:
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    I had the pleasure of seeing Tim Hugo in action and I must say, I am VERY impressed. The big difference with this man is that he seems to really understand that he represents the people in his district. Many of the politicians at the county level seem to represent the needs of the county, not the needs of the people. Same is true for many State delegates and nearly ALL federal congressmen. These clowns work for the bureaucracy; not the people.

    Not Tim Hugo. He understands who he represents and what his job is.

    I have watched Tim selflessly put himself out there to help people. When politicians get involved to right wrongs - even when it doesn’t serve their political interest - it is a beautiful thing.

    I’ll be doing everything I can to help Tim Hugo stay in office. He is EXACTLY what we need in an elected official.

  2. thinker said on 1 Oct 2011 at 7:31 pm:
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    I think the most important words in the commentary are “common sense”, if our entire governmental system showed more of it, our country would be in much better shape.

  3. Anonymous said on 3 Oct 2011 at 9:09 am:
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    Without knowing the “rest of the story,” I’d venture that VDOT is the real culprit here, and that if the planners in that agency had exercised their brains, the problem never would have surfaced, and Mr. Hugo never would have had to expend time and energy on it.

  4. anon said on 4 Oct 2011 at 4:33 pm:
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    Don’t tell me, the “supervisor” is Michael Frey… Yeah, that meeting needed a real man to make decisions, not him. He’s too worried about day laborer shelters for illegals.

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