Posted by Randy | February 28, 2012
After a full week in Chesterfield County, I had the opportunity to visit with Fourth District residents in Wakefield, Virginia. At a meeting with my Farmers Advisory Board at the Virginia Diner, we discussed the overreach of new EPA air quality regulations and how to create a stable supply of workers for the agriculture industry in the long term and short term, among other key issues impacting farmers (read about my work on agriculture issues here).
Additionally, I had the opportunity to hear directly from Fourth District constituents at a small town-hall meeting at the Town Office in Wakefield.
If you haven’t already, take a moment to share with me what’s on your mind.
Posted by Randy | May 25, 2011
Hurricane Awareness Week (May 22-28) comes at a time when the United States has encountered some of the most deadly and destructive weather conditions in the past month: devastating flooding in the Deep South, deadly tornados in the Southeastern region, and strong winds and hail in the Midwest.
· Make a family disaster plan that includes out-of-town contacts and locations to reunite if you become separated. Be sure everyone knows home, work and cell phone numbers, and how to call 9-1-1.
Posted by Randy | July 14, 2010
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