No questions here

As noted the other day, Loudoun Supervisor Ken “Ken” Reid (R-Leesburg) — asked why he had nominated a well-known foe of historic districts to the official county governmental board responsible for protecting the integrity of historic districts — explained that he had been blissfully unaware of any “concerns” regarding this candidate; she had simply sent in her resume and asked for the appointment to the Historic District Review Committee, so Ken obligingly obliged.

It seemed a little dubious, given the considerable media attention that Milari Madison has received in recent years for unsuccessfully suing the county to invalidate the Waterford historic district (in which she owns property) as well as unsuccessfully pursuing numerous actions at the local, state, and federal level seeking to undo Waterford’s historic designations.

From the resume Ms. Madison submitted to the Board of Supervisors in support of her application to the HDRC (now posted on the county government website), however, it is now perfectly understandable why “Ken” would see no need to inquire further into her qualifications. Here, reproduced below in its entirety and directly from the official Loudoun County Board of Supervisors documents packet for its July 2 meeting (if you like, you can download your own pdf  from the official Loudoun County Government website: see p. 82) is Ms. Madison’s resume itemizing her qualifications and experience for the job:

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