Potomac Local has released it's list of
"influential people in their professional industries and catalysts of community impact"
By Uriah Keiser (Potomac Local Staff) [...]
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I've been deeply humbled serving this community for the past four years and I hope to earn your support for re-election. To learn more about me, you can view my bio here. Our community, led by entrepreneurs, neighborhood leaders and volunteers, has accomplished a great deal, but there is still much work to be done. I am running a positive, energetic, ideas driven campaign that focuses on practical, affordable solutions to our city's challenges. I'll put results above rhetoric, and be as specific and detailed as possible regarding our city's strengths, concerns and potential. In the end, our city's future will NOT be decided by me or the City Council, but by the collective will of our citizens. It's not my Manassas, it's YOUR Manassas, so I look forward to meeting with you, earning your vote and joining with you in a conversation about a vision for our city and securing its future. Please VOTE LOVEJOY on November 8th!
Share a Brew and Fight Cancer Too, a fundraiser to benefit the Children’s Cancer Research Center, raised several hundred dollars, reports Councilman Ian Lovejoy, the event’s organizers.
By Observer Staff [...]
Lovejoy calls for focus on enhanced economic development techniques and focusing on city's strengths.
By Melissa Angell (Potomac Local Staff) [...]
When Councilman Ian Lovejoy talked to City Manager W. Patrick Pate about replacing the 1980’s artwork in City Hall at low or no cost, an idea was born.
By Prince William Living Staff [...]
The app, which is now available in the iPhone app store, alows users to report their concerns to the city, access the city news feed and Facebook page and access a directory of commonly used numbers and city contacts
By InsideNova Staff [...]
A group of Prince William writers, joined by Manassas City Council member Ian T. Lovejoy, formally launched the city’s first Little Free Library.
By Jim Barnes (Washington Post Staff) [...]