With a vote Tuesday to
approve a seasonal display that includes religious elements on the
courthouse grounds in Leesburg, the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors
has set the stage for continued controversy and unrest in December.
On recommendations from
the county finance committee and the courthouse grounds committee, the
board voted, 6 to 2, to approve a winter display that will include
religious elements, including a creche and a menorah, in addition to a
decorated tree and Santa Claus and reindeer.
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