A Better Solution for the Aldie Assemblage

 

In December of 2020, Guy Gerachis of Gerachis Construction Group, LLC submitted an offer to purchase the Aldie Assemblage, a collection of three historic properties owned by Loudoun County in the Village of Aldie. He has since submitted a supplemental packet which further details his plan to restore these properties in alignment with County guidelines and return them to uses which preserve the historic fabric, context, and rural, historic ambience of the Village of Aldie. These plans include:

 

·        Restoring the historic structures and returning them to use in the community with an eye for their existing character, historical sensitivity, and visible prominence at the east entrance of the Village of Aldie; and,

·        Cleaning up the existing landscape to beautify the surroundings and create attractive green space.

 

Mr. Gerachis’s proposal does not include any plans for additional buildings or any requests for rezoning.

 

The Aldie Heritage Association supports Mr. Gerachis’s proposal. We believe it provides the best solution for the future of these historic properties, for the surrounding environmental resources, and for our rural, historic village, and that it meets the goals of the 2019 General Plan for Rural Historic Village place types. We hope it will receive due consideration from the County. Further details can be found on our website, aldieheritage.org

 

If you also support Mr. Gerachis’s proposal, we ask that you send an email to the Board of Supervisors to let them know at bos@loudoun.gov.  

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AHA and Traffic Calming Through the Village!

After months of working with the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors and VDOT,  
four Pole Mounted Speed Displays (PMSDs) will be installed along Route 50 in an effort to slow down traffic along this busy road through our Village.

AHA President Katie Johnson was featured on a Fox news report about these PMSDs:

https://www.fox5dc.com/video/934613

Hopefully the PMSDs will be installed by end of the summer and they will make a difference along
Route 50 through our Village.

A Better Solution for the Aldie Assemblage

 

In December of 2020, Guy Gerachis of Gerachis Construction Group, LLC submitted an offer to purchase the Aldie Assemblage, a collection of three historic properties owned by Loudoun County in the Village of Aldie. He has since submitted a supplemental packet which further details his plan to restore these properties in alignment with County guidelines and return them to uses which preserve the historic fabric, context, and rural, historic ambience of the Village of Aldie. These plans include:

 

  • Restoring the historic structures and returning them to use in the community with an eye for their existing character, historical sensitivity, and visible prominence at the east entrance of the Village of Aldie; and,

  • Cleaning up the existing landscape to beautify the surroundings and create attractive green space.

  • Mr. Gerachis’s proposal does not include any plans for additional buildings or any requests for rezoning.
     

The Aldie Heritage Association supports Mr. Gerachis’s proposal. We believe it provides the best solution for the future of these historic properties, for the surrounding environmental resources, and for our rural, historic village, and that it meets the goals of the 2019 General Plan for Rural Historic Village place types. We hope it will receive due consideration from the County. 

 

If you also support Mr. Gerachis’s proposal, we ask that you send an email to the Board of Supervisors to let them know at bos@loudoun.gov.  

The Aldie Heritage Association is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit membership organization founded to promote the history, character and heritage of Aldie, Virginia and the surrounding area.  Aldie was established in 1810.

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