The Braddock Beacon, November 2010
Initial Budget Forecast Shows Need for Continued Spending
Fairfax County is not out of the fiscal woods yet. That was the message made clear from the initial budget forecast presented to the Board of Supervisors by senior County staff on October 24.
Community Engagement Town Hall to Focus on Neighbors with Disabilities
Supervisor Cook is extending the reach of his on-going Community Engagement Initiative. To increase awareness and offer opportunities for people to get involved in the important work of this effort, Supervisor Cook will host a Town Hall meeting on Monday November 15th at 7:30 p.m. in the Kings Park Library. A reception will precede the program beginning at 7:00 p.m.
Braddock District Community Corner
Supervisor Cook in the Community, Join Supervisor Cook at this Year's Taste of Braddock: Thursday, December 2nd, Take the Community Health Survey and learn about the Fiscal Year 2012 Do-It-Yourself Budget Toolkit
A Look at Land Use Cases in the Braddock District
An update on a number of land use cases in Braddock
Dredging Efforts Set to Continue in Braddock District Lakes
Braddock District is blessed to have five lakes that provide habitat for wildlife, enjoyment for residents and a method of protecting homes, roads and businesses from catastrophic storm events.
Get Engaged in Your Community and Help the Environment at the Same
A number of environment focused volunteer opportunities, also a chance to show your appreciation to your favorite tree
Fairfax County Releases Deer Management Survey
In June 2010, a Deer Management Survey was sent to the public in an effort to obtain information about residents’ experiences with, and perception of, white-tailed deer in Fairfax County.