Mount Vernon District Supervisor Hosts Annual Town Meeting


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Jan. 10, 2003

Mount Vernon District Supervisor Hosts Annual Town Meeting

 

Supervisor Gerry Hyland will be presenting Mount Vernon's 16th Annual Town Meeting on Saturday, Jan. 25, 2003, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., at Mount Vernon High School's Little Theatre, 8515 Old Mount Vernon Road, Alexandria.

Directed primarily to residents of the Mount Vernon district and those along Richmond Highway, the meeting is open to all citizens of the county. The format provides a local forum to hear firsthand the significant issues involving Mount Vernon, as well as the county as a whole, while creating the opportunity for citizens to meet their elected representatives and express their views and concerns.

Beginning at 8 a.m., interested citizens will have an opportunity to view many displays and exhibits in the cafeteria. Last year there were more than 60 exhibitors including representatives of county agencies, such as the Office of Public Affairs, Department of Family Services, Fairfax County Park Authority and Department of Tax Administration. Several non-county agencies also will be represented.

The presentations, which begin at 9:45 a.m., include:

  • Rejection of the Sales Tax Referendum and What Next, Katherine K. Hanley, chairman, Fairfax County Board of Supervisors
  • Fairfax County's Challenges in 2003 and What This Will Mean to Citizens, Tony Griffin, county executive
  • Fiscal Year 2003 - 2004 Budget Overview, Ed Long, chief financial officer
  • Effects of Development on Our Schools and Systems, Dana Kauffman, Lee District supervisor
  • Public Safety - 2002 in Review and What Lies Ahead, police Capts. Larry Moser, Dorian Portee and Jim Morris - commanders, Mount Vernon, West Springfield and Franconia Stations
  • Fort Belvoir Highlights, Col. Thomas Williams, garrison commander
  • Mount Vernon Schools - Successes and Steps for Continuing Improvement in a Challenging Fiscal Environment, Dr. Daniel Domenech, superintendent and Isis Castro, School Board member

There will be several opportunities throughout the program for citizens to ask questions of the panelists. For more information, call 703-780-7518, TTY 703-780-3642.

 


 

 

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