Supervisors To Recognize Citizens, Staff, Adopt a Resolution and Issue Proclamations
Fairfax County Office of Public Affairs
12000 Government Center Parkway, Suite 551
Fairfax, VA 22035-0065
703-324-3187, TTY 703-324-2935, FAX 703-324-2010
Jan. 22, 2004
Fairfax County Board of Supervisors To Recognize Citizens, Staff, Adopt a Resolution and Issue Proclamations
The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors, at their meeting on Monday, Jan. 26, beginning at 9:30 a.m., will recognize the following citizens and staff for their accomplishments, adopt a resolution and issue the following proclamations. For more information, call 703-324-3187, TTY 703-324-2935.
Chief Manger to be Recognized
Chief J. Thomas Manger, Fairfax County Police Department, will be recognized for his years of service to Fairfax County. Manger is retiring from his position in Fairfax County to become the Chief of Police in Montgomery County, Md.
Jane Kornblut, of McLean, will be recognized for her service as executive director of Volunteer Fairfax. Kornblut developed programs and recruited volunteers for eight years to meet the critical needs in the community. She has accepted a position with the George Mason University Department of Public and International Affairs.
February is African-American History Month
The Board of Supervisors will proclaim February 2004 as African-American History Month in Fairfax County.
Toward Gleaming and Bright
The Board of Supervisors will proclaim Friday, Feb. 6, 2004, as Give Kids a Smile! National Children's Dental Access Day. On that day, the Fairfax County Health Department will provide dental screenings and oral hygiene instructions from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on a walk-in basis for up to 50 children (ages 3-18) who are not currently dental patients.
Richard Combs to be Recognized
Richard Combs, of Alexandria, will be recognized for his service on the Fairfax County Athletic Council.
Jerry Hubbard: Keeping It Mean, Lean and Green
Jerry Hubbard, of Burke, Director of Solid Waste and Recycling, Department of Public Works and Environmental Services, will be recognized for his years of service to Fairfax County. Hubbard, during his 13 years in county government, most of which was with the Department of Public Works and Environmental Services, initiated innovative award-winning programs that include the Electronics Recycling Program, resulting in 350 tons of electronics being kept out of the waste-to-energy facility, the Keep It Green Program and the Business Advisory Council's annual Business Recycling Awards.
When the Votes Are In
Diane McIntyre, of Burke, will be recognized for her election as president of the Voter Registrars Association of Virginia. The association has approximately 350 members that include 134 members from the commonwealth of Virginia. McIntyre will serve a two-year term.