Board of Supervisors Honors Congressmen Wolf and Moran
April 29, 2014
At its meeting today, the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors honored retiring congressmen Hon. Frank R. Wolf and Hon. James P. Moran for decades of service to their constituents in Fairfax County and Northern Virginia.
Rep. Wolf has served the 10th Congressional District for 34 years. The Board’s resolution states, “Frank Wolf has been a consistent advocate for issues important to Fairfax County residents, including I-66 congestion relief; gang prevention, human trafficking, funding solutions for the Silver Line, as well as Lyme disease awareness. He strongly advocates for human rights around the world — a voice for the voiceless — serving as the co-chair of the Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission. He leaves an inspiring legacy for all of building consensus for common sense solutions and the example of a servant-leader.”
Rep. Moran has represented the 8th Congressional District for 23 years. The Board’s resolution honoring the congressman notes, “Jim Moran leaves a legacy in leadership, including support of regional transportation solutions, the environment, technology, women’s issues, fiscal discipline and efforts to protect federal employees and federal retirees. He strongly advocated for Fairfax County on numerous issues, including efforts to secure funding to reduce traffic impacts in Northern Virginia associated with BRAC-related (Base Realignment and Closure) transportation improvements and bringing rail to Dulles.”