Tuesday, January 15th, Mason District Community Town Hall
A panel of Elected Officials will join with Community Leaders and citizens to discuss community concerns ranging from speeding to litter to overcrowded schools in Mason District. The Mason District Council of Community Associations (MDC) Town Hall will be held Tuesday, January 15that 7:30 pm at Annandale United Methodist Church in Annandale, VA. The meeting is open to the public and will be a Q and A format with the panel and audience.
The panel includes: Supervisor Penny Gross, School Board Representative Sandy Evans, Mason District Police Station Commander Gun Lee, and Fairfax County Code Compliance representative Mrs. Susan Epstein.
The event is co-sponsored by the Annandale Blog and the Annandale Patch.
Topics covered will be drawn from the MDC neighborhood survey results. The survey polled area residents over the pasts few months to gauge what issues the community feels are important. All residents are encouraged to take the survey by January 6th. Please visit: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/C6VRNNV
“We have received 488 survey responses to date and we will be releasing the top ten community concerns on January 9th. We will use these results as discussion points at the Town Hall. We encourage all Mason District residents to attend the meeting and discuss issues such as the physical condition of area businesses and roadways, overcrowded schools, boarding houses, speeding, etc. with our elected officials. We want to start a much needed dialogue on these things, ” said Mollie Loeffler, Chair, Mason District Council.
The Mason District Council (MDC) is a non-profit organization designed to act as a support network and communication forum for citizens, Civic Associations and Home Owner Associations within the Mason District, County of Fairfax, Virginia. The organization is a branch of the Fairfax Federation of Citizen Associations.
Visit www.masondistrict.org for more information or contact MasonCouncil@verizon.net or 703.508.8320.