The Hon. Ed Meese III — 75th Attorney General of the United States under Ronald Reagan and member of Donald Trump’s transition team — recently shared his words of wisdom with supporters of Gary Aiken for Mason District Supervisor. “The local government is where the action is, in terms of where impacting people’s lives occurs,” Meese told attendees.
Meese noted the size of Fairfax County — its police and fire departments are among the nation’s largest. These massive operations directly affect the safety and quality of life of Fairfax County residents
By Mary Tanzer
Gary Aiken, Republican candidate for Mason District Supervisor, recently spent his morning in a local farmers market — greeting shoppers, listening to their concerns about Mason District, and asking for their votes.
One shopper asked, “What are you going to do for us? What is your plan?”
Gary had six major issues on his mind: budget, development, transportation, crime, business, and education
It is time for a change. Mason District’s representation on the Board of Supervisors has not benefited Mason District over the past 24 years. Another four years will undoubtedly lead to more poor financial decisions including the construction of a $250,000,000 government services building that will destroy any hope for revitalization of Bailey’s Crossroads
Lola LeCraw gave a whole new meaning to “I’m seeing red” when she debuted the 2019 Republican table under the big red tent at Mason Farmers Market (6621 Columbia Pike, Annandale, Virginia) on Thursday, May 2.
Passionate about President Donald Trump’s “Promises Made, Promises Kept,” Lola handed out a long list of his accomplishments
The history of development over the past 24 years is a series of missteps and excuses – “Gross” mismanagement.
In Bailey’s Crossroads, Fairfax County sought to perform a land swap so that AvalonBay could build an apartment development. The Board of Supervisors made the swap conditional upon finding a place to relocate the existing homeless shelter at the corner of Moncure Avenue and Columbia Pike
A group of voters in Mason District have filed a petition seeking the removal of Fairfax County School Board member Sandra Evans. The petition garnered 1307 signatures, representing more than 10% of the voters in Mason District. The petition seeks Evans’ removal from the School Board:
For neglect of duty, misuse of office, or incompetence in the performance of duties when that neglect of duty, misuse of office, or incompetence in the performance of duties has a material adverse effect upon the conduct of the office” per Virginia Code Section 24.2-332.
The petition states Ms. Evans ignored the FCPS survey of students and community that soundly rejected (56% No, 35% Yes, 8% NA) a name change for J.E.B. Stuart H.S. In addition, Ms. Evans would not even consider “Stuart” as a proposed new name but moved to rename the school “Justice High School,” disregarding the voters’ second and third place choices, as well.
Ms. Evans announced yesterday that she will not run for reelection to the School Board seat she currently occupies in next year’s County-wide elections. The Fairfax County Republican Committee supports both the petition