To all of those readers who think Annandale/Mason District is in decline—or if you just want to find out what’s going on around hear—come to the Mason District Town Hall Jan. 15, at the Annandale United Methodist Church on Columbia Pike and Gallows Road, 7:30 p.m.
The Town Hall is organized by the Mason District Council of Community Associations (MDC) and is co-sponsored by the Annandale Blog and Annandale Patch.
Speakers include Fairfax County Mason Supervisor Penny Gross, school board member Sandy Evans (Mason), Police Capt. Gun Lee (commander of the Mason Police Station), and Susan Epstein of the county’s Department of Code Compliance.
“It’s your district,” says MDC Chair Mollie Loeffler. “This is your chance to discuss community concerns ranging from speeding, to litter, to overcrowded schools in Mason District.” The meeting, open to the public, will have a question-and-answer format with the panelists and audience.
There will also be a discussion of the results of MDC’s survey on community issues. More than 454 people have responded to the survey so far. If you haven’t taken it yet, the deadline is Jan. 6. The top 10 concerns identified by local residents will be announced Jan. 9.