In an effort to gather community input about the issues affecting Mason District residents and come up with solutions, the Mason District Council of Community Associations (MDC) will host a town hall meeting Jan. 15.
The meeting, which begins at 7:30 p.m. at Annandale United Methodist Church, will feature local officials and community leaders.
Mason District Supervisor Supervisor Penny Gross, School Board Representative Sandy Evans, Mason District Police Station Commander Gun Lee, and Fairfax County Code Compliance representative Mrs. Susan Epstein will answer questions from residents during a question and answer session following the town hall, according to a press release about the event.
Annandale Patch is a co-sponsor of the event along with the Annandale Blog.
Discussion topics for the meeting will be chosen from the top concerns listed by residents in a survey created by the MDC.
“We have received 488 survey responses to date and we will be releasing the top ten community concerns on Jan. 9. 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, ” Mollie Loeffler, chair of the Mason District Council, said in the press release.
Residents have until Sunday to access the survey and leave their feedback.
For more information, visit www.masondistrict.org.