Residents of Camelot saw contrasts at their Civic Association meeting Tuesday evening between Penny Gross, Mason District Supervisor, and Gary Aiken, Mason District Supervisor candidate.
Mrs. Gross, supervisor for 24 years, said she loves her job, Mason is like a family, and she is the only candidate with the experience to be supervisor. Her platform is environmental leader, investing in our public schools, more affordable housing, and expanding public transportation. She wants to continue for another four years.
Challenger Aiken said Mason is not the same district as it was 24 years ago. He’s knocked on more than 7,600 doors and he keeps hearing about things that are not getting done in Mason. He does not believe the Board of Supervisors is listening because the Federal government has determined that Annandale, Baileys Crossroads, Seven Corners, and Lincolnia in Mason District are so neglected, so underdeveloped, have so many problems that they need additional tax incentives to get things going. Candidate Aiken declared that nothing will change without new leadership. It’s time for change and he is that change.
If you agree it’s time for change, go to www.garyaiken.org and click on the volunteer and donate buttons. Support Gary Aiken’s win on Nov. 5th.
Absentee voting runs Oct 19 – Nov 2 at the Mason District Government Center.