Gary Aiken, running for Mason District Supervisor, visited the charming Russell C. Wood Subdivision, the oldest subdivision in Annandale, during a meet and greet hosted by Phong Nguyen and neighbors.
They showed Gary some serious environmental concerns.
They walked down to the Manassas Gap Railroad historical site where several portions of the abandoned roadbed could be seen.
Sadly, this park site appears to have dropped off the maintenance radar. Gary would like to see that changed.
Supervisor Gross serves as Chair of the Board of Supervisors’ Environmental Committee. She also serves on multiple state and regional environmental task forces. She touts her 20-year environmental record as one of her great achievements. Unfortunately, in pursuit of lofty macro environmental goals, she has neglected to take care of the parks, streams and backyards of her own constituents. Mason District needs a supervisor who will focus on Mason District.
It’s time for a change. It’s time for a NEW direction for Mason and Fairfax.
Go to www.garyaiken.org, to see what that change would look like with Gary Aiken as the new Mason District Supervisor.
But…you MUST VOTE NOVEMBER 5 in order for that change to happen. Will you?
Early voting has already begun. Gary needs every Republican, Independent, and Dem for Gary to vote in this tight election. Mark your calendar and VOTE.