Gary Aiken chats with residents during a neighborhood networking party at Lakeside Plaza condo. Whether you’re a Republican, Democrat, Independent or Undeclared, the issues are the same.
In addition to the general lack of attention to what’s going on in Baileys Crossroads, there is the placement of a school bus stop on Columbia Pike that is too dangerous for kids. It causes a traffic jam on Powell Lane. There is no trash can at the bus stop and trash piles up everywhere. The sewer pipe by Holmes Run is backed up and there is an odor coming from it and it smells bad, etc., etc… .
Gary listened…our problems are Gary’s problems.
His platform includes safety and environment.
After 24 years of the Gross reign, let’s let go of the fairytale that “Penny cares,” and put a new name on the Mason District Governmental Center door this November 5th.
Let’s change that name from Penelope A. Gross to Gary N. Aiken–someone who has, can, and will get things done!
Let’s vote in the change that Mason District needs. I voted early for Gary Aiken for Mason District Supervisor. Will you join me and vote for Gary Aiken, too?