In accordance with our Constitution, Westbriar Civic Association will hold a General Meeting and Election this fall for its officers. Any Westbriar resident interested in running for one of the four Officer positions or one of the eight Zone Representatives are welcome to run. He or she should submit notice of intent to do so to Beth Corrigan by September 25 to have their name printed on the ballot.
Please look over our Constitution for the duties assigned to each office. At the present time, Zone C (bounded by Maple Avenue, Westbriar Drive, and Old Courthouse Road) does not have a representative.
In the past, the General Membership and Election meeting has taken place at the Epiphany United Methodist Church. Sadly, the church has disbanded this summer, and will not be available. We are looking into another location, and will advise when details have been worked out.
John Shreffler has indicated his intention to run for reelection as Westbriar Civic’s President. As it has in the past, the present officers are expected to form a slate on the ballot.
On a related note, in the General Election on November 5, our popular Virginia Delegate (35th District) Mark Keam will be seeking his fifth term in Richmond.
Also, our voice on the Fairfax County Government, Cathy Hudgins (left above) is retiring after serving us well for five 4-year terms. Walter Alcorn (right) won the Democratic Primary last spring, and he is unopposed.
Delegate Mark Keam and John Shreffler share a light moment at a recent Tysons building dedication.