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Election 2014: Smarter Growth Questions Answered from Mayor and City Council Candidates

Fairfax City Citizens for Smarter Growth surveyed candidates again in 2014 to learn about strategies for a livable, walkable community.

Fairfax City Citizens for Smarter Growth surveyed candidates again in 2014 to learn about strategies for a livable, walkable community.
Fairfax City Citizens for Smarter Growth surveyed candidates again in 2014 to learn about strategies for a livable, walkable community.
Release, Fairfax City Citizens for Smarter Growth:


With the 2014 City election season underway, Fairfax City Citizens for Smarter Growth asked Mayoral and City Council candidates how they will work to make Fairfax City a more livable, walkable community.  How will the City attract and guide quality redevelopment?  How much longer will the Fairfax Boulevard Master Plan lie idle?  What visions do the candidates have for the City of Fairfax?

The next two weeks will be the time to influence the conversation about future development in Fairfax City.  The Fairfax City Citizens for Smarter Growth 2014 Election Committee questionnaire includes seven questions.  Released to date are three of the segments. The remaining four segments will be released prior to election along with an overview.   . 

Responses from incumbents and challengers are reported here for your review. 

City voters can communicate with candidates directly by attending the upcoming City of Fairfax Candidates Forum held Thursday, April 24, 2014 at 7:30 p.m. at the Sherwood Community Center, 3740 Old Lee Hwy.at 7:30 p.m.  This event is sponsored by The City of Fairfax Homeowners Association.  

The local Mayoral, Council, and School Board will be elected by votes cast on Tuesday, May 6, 2014. 

For information about Fairfax City Citizens for Smarter Growth, please visit the website.  Meetings are public and membership is open to citizens of the City of Fairfax.

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