April 13, 2020

Dear Neighbor,

The Braddock District Virtual Budget Town Hall is tonight (Monday, April 13) at 7:30 p.m. Our Braddock District School Board Member Megan McLaughlin and Fairfax County’s Chief Financial Officer Joe Mondoro will join me. It will be televised live on Channel 16 (COX Channel 1016; Verizon/Comcast Channel 16), streamed on Channel 16’s website , and streamed on my Facebook Page . We will take questions by phone  (703-324-1114) , email  ( Braddock@Fairfaxcounty.Gov ) , and in the comments section of my  Facebook Page

This will be a great opportunity to ask questions and provide feedback on the new proposed budget and issues related to the coronavirus pandemic. If you would like to review the updated budget proposal click here . See you soon!
Yours in Service,
Supervisor James Walkinshaw
New County Coronavirus Resources
We recently introduced two additional coronavirus-related resources.

The Language Portal - This page highlights all the language content we have in one place, and includes translation content in our top seven non-English languages, Spanish, Vietnamese, Korean, Chinese, Arabic, Urdu and Farsi.

The Geospatial Resources Platform -  This page highlights resources such as maps, interactive applications, map layers and important data that is relevant to the Covid-19 pandemic in Fairfax County.
George Mason University has recently begun a process for a University Master Plan that will serve as a decision-making framework for the use of physical space at our Fairfax, Arlington, and Science and Technology campuses, and guide Mason's mission for decades to come. Last week George Mason University sent out an all-community email regarding the process, including an opportunity to participate in a mapping survey.

This short survey will allow you to place icons on your favorite open spaces, work spaces, study spaces, eating spots, etc. You can also draw your typical routes to, from, and through the campuses, rate spaces, and leave comments. Your collective input will create a rich picture that shows how our campuses function today and will help us better plan for our future. 

In the same survey session, you can provide feedback for any and all of the three primary Mason campuses that apply to you (please do not complete separate surveys per campus). The survey should work on most mobile devices, but you may find it easier to navigate the map on a larger screen. Please note that you cannot save the survey and return to it later.

Take the survey here .
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