- University/Community Forum
May 15, 2013, 7:30 p.m.
City Hall, Council Chambers
- West Campus Connector/Campus Drive
12/12/12 - Power Point Presentation
- University/Community Forum 1/30/2013 - Mason Presentation Storm Water Management Presentation
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Letters from the Community
FAIRFAX CAMPUS ADVISORY BOARD
The mission of the Fairfax Campus Advisory Board shall be to:
- Identify and promote partnerships in support of joint university-community initiatives, including but not limited to research projects, contracts, general support, and economic development;
- Provide advice and counsel to the university administration concerning community-university issues and relations; and,
- Address and resolve issues of community and university concern at the earliest possible time and at the lowest working level in the decision making process.
- Chair: Supervisor John Cook, Braddock District
- Vice Chair: Mayor R. Scott Silverthorne, City of Fairfax
- Secretary: Traci Claar, George Mason University
- County Citizen Representative: Cliff Keenan
- City Citizen Representative: Gail Wade
- Fairfax County - Mark O'Meara, Sue Harsel, Rob Stalzer
- City of Fairfax - Mike Choffel, Robert Sisson
- George Mason University - Frank Neville, Cathy Wolfe
WEST CAMPUS CONNECTOR ADVISORY GROUP (WCCAG)
WCCAG is a task group comprised of Fairfax Campus Advisory Board (FCAB) members as well as additional representatives from Braddock District, Springfield District, the City of Fairfax, and George Mason University. The group is empowered by FCAB to meet monthly to oversee the development of the the West Campus Connector project.
In addition to the members of the Fairfax Campus Advisory Board, the group is also comprised of the following:
- Braddock Representatives - Betty Anger, Frank Ruth, Daniel Chen
- Springfield Representatives - Robert Webb, Patricia Reese, Robert Hayman
- City Representatives - Randy Green
- University Representatives - Tom Calhoun, Josh Cantor, Bob Endebrook