Announcements and Events
Collectively Braddock District's 123,000 residents are represented in Richmond by three State Senators and five Delegates. We're pleased to announce that Senators Saslaw, Marsden and Petersen as well as Delegates Korey, Filler-Corn, Watts and Bulova have indicated that they will be joining us on the 12th to tell us what they've been working on in Richmond. This is your opportunity to interact directly with your elected officials in a setting where you'll be able to ask questions and express concerns. As always, our meetings start at 7:30 and we adjoin by 9:00 P.M. Join us in the King's Park Library meeting room (9003 Burke Lake Rd, FX, 22015) on April 12th. MEET AND EXCHANGE THOUGHTS WITH THE PEOPLE WE'VE ELECTED TO REPRESENT US IN RICHMOND.
The Braddock District Council (BDC) will host its annual county budget meeting on March 8 at 7:30 p.m. in the Kings Park Library Meeting Room (9000 Burke Lake Road). A representative from the County Department of Management and Budget will attend. Supervisor Cook will also be available to help provide input and take questions. All are welcome to attend.
Topic: pros and cons of proposed meals tax
7:30-9pm Wednesday night
Location:Kings Park Elementary School
5400 Harrow Way, Springfield, Virginia
Please join us on September 14th at Braddock Hall
in Kings Park Library building. We will present and
vote to approve the 2016-2017 budget. We’ll then
move to an interactive discussion of the FCPA
Bond request to be voted on during November’s election.
We’ll also be joined by representatives of
the “Spirit Open Equestrian Program” who will
briefly talk about Equine Therapy, its proven potential
and expansion of its use to treat wounded warriors.
Lastly we’ll have the forms to sign up as an Election
Officer available in the back of the room for those
who may want to contribute the time and effort.”
We're happy to say that just about all of our elected state officials will be in attendance at this year's Legislative Forum on April 13th at Braddock Hall.
While the Forum will begin at 7:30 pm, light refreshments and chatting with neighbors will start at 7 pm.
As in the past, this will be an open program where you will hear from our elected officials as they discuss current and future issues on which they are working in the General Assembly. As always, this will be a great opportunity for you to hear directly from them, and to ask your questions about important legislative developments.
Fairfax County Advertised FY 2017 Budget Plan.
7:30pm Braddock Hall
If your association has not joined the BDC, please click form to download the form for the 2015-2016 membership dues year (which began July 1, 2015). If you are not sure of your association's status, you can contact our Treasurer, Tom McDonald, to check.
While the "dues" associated with joining is important to support the various projects of the BDC, it is really more about the BDC being truly representative of the various associations within the entire District as reflected by the number of associations who have joined. Thank you for your support!
Special BDC Meeting Wednesday,
February 10th, 7:30 pm
Megan McLaughlin, our Braddock District School Board Representative, has agreed to join the BDC at this month's meeting to make a presentation about this year's school budget and the rationale behind its formulation. Ms. McLaughlin is appreciative to be given this opportunity, and may bring representation from the FCPS Administrative Offices with her as well.
The meeting will be at Braddock Hall (Kings Park Library), 9002 Burke Lake Road, beginning at 7:30 pm. Light refreshments may be served.
Congratulations to this years winners of the Best of Braddock Awards!!!They will be officially recognized at the Braddock District Council Picnic on July 8, starting at 6pm in Braddock Hall at the Kings Park Library building.
Please read about them and how they have helped to improved our Braddock District in the document below .
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