2 months ago, I invited business and community leaders to the future space of the Workforce Innovation and Skills Hub. The W.I.S.H. will provide residents with training and job placement in the building trades and in-demand tech jobs.
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JOIN US THIS SATURDAY for food trucks, live music, and a 🆓🆓🆓 movie under the moon!!! 🌛📽️ 🍿 Bring your chairs and blankets for an outdoor screening of the 1986 musical fantasy, Labyrinth. Link for details→
Our police department is a model for departments across the county. I look forward to continuing working with our law enforcement professionals and the community to ensure our neighborhoods provide a safe environment for all our residents.
📸at the FCPD Driver Training Facility
In honor of National Police Week, I would like to thank the women & men of the
and all public safety professionals who serve our community.
Most importantly, we also remember all of the first responders who have made the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty.
Yesterday, I stopped by Mr. Zywiol's AP Government class at Hayfield High School, and later met with the John Lewis HS SGA to discuss my role as Lee District Supervisor.
Students also asked me about my previous professional experience and how that has led me to where I am today.
FCDOT invites the public to take a survey on Turn Lanes along the Richmond Highway Corridor. You may review materials from the meeting, including the presentation and meeting boards here: .
Take the survey:
The latest Lusk Report is out! View it here:
This week's topics include:
✅ Wrap Up of the Lee District Community Center Ribbon-Cutting
✅ Juneteenth Resiliency Award
✅ I-495 Southside Express Lanes Study
✅ Fairfax County SSPA Retrospective
Nominations Open for Juneteenth Resiliency Award
Every day, young people face adversities and overcome them in amazing ways. In recognition of Juneteenth, this award celebrates Black resiliency in youth and young adults ages 13-21.
Nominate by May 19:
In 1962, President Kennedy proclaimed May 15 as National Peace Officers Memorial Day & the calendar week in which that day falls as Police Week. Join us in remembering law enforcement officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty for the safety & protection of others.
The U.S., state and county flags are lowered to half-staff today at all county government facilities in memory of the one million American lives lost to COVID-19 and their loved ones left behind. The flags will remain at half-staff until sunset on May 16.
Interns will assist staff on a variety of tasks such as constituent casework or land use projects. A stipend of up to $2,000 is available to the student selected for this internship.
To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to leedist
.gov by June 15.
My office is seeking an undergraduate or graduate student to serve as an intern in our office. This is an in-person internship opportunity for highly motivated students interested in local government and would like to learn how a Fairfax County Supervisor’s office runs.
Joined my dear friend Sharon Bulova this afternoon to rename the Merrifield Center in her honor. Sharon championed the Diversion First program. Since the center opened in 2016, 2,600+ people have been diverted from arrest, receiving critical behavioral health treatment instead.