Monday night’s town hall to discuss hiring a replacement for retiring Fairfax County Executive Anthony H. Griffinproduced a impressive list of qualities that his successor should have: wisdom, decisiveness, political savvy, financial acumen, managerial finesse and more than a passing knowledge of regional problems, such as transportation and Virginia’s quirky laws and customs.
Two days after all of his bosses on the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors were returned to office by voters, Fairfax County Executive Anthony H. Griffin announced Thursday that he will step down in April 2012 after more than a dec... Read Post
Fairfax County police Chief David M. Rohrer, whose eight years as head Fairfax cop are the third-longest in department history, is moving over to the county government center next month to become a deputy county executive for public... Read Post
Fairfax County Executive Anthony H. Griffin took his budget presentation to the Mason District this week and received a steady grilling from residents about climbing taxes and fees. Some also asked why no money was proposed to hire ... Read Post