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Fairfax County town hall invites public to share views on hiring new county executive

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.
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