Naming discussion at upcoming general membership meeting

This note from MWCA President Bob Reinsel was originally included in the October Tattler. In December 2020, the Fairfax City Council formed a community stakeholders advisory group as part of its Connecting Fairfax City for All initiative. This group has been diligently discussing how three key parts of our City image may be ready forContinue reading “Naming discussion at upcoming general membership meeting”

Holiday Decorating Takes a Modern Twist

The spirit of the holidays comes alive as we decorate our homes with whimsical inflatables and sparkling lights.  Judging of these masterpieces is set for Sunday, Dec. 20 starting around 6 pm.  In accordance with refinements adopted by the MWCA Board, decorations will be judged in two distinct categories: 1. Children’s Choice to include all yardsContinue reading “Holiday Decorating Takes a Modern Twist”

City launches engagement process on racial and social equity and nomenclature

The City Council has launched a community engagement process to address racial and social equity and nomenclature in Fairfax City. Working in conjunction with George Mason University’s Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter School for Peace and Conflict Resolution, the City Council will provide a platform for facilitating community engagement on the topics of confederate-related street andContinue reading “City launches engagement process on racial and social equity and nomenclature”