The Providence District Council (PDC) is a non-partisan civic organization that provides a forum for associations to express their views on major issues of common concern.
In the recent past, the Council has had a number of resolutions addressing land use, the County budget, bond referenda, affordable housing, transportation, zoning violations and cut thru traffic. Council meetings are usually held on the third Tuesday of the month. Â Unless otherwise noted, meetings are not held in July and August.
This afternoon, Delegate Mark Keam joined Congressman Gerry Connolly, Congressman Frank Wolf, Governor McDonnell, Delegate Tim Hugo, Delegate Jim LeMunyon, Delegate Barbara Comstock, Fairfax County Board Chairwoman Sharon Bulova, County Supervisor Mike Frey and County SupervisorÂ Pat Herrity in a ribbon-cutting ceremony to open the westbound exits off the I-66 at Monument Drive and Stringfellow Road.Â
The Monument Drive exit is located in the 35th House District represented by Delegate Keam.
Here are press releases from the County Board Chair, theÂ Governor and U.S.Â RepresentativeÂ ann
Last night, I droveÂ home from Richmond after castingÂ votes on what may be two ofÂ the most significant legislation coming out of the 2011 session of the Virginia General Assembly.Â Â The House and Senate unanimously adopted the conference report onÂ amendments to the biennial budgetÂ and also passed Governor McDonnell's transportation bill on a bipartisan vote.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:Â Sunday, February 27, 2011
Contact: Julia Kim,Â (703) 350-3911, Julia@MarkKeam.com
Statement of Delegate Mark Keam on Passage of the Budget Amendments and the Governorâ€™s Transportation Bill
RICHMOND, VA â€“ On the last day of the 2011 regular session, the Virginia House of Delegates adopted two measures that may be considered the most significant legislation of the year: amendments to the bien