2013 PDC Board Officers Nominated

An election for board officers is scheduled for the start of the March 6 meeting, which begins at 7 p.m. at the Dunn Loring Administrative Center, 2334 Gallows Road, Dunn Loring. The PDC Nominating Committee recommends the following slate of officers for the 2013 Providence District Council:

Chair: Charlie Hall;

Vice Chair: Flint Webb;

Secretary: Cyndi Lee;

Treasurer: Julia Hutchins

Charlie Hall has lived in Fairfax County since 1985 and in Providence District since 1994. He is the current Providence District Council chair, after being elected in 2012, and also is a former chair of PDC (2006-08), and former president of the Blake Manor Home Owners Association. Active in county planning issues, Charlie was among the founding members of Fairfax Citizens for Responsible Growth and the Greater Tysons Citizens Association. He has written extensively in local publications on the importance of community inclusion and sound planning as the county urbanizes, and he helped instigate and shape the county’s policy governing Transit-Oriented Development. Charlie has a bachelor’s degree in economics from Stanford University and covered Northern Virginia governments for many years while working on the Metro staff of the Washington Post. Charlie is a media spokesman with the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts. Charlie is married and has two grown children.

C. Flint Webb is a member of the Dunn Loring Gardens Civic Association and a recipient of the PDC’s 2011 Community Service Award, for his volunteer work to protect Fairfax County’s environment. An engineer and manager of complex environmental projects, he has worked for Science Applications International Corp. since 1996. He has been Environment Committee chair of the Fairfax County Federation of Citizens Association since 2002, and served as the PDC’s representative on the Federation board from 2011 to the present. He also is a former engineer mentor for the Joyce Kilmer Middle School Team (2002 and 2003) and a former national finals judge for the Future City Competition. Flint currently is secretary for the South Atlantic States Section of the Air & Waste Management Association, and secretary and former chair of the Washington Gamers Association. He is a graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, with a degree in mechanical engineering.

Cyndi Lee has lived in Providence District since 2001. She holds an Economics degree from University of California, Irvine, and an MBA from Boston University. She has been an active member of her nearby community and neighborhood HOA, and has served as HOA President of the Highland View HOA in Falls Church. Recently, she has worked for 15 years as a project manager for a Fortune 500 company. Cyndi is married and has two young children.

Julia Hutchins has lived in the Vienna Station town homes and has been active in their homeowners’ association since they were built in 1994. The MetroWest proposal caused her to become more involved in local area concerns. She has represented her HOA on the PDC and in two Providence District Area Plans Review Task Forces. Julia retired in 2008 from the U.S.Department of Energy, where she worked as a project manager for two annual statistical publications. She now enjoys having more time to spend with family and friends and volunteering at church.

The Nominating Committee:

Gabe Goldberg, Walnut Hill HOA, gabe@gabegold.com
Catherine LeMaster, Stonehurst IV HOA, CMTLR57@aol.com,
Peter Slivka, Circle Woods HOA, pslivka@aarp.org
Fran Wallingford, Pine Ridge Civic Association, franwallingford@earthlink.net

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