Tysons Partnership Issues Statement in Response to Fairfax County Supervisor Linda Q. Smyth’s Retirement Announcement
TYSONS, VA – December 5, 2018 – Tysons Partnership commented today on yesterday’s announcement by Fairfax County Supervisor Linda Q. Smyth that she will not seek re-election next fall, after 15-years of service as Providence District Supervisor.
Tysons Partnership President and CEO Sol Glasner expressed appreciation for Supervisor Smyth’s dedicated service to the Tysons community, first as a county Planning Commissioner then as District Supervisor.
“Supervisor Smyth has been instrumental in shaping the incredible urban transformation presently underway in Tysons,” said Glasner. “We are grateful for her leadership and selfless commitment to the citizens of Providence District and the future of Tysons.
Adding his appreciation for Supervisor Smyth’s “legacy of accomplishment,” Partnership Board Chairman Gregory Riegle said: “We look forward to building on Supervisor Smyth’s legacy as we continue to work with her for the balance of her term, and subsequently with her successor, together with the full Board of Supervisors to realize our collective vision for Tysons.”
For more information about Tysons Partnership, please visit www.tysonspartnership.org.
About Tysons Partnership
Tysons Partnership is a dynamic collaborative of Tysons stakeholders working together to accelerate the transformation of Tysons, Virginia into a thriving urban environment. Tysons Partnership was formed in early 2011, shortly after the adoption of the Tysons Comprehensive Plan by the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors. The Partnership consists of over 100 member organizations with stakeholder interests in the continued urban and economic development of Tysons, including major employers, landowners, developers, businesses, citizen associations, and Fairfax County Government.