Tysons Partnership Issues Statement in Response to Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Chairman Sharon Bulova’s Retirement Announcement

TYSONS, VA – December 7, 2018 – Leaders from Tysons Partnership today expressed their appreciation to Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Chairman Sharon Bulova for her 30 years of dedicated public service.

Commenting on yesterday’s announcement that she will not seek re-election next fall, Partnership President and CEO Sol Glasner praised Chairman Bulova for her visionary leadership and commitment to the citizens of Fairfax County.

Noting Chairman Bulova’s reference to her role in overseeing the transformation of Tysons as a highlight of her tenure, Glasner said: “Chairman Bulova has long understood the position of Tysons as the county’s ‘economic engine’ and has steadfastly advanced the county’s comprehensive plan to elevate Tysons into a world-class urban hub.”

Tysons Partnership Board Chairman Gregory Riegle thanked Chairman Bulova for her leadership toward building a strong collaborative relationship between Tysons and Fairfax County stakeholders.

“We look forward to a busy and productive year ahead working with Chairman Bulova and the entire Board of Supervisors to address the many exciting challenges that go along with the continuing evolution of Tysons,” said Riegle.

For more information about Tysons Partnership, please visit www.tysonspartnership.org.

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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.