Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

10th District Candidates Forum Cancelled

The League of Women Voters of the Fairfax Area announced they had to cancel the 10th Congressional District Candidates Forum that was to be held on Oct. 24, 7-9 p.m.

“While Sen. Jennifer Wexton has accepted, Congresswoman Barbara Comstock did not respond to our invitation. Therefore, in accordance with the non partisan policy of The League of Women Voters, wherein we neither support nor oppose any candidates for office or any political parties, we are unable to host an event with only one candidate in attendance. Our co-host for the 10th District Congressional Candidates Forum, the Sully District Council of Citizens Associations, concurs; it has the same policy,” said The League of Women Voters of the Fairfax Area in their statement.

Herndon Releases State of the Town Report

The Herndon Town Council adopted a resolution at its Sept. 25 public hearing accepting the Town Manager’s State of the Town Report for FY 2018. The report highlights progress and accomplishments on major initiatives undertaken by the town in FY 2018, up to and including June 30, 2018. An online executive summary of the 2018 Annual Report can be found at www.herndon-va.gov/ Search Latest News, FY 2018 Annual Report.

Town Seeks Certified Police Officers

The Town of Herndon is seeking Certified Police Officers. The Town wants to hire "the best and brightest Virginia certified police officers," and it is offering the town states, "a very attractive incentive package for Virginia certified police hires."

Visit www.herndon-va.gov/; scroll to: “Latest News”, “More”, “Archived News" then “Attention VA Certified Police Officers” for more information.