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Representing the Interests of McLean Area Residents For Over a Century

          The McLean Citizens Association (MCA) is a volunteer, non-governmental organization that has served since 1914
          as an unofficial town council for the residents of the McLean Area, which has no governmental structure of its own.
          MCA has provided a forum for McLean area residents to have a voice in resolving community problems and
          county-wide issues affecting the area.

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MCA Board Passes Resolution on Police Violence Against African Americans and Other Residents
Glenn Harris
Published on: 7/5/2020
Resolution from July 1, 2020 BOD Meeting
MCA Donation Match Leads To Over $9500 In Contributions To Help Feed and Assist the Needy
Glenn Harris
Published on: 6/5/2020
MCA Helps Share Assist the Needy.

Transportation News

MCA Passes Resolution Regarding 495NEXT Environmental Assessment
David Wuehrmann
Published on: 9/11/2020
On September 2, 2020, the MCA Board of Directors passed a resolution supporting implementation of the Virginia Department of Transportation’s (VDOT) 495 NEXT Project, which would extend the existing high-occupancy toll lanes on I-495 from their present terminus north of Route 267 to the George Washington Memorial Parkway (GWMP). The Board predicated its support on its long-standing position of urging the reduction of traffic congestion at the American Legion Memorial Bridge.
Reporting Aircraft Noise
Published on: 2/15/2019
Residents who have a concern about aircraft noise as it relates to take-offs and departures for Reagan National Airport should let the FAA know (via complaint) or each incident.

Planning & Zoning News

MCA Passes Three Resolutions Regarding Local Development Projects
Published on: 7/6/2020
Summary of two resolutions passed by the MCA Board of Directors at its July 1, 2020 meeting and a third resolution passed by the MCA Executive Committee on July 3, 2020.

Budget & Taxation News

MCA Passes Resolution Regarding Pandemic-Caused Recession
Dale Stein
Published on: 7/13/2020
The COVID-19 recession closed retail businesses for Fairfax County and the nation, and as a result, pushed unemployment to its highest level in any recession for Fairfax County. The McLean Citizens Association (MCA) passed a resolution that commends the Board of Supervisors for its prompt action to respond to the pandemic by imposing a hiring freeze and directing agencies to defer non-critical expenditures. The resolution urges for the Supervisors to continue to find efficiencies, respond to the needs of residents and fully fund the County’s annual contributions to the pension plans.

Tysons News

GTCC Meets with Andrea Dorlester, Fairfax County Park Authority Development Review Section Chief
Sally Horn
Published on: 9/18/2020
On Thursday, September 17, via Zoom, Andrea Dorlester provided her third annual update to the GTCC on meeting the park, athletic field, and other recreational goals of the Tysons Comprehensive Plan.
GTCC Meets with Hunter Mill District Supervisor Walter Alcorn.
Sally Horn
Published on: 9/9/2020
Members and friends of the Greater Tysons Citizens Coalition zoomed with Hunter Mill District Supervisor Walter Alcorn. Walter shared his perspectives on how well Tysons has done, the impact of COVID-19 and metro's closure, and the long-term ability to achieve these goals.
Tysons - MCA Hosts A Discussion on Tysons On The 10-Year Anniversary of The Comp Plan
Rob Jackson
Published on: 9/8/2020
On October 14, 2020, Providence Supervisor Dalia Palchik and Dranesville Supervisor John Foust will join MCA president Rob Jackson, as moderator, for a discussion and Q&A about Tysons – Ten Years After. What’s good? What’s not so good? What happens in the next few years?
What's Next For Tysons
Sally Horn
Published on: 6/18/2020
On June 11th, MCA's Tysons Committe and the Greater Tysons Citizens Coalition (GTCC) discussed the impact of COVID-19 and Metro's shutdown of the Silver Line Station with Sol Glasner, President of the Tysons Partnership.
GTCC Shares Tysons Observations and Concerns with Fairfax County
Published on: 2/3/2020
In a letter dated January 29, 2020, the Greater Tysons Citizens Coalition (GTCC) shared its key observations and concerns regarding the transformation of Tysons, including its impact on surrounding communities, with the Board of Supervisors, the School Board and the Planning Commission.
Greater Tysons Citizens Coalition Briefed on Planning Commission Schools Report
Published on: 1/27/2020
On January 23, the Greater Tysons Citizens Coalition (GTCC) was briefed by Planning Commissioners John Ulfelder (Dranesville) and Phillip Niezielski-Eichner on the Planning Commissioner's recommendations to the Board of Supervisors related to land-use and non-land use school infrastructure issues.

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