Mr. Jackson also spearheaded efforts to adopt an alternative formula for allocating costs of transportation improvements saving the County taxpayers an estimated $400 million. He has also been active in many transportation projects and groups including Chair of the Citizens Advisory Committee to the regional Transportation Planning Board and helped to create the Greater Tysons Citizens Coalition, a coalition of communities and citizens focused on development and growth in Tysons.
Scott Spitzer, who has served as MCA First Vice President, was elected President to replace Rob Jackson. He said, “Rob Jackson’s deep knowledge of community issues, his wisdom and guidance, and his repeatedly answering the call to serve MCA and our community will be missed by all of us. We thank him for his exceptional public service.”
To read the Resolution in its entirety, click on this link - 2022-03-17 - MCA Salutes Outgoing President Rob Jackson.