Candidates vying for the seat of Hunter Mill District Supervisor Cathy Hudgins will participate in a candidate forum on the environment on Thursday (May 2).
The forum, which includes candidates for supervisor in the Dranesville, Providence and Sully Districts, takes place at the Northern Virginia Hebrew Congregation (1441 Wiehle Avenue ) from 7-9 p.m.
Candidates will share their environmental and energy platform with Fairfax County constituents. Star Muir, an associate professor of communication at George Mason University, will moderate the event.
So far, Hunter Mill District Supervisor candidates Walter Alcorn, Laurie Dodd, and Shyamali Hauth have confirmed their attendance, according to event organizers. The election is set for June 11.
The event is hosted by 350 Fairfax, faith Alliance for Climate Solutions, Food & Water Action, Friends of Accotink Creek, Our Revolution Northern Virginia and other community partners.
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