Bill Serves ALL Residents of Herndon
It is truly amazing that my first term is coming to an end. I am so grateful for the opportunity to serve on Town Council and I hope in that time I have proven myself to be not only effective but also open to listening to anyone and everyone to better understand and serve the people of Herndon.
I am choosing to run for re-election because the work I set out to do is not done. Each one of my accomplishments below is clickable to show you what was done. I have kept my campaign promises which included:
5) As a true advocate of senior citizens, I am a board member of the Herndon Village Network, and will continue to work hard for our senior community for affordable housing, transportation and support networks so they can age in place
12) When things looked in doubt, I worked with Wayne Kidwell American Legion Post 184, Mayor Lisa Merkel, Town Staff, Fairfax County Fire, Jimmy's Old Town Tavern, Richard Sawkins and many good people in Herndon to continue to honor our nations bravest, our veterans, Memorial Day Weekend this year.
I call Herndon, "4.2 Square Miles of Endless Possibilities" because I truly believe we live in a special and amazing place. I hope to earn your vote on Tuesday, November 6, 2018.
Why is McKenna Running? Please take 60 seconds to watch this brief video on why I call Herndon 4.2 Square Miles of Endless Possibilities.
One of the unique aspects in the downtown area is the 1949 Class 8 center style cupola caboose, brought to the Town of Herndon by the Herndon Historical Society and was dedicated in a ceremony on April 21, 1990. A plaque honoring resident George Moore's efforts was placed in his honor on the caboose in 2003