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Gary N. Aiken, left, listens to Bren Mar block party hosts Gary and Sue Hotto voice concern on how the county government mishandled a restoration project of the stream across the street along Indian Run Parkway. National Night Out enabled Aiken — the Republican challenger to Mason District Supervisor Penelope “Penny” A. Gross — to meet local taxpayers, hear their concerns and ask for their vote in the Nov. 5 General Election for Fairfax County Board of Supervisors.

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