Stirrup Eyes Hylton Arts Council
WOODBRIDGE ,Va. — A former Prince William County Supervisor turned failed Virginia Senate candidate may soon have a spot as the At-Large Chair of the Hylton Performing Arts Executive Board.
John T. Stirrup is expected to be appointed to the Hylton Performing Arts Executive Board today at a meeting of the Prince William Board of County Supervisors meeting in Woodbridge. The Board is affiliated with the Hylton Performing Arts Center at George Mason University’s Prince William Camus in Manassas.
The appointment comes as current At-Large Chair Muneer Baig has expired, according to county documents.
Stirrup, a Republican, represented the Gainesville District on the Board of County Supervisors until 2011 when he stepped down to seek the Virginia State Senate seat for the 13th District. Republican Dick Black went to win the seat, beating out Democrat J. Shawn Mitchell.
Stirrup, who lives in Haymarket, is expected to serve at the art’s Board At-Large Chairman until Dec. 31, 2015.