One of the longest-serving members of the Airports Authority board is stepping down for heath reasons, our colleague Dana Hedgpeth reports.
Mame Reiley, who had served on the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority board since 2002 and chaired the committee overseeing construction of the new Silver Line to Dulles, announced her resignation in a letter this week to Virginia Gov. Robert F. McDonnell.
McDonnell will be able to appoint someone to Reiley’s seat. She had about two years left on her six-year term.
Read Dana’s full report on Reiley’s resignation here.