Wednesday Morning Rundown

Safe Routes to School Needs Feedback — The  Greater Washington DC Region Safe Routes to School network is seeking feedback from residents. The goal of Safe Routes to School is to build partnerships and  resources in the region to support students walking and biking to school. FCPS recently received a grant to hire a SRTS coordinator. [Safe Routes to School Greater Washington DC]

New at the Top — Fairfax County Park Authority has appointed a new director, Kirk W. Kincannon.

Kincannon begins Jan. 27. He is currently the director of parks and recreation for the City of Boulder, Colo. Kincannon began his park and recreation career in Fairfax County, first serving as a recreation coordinator with the Town of Herndon for four years before coming to the Fairfax County Park Authority for 10 years from 1985-1995.  [Fairfax County Government website]

New at the Top II — Herndon High alum Paul Reagan will be governor-elect Terry McAuliffe’s Chief of Staff. [Herndon Patch]

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