Wednesday Morning Rundown

Bob Simon at Best of Reston/Credit: Greater Reston Chamber of Commerce

No Deal for “House of Cards” in Virginia — After the popular Netflix series’ agreement with the state of Maryland recently fell apart, the next-best place would be Virginia, right? However, Commonwealth officials said the production company’s list of demands was too long. [WAMU]

Will Bikeshare Stall Affect Reston Plan? — Fairfax County officials are looking into the feasibility of a bikeshare in Reston. However the bankruptcy of the bike manufacturing company has stalled plans for other upcoming Capital Bikeshare expansion plans. [Washington Post]

Human Trafficking An Issue In Fairfax County — Police officials say it affects all areas. They are stepping up efforts to stop it. [The Centreville Independent]

Herndon Metro Planners Need Your Input — Herndon Metrorail Stations Access Management Study is conducting a citizen survey to get ideas for pedestrian and bike access. Tell them your thoughts online [ HMSAMS ]

Kudos For John Marshall Bank — Reston’s John Marshall Bank has been ranked as the Top Community Bank in the Washington area by SNL Financial. The community bank, with total assets of $662 million and loan growth of 15.02 percent, was also ranked No. 26 in the country.

Photo of Reston founder Bob Simon taken April 10, 2014 courtesy of Greater Reston Chamber of Commerce.

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