Tuesday Morning Rundown

Reston Town Square Park, Reston Town Center

Former Airports Authority Board Member Reiley Dies — Mame Reiley, Democratic operative who helped Mark Warner get elected governor in 2002 and who until 2012 served on the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, died of cancer on Monday at age 61. [Washington Post]

New Blog For Crime Solvers — Fairfax County Crime Solvers has announced the release of its new blog. Crime Solvers offers the public an anonymous means for reporting criminal activity in Fairfax County. When tips provided through Crime Solvers lead to an arrest and indictment, tipsters are then eligible for cash rewards of $100 to $1,000 paid out through the Crime Solvers program. [Crime Solvers Blog]

Check Your Home, Win New HVAC — Reston residents have a chance to win new ENERGY STAR-rated heating and cooling system valued at $8,000 when they enter the Re-energize Reston Heating + Cooling Giveaway.  Sponsored by Rheem, M.E. Flow, Local Energy Alliance Program (LEAP) and Reston Association, the Re-energize Reston Heating + Cooling Giveaway is open through August 1, 2014. To enter the contest, Reston residents need to complete a $45 Home Energy Check-up* performed by LEAP by Aug. 1. [Re-Energize Reston]

Milestone For Rotary — The Herndon Rotary Club is celebrating its 75th anniversary with a party on June 18 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Dranesville Tavern, 11919 Leesburg Pike, Herndon. Tickets are $60 per person. [Herndon Rotary]

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Morning Notes

Cars travel northbound along I-495 toward D.C. (staff photo by James Jarvis) GMU’s Sports Stadium Proposal Questioned — “Students and neighbors of George Mason University are rallying in opposition to a…

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