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Thursday Morning Rundown

by Karen Goff — July 31, 2014 at 8:00 am 1 Comment

Lake Anne at night/Credit: Charlotte Geary

Felons’ Voting Rights Restored — Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe restored the voting rights of 2,500 felons on Wednesday. After previous Gov. Bob McDonnell began the process, McAuliffe in April made the process more transparent by reducing the waiting period for offenders with more serious offenses to have their rights automatically restored. [Richmond Times-Dispatch]

South Reston A No-Fly Zone? — Big portions below the Dulles Toll Road are off-limits to drones. [Restonian]

Sailing the Seas In Reston — Lake Fairfax was invaded by pirates last weekend. [Reston Connection]

Landfill’s Future — The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors voted on Tuesday not to extend the life of the Lorton landfill and the 250-acre operation will close in 2018. Here are answers to some residents’ questions. [Washington Post]

Photo: Lake Anne at Night/Credit: Charlotte Geary

  • Mike M

    So, this most excellent legislation comes just in time for Old Governor McDonnell’s felony conviction. See you at the polls, thief!

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