Wednesday Morning Rundown

Fall on Lake Thoreau

Gone Fishing — Trout season began at Lake Fairfax Park on Oct. 11 and will run through Nov. 9. The county stocks the lake with trout annually. A Virginia fishing license is required along with either a one-day or a seasonal trout fishing pass available at Lake Fairfax. [Reston Connection]

Help SLHS Girls Basketball Get New Uniforms — The SLHS Girls Basketball program needs new uniforms and has set up a Go Fund Me page for community monetary donations. The varsity team is the defending district champion and wants to start out the season looking like winners. The program’s goal is $3,000. [GoFundMe]

Chat About Transportation — Fairfax County is holding an 11 a.m. online chat Thursday to answer questions about the $100 million transportation bond on the ballot Nov.4  Of the bond, $16 million would go to road improvements to reduce congestion, $78 million to build missing sidewalks and trails and $6 million for bicycle projects. [Fairfax County]

Snow Summit Nov. 6 — Snow seems a long way off, but localities are determined to be prepared this winter. Reps from Reston Association, Fairfax County, the Virginia Department of Transportation and and Fairfax County Public Schools will all sit down together to discuss better preparation and removal processes for this winter Nov. 6 at 6:30 p.m. at RA Headquarters. [Reston Association]

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