Tuesday Morning Rundown

Wiehle-Reston East station/Credit: Elvert Barnes vis Flickr

Water Mine’s New Slide — Lake Fairfax Park’s Water Mine Family Swimmin’ Hole opened its new slide Saturday as part of its $5.5 million expansion. Officials say the larger slide will hopefully attract more teen visitors. [WTOP]

Tonight: National Night Out — The annual event that promotes community and police unity will be observed at several places in Reston, including Southgate Community Center. [Reston Now]

Bat Hunt — Will the Northern Long-Eared Bat prevent progression of Silver Line Phase 2 progress? [Washington Post]

Special RA Land Use Meeting — Reston Association’s Board of Directors will have a special meeting Wednesday, 4 to 6 p.m., to discuss land use issues related to the redevelopment of Tall Oaks Village Center, Reston National Golf Course and Town Center North. Most of the meeting will be in executive session, but there will be a public comment period at 4 p.m. [Reston Association]

Photo: Wiehle-Reston East station/Credit: Elvert Barnes via Flickr

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