Friday Morning Rundown

Lake Audubon in Summer

Leadership Fairfax Names Cleveland President and CEO — Reston’s Karen Cleveland has been selected as Leadership Fairfax’s President and CEO. Cleveland had been serving as Interim CEO following the resignation of Elizabeth Murphy. Cleveland has held many leadership positions, including CEO of Habitat for Humanity Northern Virginia, and heading her own consulting firm, The Cleveland Group. She is also a former chair of the Greater Reston Chamber of Commerce.

New At GRACE — A new exhibit at The Greater Reston Arts Center (GRACE) opened on Thursday. Ephemeral, an exhibition held in conjunction with the Washington Sculptors Group, will explore the nature of non-permanent, three-dimensional work addressing the concept of ephemerality. The exhibition runs through mid-November. [GRACE]

Population Cap Increase? — Reston 2020 says Fairfax County is working on zoning changes to increase population in Reston. [Reston 2020]

Video Of Encounter That Led To Inmate Death — Fairfax County Sheriff’s Office has released tape of the incident between deputies and a mentally ill inmate last winter that led to the inmate’s death. The commonwealth’s attorney says the deputies will not face charges. [Washington Post]

Recent Stories

The Town of Vienna has now committed about a third of the $7 million bequeathed by late councilmember Maud Robinson for building sidewalks to specific projects. As of Aug. 2,……

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While school doesn’t officially start until Aug. 22, The Water Mine at Lake Fairfax will wind its summer operations down a week early this year, beginning Monday (Aug. 18). The…

Morning Notes

People walk by Caffi Field, a football field in Vienna (staff photo by Angela Woolsey) Driver in Fatal Franconia Crash Charged With Manslaughter — Sara Flores, 20, of Lorton was…


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