Morning Notes

Wildflower meadow in Reston/Credit: JGS via twitter

Not Everyone Pleased With JBG Merger — JBG Companies, which is developing several Reston’s biggest projects, is planning a merger with New York-based REIT, Inc. Some investors are pushing back, though. [Washington Business Journal]

Honor Fairfax County Architecture — Nominations are now open for Fairfax County’s Exceptional Design Awards. Know of a project completed in the last five years that should be honored? Nominate it by June 17. [YouTube]

Route 7 Meeting Next Week — The Virginia Department of Transportation is preparing to widen about seven miles of Route 7 near Reston/Great Falls. The public can get a progress report June 16 at Colvin Run Elementary School, 1400 Trap Road, Vienna, VA from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. [VDOT]

Who Wants To Be A Tech Star? — Reston-based ThreatQuotient is in this week’s Capital Business cybersecurity competition. [Washington Post]

Photo: Wildflower meadow in Reston/Credit: JGS via Twitter

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