Thursday Morning Notes

September sunset in Reston/Credit: Joy Every

Startup Will Help Cull Deer Here  — A Richmond startup is marketing its services for private-property deer hunts in Fairfax County. The county has a deer management program to cull deer in county parks. A few Reston homeowners have also received permission from RA in the last few years to control population with contracted hunters on their own property. [Fairfax Times]

More Hunter Mill Talk — Here is some of the feedback residents gave to Fairfax County Department of Transportation Officials at a recent meeting about Hunter Mill Road backups. [Connection]

Silver Line On Track — Metro officials say construction on Silver Line Phase 2 is now “35 to 40” percent complete. The six new stations, including at Reston Town Center and Herndon, are on schedule to open in early 2020. [WTOP]

Photo: September sunset in Reston/Credit: Joy Every

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