Tuesday Morning Notes

Lake Anne Plaza

Metro’s Not The Worst — New study shows the DC-area transportation system is middle of the pack nationally. [Washington Post]

Seahawks Move Up — The South Lakes Football team is 6-0 and now ranked No. 18 in the Washington Post High School football rankings. That’s up one place since last week. [Washington Post]

New Face At Lake Anne Church — Washington Plaza Baptist Church has a new pastor with an interesting journey to the pulpit. [Fairfax Times]

New Reston Initiative From Cornerstones — Nonprofit Cornerstones has a new program RestON, in which Reston-area residents, nonprofits, schools, county programs, businesses, and faith communities will coordinate resources to ensure local children and families are reaching their fullest potential. There is a kick-off event at South Lakes High School on Oct. 26. [Cornerstones]

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The 11.5-mile extension of the Silver Line into Loudoun County has cleared another major hurdle. Contractors have finally completed the rail yard associated with the multibillion-dollar project, according to the…

Morning Notes

Park Authority Snags Honors — The Fairfax County Park Authority won three GIS excellence awards during the county’s annual Geographic Information System Day contest. The park authority was one of…

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