Tuesday Morning Notes

Morning Notes - Winter

Car Crash Injures Fairfax County Police Chief — Fairfax County police chief Edwin C. Roessler Jr. received minor injuries in a car crash at Lee Highway and Stone Road last night. A motorist, who is “is being charged with DWI,” hit Roessler’s stopped cruiser after a police awards event, according to FCPD spokeswoman Julie Parker. [Washington Post]

New Development Coming Near Herndon Metro Station — The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors approved last week the Woodland Park Waterview development near the Wiehle-Reston East Metro Station. Woodland Park Waterview will consist of 295 apartments in a five-story building, 56 townhomes and 32 attached four-story townhomes. [Fairfax County NewsWire]

Reston Association Board to Evaluate RA’s CEO Tonight — The Reston Association Board of Directors is set to hold a special meeting tonight at 7 p.m. at RA Headquarters (12001 Sunrise Valley Drive) to “review and evaluate the performance of the CEO on the goals established by the Board of Directors for 2016, and to consider the Board’s and CEO’s goals for 2017,” according to the panel. [Reston.org]

Hunters Woods, Forest Edge to Host Winter Break SACC Program — Fairfax County’s School-Age Child Care program will hold two weeks of a special winter break camp with the history theme, “Tangled Up Time.” The camps are set for the first four days of the weeks of Dec. 19 and Dec. 27. Twenty-three sites in the county will host the camps, including Reston’s Hunters Woods Community Center and Forest Edge Elementary School. [Fairfax County SACC]

Last Week to Donate to Toys For Tots — It’s down to the last few days to make a donation of new, unwrapped toys to the Fairfax County’s Toys For Tots program. The county’s fire and police stations will collect the gifts through Friday. [Fairfax County Fire & Rescue]


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