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Tuesday Morning Notes

by Jennifer van der Kleut January 3, 2017 at 9:15 am 2 Comments

Morning Notes - Winter

Reston Association Board Candidate Info Session Tomorrow — Anyone considering running for one of the four seats on the Reston Association Board of Directors is invited to attend a candidate information session Wednesday evening. Terms will begin in April. All candidate forms and applications for those wishing to be on the ballot must be turned in by Jan. 27. [Reston Now]

My, How You’ve Grown, Reston! — The U.S. Census Bureau has released five years’ worth of data about Reston and its residents, and the numbers show just how much the planned community has grown. Among the highlights in the information is a 7,000-person increase in population and a median household income that has surpassed $100,000. [Reston Patch]

Herndon Man Dies After NYE Hotel Roof Fall — A 23-year-old Herndon man died shortly after midnight on New Year’s in an incident on the roof of his Dupont Circle hotel. Reports indicate John Leonard was on the roof of his hotel when he fell into a boiler shaft and plummeted 10 stories. [Washington Post]




  • JoeInReston

    Does today feel different? It does to me. I feel like Reston is finally coming into the big time. I say this because the Reston Town Center is now offering a premium parking experience. Finally.

    I always felt that there was something missing at the Town Center. The parking process was off. I sometimes had to find free parking spots without the benefit of the green lights. I also left the parking garage a little too assured because I never had to figure out how to pay for the damn parking. Now I will be humbled by the ridiculously convoluted process and be a better man for it. Perhaps I will install the parking app so the Town Center merchants can track my movements. How will I be notified of sales if I can’t be tracked?

    Its only Jan 3 and the world is already significantly improved in 2017.

    • Arielle in NoVA



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