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Thursday Morning Notes

by Dave Emke March 9, 2017 at 9:00 am 4 Comments

Morning Notes - Lake Fairfax Park

Is It Going to Snow This Weekend or Not? — A few snowflakes are possible this weekend, but forecasts seem to indicate a growing chance that a storm previously predicted to hit us will miss the area. [Capital Weather Gang]

RA Focusing on Future of Golf Courses — In the latest “Reston Today” dispatch, Reston Association land-use attorney John McBride breaks down what’s going on with potential threats to Reston National Golf Course and Hidden Creek Country Club. [Reston Association/YouTube]

Seuss To Be Celebrated at Library — Children ages 4 and up are invited to Reston Regional Libary on Monday at 4:30 p.m. for a celebration of the works of Dr. Seuss. Steve Somers will present the stories at the event, co-sponsored by Friends of Reston Regional Library. [Reston Regional Library]

Reston Company Named to CNBC ‘Upstart’ List — Reston-based Cloudistics gives its customers “all the simplicity, elasticity and consumption characteristics of the public cloud, with the predictability of performance, cost and data governance that a private cloud offers.” Its work has been honored by recognition on CNBC’s list of 25 startups that are breaking industry barriers. [CNBC]

  • Donald

    Glad to see a little info posted regarding Hidden Creek and Reston National. The street grid impact at Hidden Creek gives a wide open opportunity for owners to do something, Homeowners need to be more aware.

    • The Constitutionalist

      Unfortunately, RA does not care about our opinions, as they’ve shown by disregarding all of them, they only care about the timely collection of our assessment fees.

      • Donald

        I believe we need to rally, perhaps with Rescue Reston’s assistance if they are willing.

        Seeing the public hearing signs posted all around Hidden Creek CC makes me worry. Perhaps my concern is unwarranted, but at moment I’m not hearing a peep from other people like you and me.

      • Robin Dan

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