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Monday Morning Notes

by Dave Emke — March 13, 2017 at 9:00 am 4 Comments

Morning Notes

More Speak Out Against Paid Parking — The owner of Obi Sushi says sales are down about a third since Boston Properties initiated paid parking at Reston Town Center. Meanwhile, the president of the Reston Citizens Association says it’s just one more sore spot to a community battling an increasing cost of living. [Washington Post]

Retired Detective’s Story Gains AttentionAs we reported, retired Fairfax County Police Department detective Bruce Wiley took care of a 17-year-old intruder at his Beaver Circle home last week using no more than a flashlight and a baton. Since, he has shared further details about the incident with Washington television stations. “I was lucky that he didn’t have a gun,” he told one. [Fox 5 DC/WJLA]

Nominations Still Open for Reston Volunteer Awards — Candidates for Reston Association’s Volunteer Service Awards can still be nominated until Friday. The awards recognize individuals, families, groups and businesses that make a significant contribution to the community through volunteer service. [Reston Association]

SLHS Baseball Star Continues His Success — Jared Abelson, a 2015 South Lakes High School graduate, picked up two hits for Macalester College in a game over the weekend against Marian University in the Tucson Invitational. The sophomore is batting .478 through six games this season. [Macalester College Athletics]

  • JoeInReston

    Wow, RTC paid parking policies make the Washington Post. Haha! More people will be aware of the policy and avoid shopping there.

    • Donald

      I agree. This might start having an impact on the Reston Town Center Brand. Negative brand recognition is a difficult matter to rectify.

      Donald

  • Guest

    Parking: WaPo quotes BP on blaming metro (which won’t hit RTC until 2020) but commenters absolutely aren’t having any of it. Glorious.

    That article is also slightly out of date, the road tax was approved February 28.

  • 30yearsinreston

    Time to get a new spin doctor
    The last one didnt cut the mustard

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