Reston Now Weekend Discussion Topics

It’s hard to believe that August has already arrived.

Students will be returning to school later this month, much to their chagrin but maybe not so much for their parents. With that will come the shortening of pool hours, the ends of summer concert series and outdoor movies, and all other summer staples. The weather will become cooler, the leaves will turn and we’ll enter our next season.

But there’s still a long time before that! Make sure to enjoy the long days and the beautiful weather while you can and keep building memories.

Speaking of memories, you’ll likely remember these posts that have received the most clicks on Reston Now since last Friday:

  1. ‘Hate Has No Home Here’ Sign Causes Controversy at Orchard Green
  2. Crime: A Look at the July Incident Reports from FCPD’s Reston District Station
  3. Reston Association Leaders To Initiate Talks with Boston Properts About Town Center Parking
  4. Hundreds Take Advantage of Free Lunch Offer as Cava Opens in Reston
  5. Op-Ed: County’s Doomed High-Density Residential Development Strategy

Feel free to discuss these topics and anything else that happened locally this week.

Enjoy the weekend!

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