Wednesday Morning Notes

by Dave Emke September 20, 2017 at 9:00 am 7 Comments

PRC Zoning Ordinance Amendment Info Session Tonight — Reston 20/20, Reclaim Reston and the Reston Citizens Association will present the forum tonight from 7-9 p.m. at Reston Association headquarters (12001 Sunrise Valley Drive). This is being held in advance of the fourth public meeting on the proposal, being presented Monday by Supervisor Cathy Hudgins and County Planning and Zoning staff. [Reston Now]

Site Lists Top Places to Eat in Reston — Eater’s list includes 10 locations within Reston Town Center, but it also branches out to Lake Anne, South Lakes and more. [DC Eater]

Copperhead Spotted on W&OD Trail — The venomous snake was spotted last week on the trail near the Luck Stone Quarry overlook in Ashburn, serving as a reminder to be watchful when out in nature. [Loudoun Times-Mirror]

Dulles Day Festival is This Weekend — The 25th annual open house event at the airport Saturday will include a 5K/10K on runways, a festival on the airfield, and the plane-pull competition. [Dulles International Airport]

Another Brewery Coming to Route 28 Corridor — Rocket Frog Brewing Company is looking to open in Sterling early next year. This is on the heels of Ono Brewing Company opening recently in Chantilly. [The Burn]

File photo by Audrey Lawson

  • Willie Reston

    LOL @ American Tap Room being on that list.

  • Mike M

    Psst! During the summer months, I see a copperhead on or near the trail about every other week.

    • Thomas Day

      You mean you actually step away from the keyboard every now and then? Amazing.

      • Mike M

        Excellent comment my lil leprechaun. You are so trusty. So, how much time do you spend at your keyboard to go find and keep up with my comments?

        • Thomas Day

          Just enough to help you realize what a boor you are!

    • RestonAssurance

      Yes, they are more common in this area than people think.

    • The Constitutionalist

      You should nab one, they are quite delicious, although probably illegal.


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