Wednesday Morning Notes

Opinion: A Year in Review — Hunter Mill District Supervisor Cathy Hudgins reflects on the accomplishments of the year, which she says centered around the theme of change and collaboration. [The Connection]

RPAI Seeks Buyers for Loudoun County Mixed-Used Project — The publicly traded retail group REIT is seeking multi-family developers to take on a piece of the planned residential units at Downtown One Loudoun. [Washington Business Journal]

Requesting Pet Medication for Personal Use — The Fairfax County Police Department is warning against misuse of animal medication prescriptions as the county combats illegal opioid use and overdoses. Local police distributed pamphlets to veterinaries to educate the public on the dangers of vet shopping. [Fairfax County Police Department]

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