Thursday Morning Notes

The Ball is Out of Reston’s Court – The United States Tennis Association is moving its headquarters from Reston to Prince William County. Plan to build a new 2023 complex are on the drawing board.  [Washington Business Journal]

Inspection Reports on Metro Flag Concerns – Are you a Metro rider? The Federal Transit Administration recently found several “radio dead zones” along the Blue and Silver lines. Some structural support pieces for gates are also showing signs of failure, the reports found. [WTOP]

Shout out to Susan Ungerer — The Herndon Rotary Club selected Ungerer as the citizen of the year. She founded Kids R First, a local nonprofit that helps get school supplies to low-income students. [The Connection]

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