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Weekend Discussion Topics

by RestonNow.com August 3, 2018 at 3:45 pm 4 Comments

Before we head off into the weekend, let’s take a look back at the biggest stories on Reston Now in recent days.

  1. County Board Approves Nearly 10 Million Square Feet of Development in Reston
  2. Fairfax County Board to Consider Three Major Development Proposals
  3. With Planning Commission Approval, Reston Gateway Heads to Board of Supervisors
  4. Updated: Several Roads in Reston Closed
  5. Early Discussions on the Future of Hidden Creek Country Club Begin

If you have ideas on stories we should cover, email us at [email protected] or submit an anonymous tip. We’re also looking for photos of Reston submitted by readers.

Feel free to discuss these topics, your weekend plans or anything else that’s happening locally in the comments below.

Photo via Fairfax County Government

  • MAGA

    If Trump were going to have a MAGA rally anywhere in Northern Virginia, do you think Reston Now would advertise it before the event? Or just write an article bad mouthing it after its over?

  • Soulless Skyscrapers

    Dam. Reston now or development now? Sad future for NoVa =/

  • RIP RESTON

    The self styled “environmentalist liberals have handed their constituents a soul crushing defeat by turning this area into a 10 year lasting construction zone which will turn this area into a national show case of brutalist architecture with a total disregard for plumbing, local traffic, recreation and green space. Instead we will get woonfers, higher taxes and more crime.

    Here a list of combatants that died in this war zone to date:
    . 50,ooo chipmunks
    . 1000 deer
    . 500 racoons
    . 700 foxes
    . 10,ooo squirrels

    RiP Reston.

  • James

    You all complain about the high housing costs and then when they start to do something about it you complain. People have to live somewhere and the market will drive down prices if there is too much inventory. Reston will still be Reston outside of Sunrise/Sunset just like the houses off the main roads in Arlington.

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