Friday Morning Notes

Great Decisions Event at Reston Regional Library Today — Speaker Gen. James Clapper will discuss the movie, which is produced by the Foreign Policy Association, from 2-4 p.m. today. Clapper’s book, “Cyber Conflicts and Geopolitics,” will also be on sale. [Reston Regional Library]

The Importance of Longterm Planning — “This week, the second week of National Preparedness Month 2019, highlights the importance of knowing your community’s risks and what to do when they occur. Having a plan and taking action in advance means that everyone can be prepared, no matter where or when disaster strikes.” [Fairfax County Government]

Try Transit Week Next Week — “To encourage Fairfax County residents and visitors to get out of their cars and give transit a try, the Fairfax County Department of Transportation, Fairfax Connector, Fairfax County Commuter Services, and other regional transportation partners are offering commuters the chance to win great prizes during Try Transit Week (Sept. 16-20, 2019) and Car Free Days.” [Fairfax County Department of Transportation]

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Morning Notes

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