by Abbie Trombly
Smartphones do a lot for users. They’re phones, cameras, gaming consoles, maps, windows to the internet… but at what point do you become addicted? 291 more words
The April issue of the Reston Citizens Association (RCA) newsletter has excellent information relevant to our meeting on Monday on several topics, including the new TSA (Transit Station Area) tax that is being levied on businesses and residents in the core high-rise area of Reston; more information on the road cutting through Hidden Creek Golf Course — a road that suddenly appeared on the Reston Master Plan with no explanation from Fairfax County officials; and a link to the survey on development sent out earlier this month. Worth a read!
Reston 20/20’s op-ed (reprinted here with their permission) points out that Fairfax County has changed the Reston Master Plan (with no/no community input) since it was finalized in 2014, even though County staff now rejects requests by Reston Association and Coalition for a Planned Reston to reopen and modify the Plan to clarify ambiguities and place reasonable limits on development. 730 more words