More candidate forums!

Thanks to those who have already participated in one of the candidate forums for the Hunter Mill District Democrat primary. Four more have now been scheduled between now and election day. This is an opportunity for members of the public (as well as CPR followers) to ask the candidates about their positions on growth and infrastructure.

Thursday, May 2, 7:00 – 9:00 PM
“North County Supervisor Candidate Forum on the Environment”

Sponsored by: 350 Fairfax, Faith Alliance for Climate Solutions, Food and
Water Action, Friends of Accotink Creek, Our Revolution NOVA

Location:  Northern Virginia Hebrew Congregation
1441 Wiehle Ave, Reston
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Meet the Hunter Mill District Supervisor Candidates

The critical June 11th Democratic primary for County Supervisors is rapidly approaching. This primary likely will determine the successor for Catherine Hudgins as our elected representative in Fairfax County.

There are five candidates running in the Democratic primary: Walter Alcorn, Laurie Dodd, Shyamili Hauth, Parker Messick. and Maggie Parker.

In order to be an informed voter, please attend a candidate forum. There will be three public Continue reading “Meet the Hunter Mill District Supervisor Candidates”

Thank you, Reston!

To all the wonderful Restonians and other neighbors in our broader Fairfax community, we want to extend our deepest appreciation for your support over the past two years against the proposed zoning amendment that would have increased the density cap in our Planned Residential Community (PRC) area.  Your many letters and phone calls to members of the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors and Planning Commission, your participation in the community meetings held in Reston, including the pivotal October 2017 public meeting at South Lakes High School, Continue reading “Thank you, Reston!”

PRC zoning amendment hearing CANCELLED

At today’s Board of Supervisors meeting, Hunter Mill District Supervisor Cathy Hudgins moved that the BOS defer indefinitely consideration of the proposed zoning amendment for the Reston PRC plan regulations. The Board concurred.

Now that the PRC zoning amendment has been deferred indefinitely, there is no longer a meeting to attend tonight. The BOS will be considering other issues, but Reston’s PRC zoning is no longer among them.

We will continue to keep all of you informed on the latest developments on the PRC.

Thank you again for your support for our planned community!

Coalition for a Planned Reston