Today, one of our members wrote the attached letter to TF Cornerstone, the developer behind the Campus Commons project at Sunrise Valley and Wiehle, to protest their continuing pursuit of a 25 September hearing before the Fairfax Planning Commission.
Please write to the main TF Cornerstone VP in charge of community relations (Ms. Ebony Young) and also forward your email letter to the Fairfax County Planning Commission and Fairfax County Board of Supervisors. Ask them to defer any hearing on this project until all community concerns have been addressed.
Here’s the letter, posted as a Word doc in case you’d like to cut and paste the info into your own letter and in your own words.
Letter to TF Cornerstone
Thank you for all you do for Reston!
Planning Commission (reaches all commissioners):
Board of Supervisors:
Thanks to everyone who attended the 5 September community meeting on the proposed Campus Commons development at Wiehle Avenue and Sunrise Valley drive. We’ve posted a document that summarizes the developer’s presentation and the questions and answers with Reston residents that followed.
TF Cornerstone community meeting
This document can also be found in our Resources section!
Want a closer look at what makes Reston’s 18-hole golf courses so vital to our community?
Join a naturalist and other enthusiasts on Monday, 23 September, from 10:00 to noon for a nature walk through Hidden Creek Golf Course. You’ll learn about the variety of birds that frequent this green space and visit field, forest, and pond habitats. Space is limited for this free event, so sign up now! You can register on the Reston Association website or by phone at 703-476-9689.
Please wear good walking shoes and arrive at the Golf Course Island Pool parking lot by 9:55!
Reston needs your help!
This summer, Reston Planning & Zoning Committee (RP&Z) rejected a proposal for a massive redevelopment of the Campus Commons site at the corner of Wiehle Avenue and Sunrise Valley Drive. However, the developer is pushing ahead to fast-track the addition of 1.1 million square feet of multi-family residential and office space. The proposed project is directly across Sunrise Valley Drive from neighborhoods of single-family homes and two-story townhouses.
The proposal is currently slated to come before the Fairfax County Planning Commission for a public hearing on Wednesday, September 25, and Continue reading “Oppose the Campus Commons Massive Redevelopment”