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Public Meeting On Tysons Park System Concept Plan

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April 24, 2014
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I was able to attend the Fairfax County Park Authority meeting yesterday which discussed the new Tysons Park System Concept Plan. We previously summarized many of the elements of the plan in a previous post, but the meeting brought up some interesting clarifications we were not aware of. The concept for the trail loop...
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Bike to Work Day is May 16th

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April 23, 2014
Bike to Work Day is May 16th

Bike to Work Day is an annual event that will be held on May 16, 2014. This event encourages people to ride their bicycles to and from work. This event is free and the first 14,000 who register and attend this event will receive a free T-shirt at their registered pit stop location. Also attendees will...
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Around The Corner

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April 18, 2014
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The week started off with some confusion and police excitement as a situation turned from an isolated barricade at the Rotonda Condos to a fears of flammable or explosive materials. Luckily, the incident concluded without violence and the suspect, 62-year old Michael Gordon, was apprehended and now faces charges of Arson. By the way...
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Meridian Introduces Itself To Tysons With Parklet

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April 10, 2014
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Last May news broke that Meridian, a real estate investment company based in Bethesda, was purchasing the property that contains parts of the headquarters for both SAIC and Booz Allen. The sale also corresponded with plans for SAIC to split off a component of their business, Leidos, to Reston and thereby reducing their future...
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Metrobus Service Changes for North Tysons in effect

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March 31, 2014
Empty WMATA Buses Come at the Cost of Other Routes

Some changes to the Metrobus schedule that according to WMATA are already in effect that affect North Tysons users (In particular those in the Avalon Crescent/Park Crest area and Freddie Mac) .  Metrobus 23A will no longer run to Westpark transit center, a new route 23W was created to bridge the gap with ~20-30...
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Friday Photo Pool

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March 14, 2014
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Silver Line Delay a Debacle in Public Relations and Oversight

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January 17, 2014
Tysons Metro Station, Photo by Benjamin Burgess

This past week we received notice of a final test date being conducted by Bechtel on the long delayed Silver Line Phase 1; the last step prior to hand over to WMATA for remaining testing and operations. The project has been delayed nearly 5 months from its initial schedule, and those disruptions stem from...
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German Embassy Christmas Market Recap

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December 19, 2013
Tysons Corner Center – German Christmas Market – photo ©TimeLine Media

This story originally ran on TimelineDC and has been cross post with the authors permission. Last weekend, the Tysons Corner Center had a German Christmas Market setup right outside a section of their mall for the first in what they hope will be an annual event. This is a unique way to do some...
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Local Personal Trainer Provides Tips to “Fit in Fitness”

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October 17, 2013
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It’s the start of many things new. A new season is well on its way, the busy holidays are right around the corner and soon we will be celebrating a new year. Luckily, we have a new gym in town to help us stay focused on fitness priorities during a time when our schedules...
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Around the Corner

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September 13, 2013
Boone Boulevard will be the site of Taste of Tysons 2013 next Saturday

Around the Corner today UberOffices has found some moderate success in the their Tysons location despite a stagnant commercial market; showing it isn’t just the Fortune 500s that like calling Tysons home. (Patch) — — — — — — Fairfax County’s new police chief has made some news about transparency policies, but Tysons residents...
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Cityline Partners to Be Recognized By Fairfax Arts Council

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September 12, 2013
2012 Award winner Til Hazel (left) with Council Chairman Dennis McArver. Photo copyright Kaveh Sardari

This past week the Arts Council of Fairfax County announced they would be awarding Cityline Partners the Arts Philanthropy Award their decades long commitment to the local arts. The second annual award presentation will be held October 25th from noon to 2:00 PM during a luncheon at the Fairview Park Marriott. The event recognizes...
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