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The Washington Post's Dr. G's latest blog has a few road closings and other traffic changes due to the Silver Line Metro project in Tysons Corner.  The first is this Friday starting at 8:00 p.m. and running through Saturday morning at 10:00 a.m. when "all northbound lanes of Route 123 near the Du...
02/28/2010
The four storms that hit the Washington, D.C.-area earlier this month certainly wreaked havoc on the area and disrupted nearly everything.  At a recent update meeting on the status of the Tysons Corner Metro Extension project, planners indicated that the heavy snow while disrupting work for a bit...
02/26/2010
At least two news stories earlier this week indicate that this current housing slump is not showing signs of subsiding just yet.  Firstly, the government reported that January saw the lowest new-home sales on record, according to wire reports as covered in the Austin Statesman.  "The U.S. Departm...
02/25/2010
As the Commissioner of McLean's youth football program, I have been invited to attend planning meetings by Fairfax County for the creation of another park our town.  Named Salona, the area is located off of Dolley Madison Blvd. on the left hand side as you head from the GW Parkway, past the CIA, ...
02/23/2010
I ran across an interesting tidbit from the Dallas Morning News about Kay Bailey Hutchinson, the senior senator from Texas who is currently running for Governor of that state this fall.  Coming in at Number 18 in their article, "50 things you need to know about Kay Bailey Hutchinson,"  is the fo...
02/22/2010
Since Fairfax County released it's revised 40 year plan for the development of Tysons Corner, people have been poring through the document and raising objections to what it contains.  According to the Washington Business Journal, parking, and potentially lack there of, is the latest concern. At ...
02/20/2010
It's hard to imagine with all this snow on the ground that summer will ever come.  However, the summer's just around the corner and registration is now open for several of the McLean Community Center's camps.  These are very popular, particular Camp McLean, so if you're interested jump on them so...
02/19/2010
As the Metropolitan, D.C.-area continues to dig out from the historic snow fall of the past few weeks (literally, there is a front-end loader widening my street as I type), children are finally making their way back to school.  Problem is they missed nearly 10 school days this month and this does...
02/18/2010
One of the best indicators of where our over-leveraged economy stands is to look at credit card payments.  According to Business Week, the biggest U.S. lender, Bank of America, reported that "late payments on credit-card loans fell to 7.35 percent in January, the lowest in a year."  Last year, ho...
02/17/2010
After getting deluge with a series of snow storms, which shut everything down for a week or so, scheduled meetings and timelines have gotten blown to pieces.  I know my children will be in school until just about July 4th this year, a concept I tried to explain to them during their 6 school day l...
02/16/2010
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