25-year council member Randolph reflects on changed Manassas

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25-year council member Randolph reflects on changed Manassas

Washington Post
By Sarah Lane
Sunday, July 18, 2010

A job in publishing brought J. Steven Randolph to Northern Virginia 32 years ago, but a passion for history and small towns drew him to Manassas. . . .

[This is an excerpt from an article in the Washington Post. I wanted to share it for all those interested in Manassas, Virginia. Please read full article here.]

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Mario Jannatpour
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Interesting article!  I lived in Manassas as a kid years ago.  I hear it's changed a lot.

Thanks for the post!

Jul 19, 2010 02:04 PM #1
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Luisa Giaitzis
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Congratulations!

Good news!

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John Marion
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Thank you Mario!

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John Marion
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And thank you too, Luisa!

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