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Will they ever come?
Twenty-eight outstanding police officers and first responders from Fairfax County and Fort Belvoir were recognized at the 18th annual Police & Firefighters Tribute hosted by Mount Vernon Springfield Chamber of Commerce and presented by Inova Mount Vernon Hospital.
Discussion included the hard work done on the Mount Vernon Trail this summer.
In the end of October, area transportation officials got together for the second annual Northern Virginia Recreational Trails Summit to look at the recreational trails picture for the Northern Virginia area with a goal of improving the trail network.
Lorton location won’t slow down the effort.
No one knows the impact of the high real estate prices in Fairfax County better than Good Shepherd Housing and it finally became an issue for this nonprofit so they picked up and moved into a new location in Lorton as a result of their high rent in Hybla Valley.