The developer-owners of Reston National Golf Course have set their plan in motion. First, they paid for bogus surveys and focus groups. Now, they’re touting an innocent-sounding Reston National Neighborhood Study Group.
"The Reston National Golf Course area should remain as open space forever." - Robert Simon, Founder of Reston, August 14, 2015
The legal case regarding the land use designation of Reston National Golf Course has made it clear: An investor bought into a golf course, and a golf course is what they have.
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Supervisor Walter Alcorn has asked to hear from you, and we ask that you take a few minutes to use our Action Center to express your views to our County elected officials. We believe the developer-owners of both golf course properties may be planning an attempt to get...
Walter Alcorn, Hunter Mill District Supervisor, Fairfax County Board of Supervisors, met with Rescue Reston Board member David Burns to discuss issues affecting Reston's open space. It takes less than 2 minutes to go to the Action Center and tell Supervisor Alcorn and...
When will the golf course controversy be over? As long as there exists even the slightest possibility that either golf course property could be redeveloped into residential or commercial square footage, speculative developers will try to pillage the land. We can relax...
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Article by Bill Burton with Photography by Ed Hass and Laurel Wanrow