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 other elected officials that you do NOT want a change to the Comprehensive Plan for the golf course properties. He will be very glad to have this email from you.

The links below are segments from this interview, each addressing a specific question or area of concern.

Open space contribution to the community and the community’s well-being

 

Striking a balance between development and the commitment to open space in Reston

Open space golf courses in Reston, the Comprehensive Plan and community involvement

Ways in which the community can contact the Hunter Mill District Supervisor

Rumors debunked that a deal is already in the works for one of the courses to be developed

The process of amending the Comprehensive Plan

Complete Interview