Monthly Archives: May 2008

Tysons Tunnel, Still Not Over?

Last night, there was a meeting in McLean of 100+ supporters of Tysons Tunnel, which is the non-profit advocacy group fighting for a tunnel through Tysons as part of the Dulles Rail project.  www.tysonstunnel.org  Talk about a dynamic issue … We … Continue reading

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Excellent column by Mark Fisher

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/05/14/AR2008051403840.html?hpid=news-col-blog As usual, he hits it out of the park in today’s Post. Question:  Why are Northern Virginians always being asked to pay higher taxes, while out-of-state motorists literally get a free ride in this state?   

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Taxes, Taxes, Taxes at Vienna NARFE

Yesterday Delegate Steve Shannon and I spoke to the local chapter of National Association of Retired Federal Employees at the Vienna Community Center.    NARFE is an organization which tracks issues for Federal retirees (civilian and military) and keeps them up to … Continue reading

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Rainy Mother’s Day

It’s 4:30 pm on Sunday, May 11th and the rain is pouring down.  My wife Sharon is out doing errands and I’m home with the three kids.  My 9 year old daughter Eva is working on a puzzle, my 6 … Continue reading

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Fairfax City Welcomes New Council

OK, this week has been crazy.  I’ve been in a week-long jury trial in Ellicott City, Maryland.  Just concluded today, at least for my client. In the meantime, Fairfax City had its municipal elections on Tuesday.  About 2800 City residents … Continue reading

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