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- Movement Determined to ‘Save the Park’
- Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Chairman Sharon Bulova Bulova to Create Transparency Review Commission
- Fairfax County Park Authority Passes on Commercial Proposal for Burke Lake Golf Park
- Community Reviews Plans for Silas Burke Property
- Fern and Otter Come to ‘Work’
- Experienced Woodson Boys' Basketball Team Bounces Back from 3OT Loss in Conference 7 Final
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Cavaliers beat Robinson in opening round of 6A North region tournament.
The Woodson boys' basketball team beat Robinson 70-55 Friday night.
Since the beginning of February, the Movement has generated a petition with more than 8,900 signatures and counting to save the Park.
“When the anonymous letter showed up in our neighborhood mailboxes many of us began to wonder and worry. A few of us started talking and soon a meeting was scheduled with Pat Herrity and the Park Authority,” said Leigh Claypool, committee chair of the Save Burke Lake Park movement.
Burke resident Meg Hanrahan likes Topgolf in Alexandria. “To go out on a date with my husband,” she said, “but it’s not some place I want to go when I want to mentally prepare to go out on a course and play 18 holes.”
Members of the Burke and West Springfield communities were invited to review the plans of Sunrise Development, LLC to build an assisted living facility on the property of the Silas Burke House.
“My dogs Fern and Otter, both adopted from the Fairfax County Animal Shelter. They love to come to work with me at the shelter.