Stop the proposed development of Reston National Golf Course in Reston, VA

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Lisa Wallace
7 years ago
I don't want Reston to become the land of high rise condos and concrete, pricing out residents of certain incomes. I grew up here, and have always loved the natural areas and mix of housing available to all incomes.

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Dawn Mutebi
7 years ago
Reston needs to keep open areas protected and beautiful.

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Gail hewitt
7 years ago
We the People, no longer have a voice. Developers, County Commissioners, Zoning Boards now rule! Keep fighting back '

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Stephen Snyder
7 years ago
I love Reston

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Catherine Salter
7 years ago
I grew up in Reston and this was a focal point. It needs to stay a golf course or open space.

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Valerie Spencer
7 years ago
I grew up in Reston right on the golf course. Many of us walked to school along the golf course, had our first lemonade stands on the golf course and collected lost golf balls to resell to the golfers. It was a big part of my childhood and something that makes Reston very special. I would hate to see if destroyed by development.

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Justin McHale
7 years ago
I want Reston to retain its unique greenspace structure.

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Katie Campbell
7 years ago
reston is too crowed as is. Adding more high rise and homes adds serious problems to the planned community. The golf course is beautiful and being a public course adds to the charm reston has to offer. The trails are perfect for walking and the trees are mature. Please do NOT develop on Reston National Golf Course.

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Robert Blagriff
7 years ago
I play golf at Reston and would hate to see it destroyed.

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William Sabo
7 years ago
I believe Reston National must remain a golf course.