Breakfast links: Know your rights
Photo by KCIvey on Flickr.
Public or private?:
Are some sidewalks in Silver Spring actually private property?
That's the question in a free speech case where a man was cited and then banned from part of downtown Silver Spring. It's not the first time
a civil liberty issue has arisen at this spot. (Gazette, Ben Ross)
How downtown is like Downton:
How are parking minimums like the Downton Abbey argument
between Lord Grantham and Matthew Crawley over modernizing the estate's farming? Richard Layman draws the connection. (RPUS)
Fairfax trail closed a year:
VDOT has now closed part of the Fairfax County Parkway Trail for nearly a year. It was supposed to reopen by the end of 2012, but remains closed
and officials are mum about a new opening date or temporary detour. (FABB)
A studio in Fairfax:
Fairfax County is looking to encourage affordable studio apartments
for low-income residents. Until now, no developer has built an all-studio apartment building in Fairfax. (Fairfax Times)
One 5A bus was involved in a crash
on I-66 that sent 4 to the hospital. (Post) ... The Silver Spring Transit Center portion of the Metropolitan Branch Trail opens
. (Patch) ... Think your place is small? Check out these Hong Kong apartments
. (Atlantic Cities)
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