McLean's Big News - April 2-6

McLean Week in Review


Monday, April 5

1940 Census Released Today. Portrait of America at the end of the Great Depression and on the eve of World War II.

Route 7 Pedestrian Bridges. Construction starts today to get passengers to the trains.

Traffic Alert. Up to 30 minute, full closures of the Beltway and both Dulles airport roads this week.

Tuesday, April 6

President Obama Coming to McLean. The President and former President Bill Clinton to visit for fundraiser. 

Memorial Service of McLean Student. Service scheduled for next week for student who died at Syracuse University.

Where the Jobs Are. Fairfax County government job openings for positions ranging from real estate appraiser to dental assistant and web developer.

Wednesday, April 7

President to Sign Steve Case Bill. McLean resident Case wins passage of legislation to help start-ups.

New Leaders for Fairfax Republicans and Democrats. Both parties elect new chairman in this presidential election year.

Beware of Fake IRS Scam. Tips to avoid being fooled by scammers posing as the IRS online.

Fairfax School Considers Later School Start Times. School board to vote next week.

Thursday, April 8

Finding Family in 1940 Census. Four tips on how to find your family members online in the very popular 1940 Census.

Lawnmower Starts Two-Alarm House Fire. Family of five escapes mid-morning fire in McLean.

McLean Board to Hire Architect. Community Center to spend up to $50,000.

Passover Memories. Lisa Kaplan Gordon share a tale of two Passovers.

Friday, April 9

The McLean Ear. Microsoft CEO, famous admiral coming to McLean. Opening of Bistro Vivant.

President Signs JOBS Act. McLean neighbor Steve Case attends presidential signing of his JOBS bill.

McLean Orchestra Hosts Elegant Ball. Italian embassy site for masquerade ball fundraiser.

McLean Crime. Shirts stolen.


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