McLean Week in Review February 27-March 2

Top McLean News Last Week

Monday February 27

Subway Tunnels Complete Under Tysons Corner. Tracks going in. Escalators under construction in Reston.

This Week's Traffic Alert. Lots of 30-minute overnight road closings including the Beltway and I-66.

Langley, McLean Meet on Ice Tonight. Playoff in quarterfinal of regional tournament.

Best of McLean. Today, we begin the search for the Best of McLean. Vote for your favorite place to have breakfast in McLean.

Tuesday February 28

ACLU, Kuwait Government Reach Settlement in McLean Case. 3 woman servants charged they were basically enslaved while working at McLean home of diplomat.

McLean Loses Two Special Neighbors. A long-time McLean couple died within three days of each other at their home last week.

Former Langley Teacher Fights U.S. Army.  A dad fights for justice for son killed by a fellow soldier in an ill-conceived fire fight.

Wednesday February 29

Proposed Fairfax County Budget and Your Wallet. Public comment starts today on $6.7 billion that could cost homeowners $80 more.

McLean Weekly Crime Report. Shoplifting at Tysons Corner.

Presidential Candidate, McLean Neighbor Loses. Newt Gingrich was defeated in two Republican primaries Tuesday.

Thursday March 1

McLean Property Values Decline Slightly. Real estate assessment notices arrive this week.

TD Bank Proposes McLean Address. TD plans to open a branch in McLean.

McLean 1910 Closes. Popular, casual downtown restaurant shuts its doors.

Friday March 2

Italian Restauranteur to Open French Restaurant. Assaggi owner to open second downtown McLean restaurant.

Proposal for New Downtown McLean Apartment Building. Latest plan for Elm Street parking lot.

Fairfax Water Proposes Merger with Falls Church. Object: to lower water bills for county customers, many of whom live in McLean.

Handgun Ban Lifted. Govenor signs bill to allow unlimited handgun purchases.

McLean Residents Charged with an Offense. Child pornography charges filed.


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