Best of the Reston Blogs

Some of the highlights from Reston Patch's local voices last week.

In case you missed some of the Reston Patch blogs last week, here is a selection of the Best of the Blogs.

Meet longtime Restonian Stuart Rakoff. Less than six months ago, Rakoff was diagnosed with ALS- Lou Gehrig's Disease. He uses unusual candor to blog about some of the highs and lows since being diagnosed. He will be checking in often, but read his first post here.

Reston resident John Farrell writes about the secrecy of the Reston Association Board of Directors, and how transparency is made even more garbled with poor video and sound quality for those who tune into the board meeting on local cable access. Do you agree? Read about it here.

It's going to be an early spring for the Northern Virginia real estate market. Read about the market in this blog from Coldwell Banker President Paul Valentino.

What is garlic mustard and why has Reston Association declared war on it? Gardening blogger Molly O'Boyle explains it to you here.


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