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Tuesday Morning Notes

Here are the latest stories about the Tysons area that the Tysons Reporter team has been reading:

Library Displays History of St. John’s Episcopal Church — “Throughout the month of February, a display at Dolley Madison Library in McLean is featuring St. John’s Episcopal Church. The display illustrates the church’s history and close relationship with the community of McLean and presents a newly published book recounting the church’s first 150 years.” [Patch]

Falls Church Facing Cardboard Congestion — “A cardboard pile up at the Gordon Road recycling center has more to do with the excesses of the holiday season than negligence on the part of City of Falls Church residents. The City will also soon test out moving glass recyclables from the curb to a central location as it joins the regional effort to dispose of the waste in a more effective manner.” [Falls Church News-Press]

Pedestrian Gets Foot Run Over — “A pedestrian was walking westbound on the sidewalk in front of the entrance of a parking lot at 431 Maple Ave., W., on Feb. 1 at 5:50 p.m. when a vehicle approached the entrance and the driver motioned for the pedestrian to walk across, police said.” [Inside NoVA]

Have a great Tuesday and look out for Morning Notes again on Friday.

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