Morning Notes

Program to Control Deer Population in Fairfax County Begins — “Hunters who qualify and undergo training can now take part in the deer archery program in Fairfax County, Virginia, through February 18. The program began in 2010 as a part of the county’s deer management program to reduce and stabilize the white-tailed deer population.” [WTOP]

Temporary Traffic Signals Installed along Hunter Mill Road — Temporary traffic signals on Hunter Mill Road will be activated north and south of Colvin Run around noon tomorrow (Wednesday) as part of the Colvin Run bridge project. [Virginia Department of Transportation]

Duties Fall to Councilmember in Vienna — Town Council elections have been moved to November of next year, which means that Councilmember Ed Womers will remain mayor pro temper until a new council is seated. [Town of Vienna]

Reston Library Event to Explore Population Changes — Speaker Jeff Jordan, president and CEO of Population Reference Bureau, will visit Reston Regional Library from 2-4 p.m. for a roundtable discussion on how changing demographics affect decision-making. [Fairfax County Government]

It’s Tuesday — Partly cloudy throughout the day. High of 78 and low of 67. Sunrise at 6:50 am and sunset at 7:22 pm. [Weather.gov]

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