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Route 1 Dispatches: Englin Will Not Run Again, Wegmans Construction Begins

A roundup of this week's top headlines from the Route 1 corridor.

From Huntington-Belle Haven Patch

for a petition for permanent flood protection for lower Huntington from the Cameron Run. Residents will present the petitions at the Board of Supervisors hearing on Thursday, April 12.

He will finish out his term, which ends in 2013. Englin told the Alexandria Democratic Committee he will “leave political life to focus on rebuilding what is first and foremost important to me: My marriage and my family.”

From Fort Hunt Patch

Patch caught up with Fort Hunt resident on March 24.

The $43.6 million expansion includes a new medical surgical patient tower and two new general operating rooms and will add more than 65,000 square feet of space.

From Mount Vernon Patch

in a fire on Tuesday morning. The home’s occupants, a husband and wife, were at home when the fire started and able to escape safely. 

Fairfax County officials and developers gathered Monday to at the Hilltop Village Center.

T Ailshire April 07, 2012 at 02:33 PM
Resignation is when one leaves one's position in the face of presumed continued employment. Englin is not resigning, that is, unless he changes his mind and decides not to complete his term as Delegate. What he is doing is, instead, announcing he will not seek a subsequent contract.

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