Inside Your Fairfax Extra

Look inside the Home section of the print edition of The Washington Post and find the Fairfax Extra --anywhere newspapers are sold or delivered in the county.

Why, you ask?

Well, today's Extra includes some things for commenters to weigh in on: readers' letters to the editor about the controversial decision by the Fairfax City council to buy an office building in a residential area in Merrifield to locate a daytime shelter for the homeless and a story about the first proposed mixed-use structure for what is envisioned as a transformation of downtown Falls Church.

Each edition of the Extra also has regular features: recent home sales (check out the the $old list of the highest priced homes) and crime reports from your neighborhood, as well as, monthly restaurant reviews, weekly religion notes, volunteer opportunities, health briefs, arts and entertainment features and sports listings and stories, as well as guest opinion columns--if you write them--and much more...

Next week, look for a photographic look at 2006, as well as the weekly features, and Jan. 4 will feature a legislative roundup and the monthly look at what new projects developers have in store.

By Focus on Fairfax |  December 21, 2006; 12:38 PM ET  | Category:  Misc.
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