Imagine our surprise when we got a second visit by uniformed federal agents at Restonian World Headquarters in less than a week, this time delivering a postcard-sized mass mailing urging us to vote against RA's proposed purchase of the Tetra property at Lake Newport.
The mailing, paid for by a mysterious organization calling itself "Restonians to Stop Tetra Purchase," points to a "web log" detailing more information about their opposition to the proposal, and including links to other anti-referendum commentary by our BFFs at Reston 2020 and others.
An anonymous blog critical of something involved with Reston? The nerve!
Here's the flip side of the postcard (and please to be noting the appropriately, and tastefully, stained desk we use to review all correspondence at Restonian World Headquarters):
What's surprising is that, as was the case in recent RA elections, folks are actually spending real money on the outcome of an RA-related vote. If critics of the purchase are right (and they probably are), the property owners stand to make a bundle if the referendum passes. Who stands to gain if people vote no?