Monthly Archives: June 2012

Lansdowne wins!

A federal judge in Alexandria today upheld Lansdowne on the Potomac’s legal challenge to Open Band as the sole provider of cable television programming in the 2,155-residence community. The HOA’s attorneys argued that the arrangement violates the Federal Communications Commission’s … Continue reading

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Who moved their cheese?

The National Conference Center in Lansdowne might have the largest ballroom on this side of the Potomac, other than the Ritz Carlton in Arlington, but since the recession, that amenity reportedly has not enticed new customers to overnight at its … Continue reading

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When the fix is worse than the crime

Before you buy into some lame explanation about why the Board of Supervisors fired the Loudoun County tax assessor, please read this quote from Woodward and Bernstein’s Watergate redux story in today’s Washinton Post opinion page. Then substitute the name … Continue reading

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Open Band Kicked to Curb

One of Leisure World’s five residential buildings has dropped Open Band video services effective on June 30. A new contract with Comcast will reduce the average cable bill for Potomac Ridge residents from about $36 to $26 a month, a … Continue reading

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