Bought a used car in the past year or so? Or planning to? AAA is reaching out to residents in Virginia and down the coast to beware of vehicles that were flood-damaged in Hurricane Sandy that are starting to pop up for sale. Officials say sellers are “title-scrubbing” the vehicles, making it difficult for buyers to snuff them out. AAA offers warnings and tips for customers – read our full story here on Patch.
Have you checked out Fairfax City Patch’s Buy/Sell/Trade board yet? Locals are posting about items they’re seeking and selling. Recently, people have posted blurbs about a table for sale, an elliptical for sale, violins for sale and more. You can easily add photos to your post as well. Check it out here on Fairfax City Patch.
Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell has announced his statewide tour, “This Commonwealth of Opportunity,” recently – and the tour will bring him into the neighborhood this Thursday morning for a talk at George Mason University’s Mason Hall, all about higher education policy reform. GMU is one of several public universities in Virginia that recently announced it will be raising tuition and fees in the fall, and discussions about rising student loan interest rates are still taking place in Washington. Patch will be there for the event Thursday. Tell us in the comments – what would you ask Gov. McDonnell on this subject?
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