The Arlington County Board today voted to ”not approve at this time” the Arlington Public School’s request to build a new school on the Thomas Jefferson site.
The County Board set aside the July 2014 Draft Public Land Site Evaluation Guidelines, saying the newly launched Community Facilities Study will provide a broader public process to discuss public facility needs.
The County Board today accepted two grants, totaling $600,000, to design and build safe routes to school projects (around Ashlawn, Discovery, Williamsburg schools) and improve accessibility in the Rosslyn-Ballston corridor.
The County is introducing online business registration and one-stop check, debit or credit card payments for building permits.
Yorktown senior Tommy Casey won the County’s 2015-16 decal design competition.
The County Board today voted to approve redevelopment of 400 Army Navy Dr., replacing a 1967 office building with a 20-story residential building with two towers and 453 units.
The Arlington County Board today adopted Revenue Sharing Principles for Public Education designed to meet the needs of Arlington Public Schools (APS) as school enrollment continues to climb.
The County Board approved two infrastructure improvement contracts: one to continue making major safety improvements along Old Dominion Drive, and a second to renovate outdoor facilities at the Gunston Community Center.
Local entrepreneur Alami Abderrahim plans to open Root Cafe this fall, offering a globally inspired menu of fresh, healthy foods using locally sourced ingredients, gourmet coffee and other beverages.
The County Board and the School Board adopted a charge and appointed 20 committee members for the Community Facilities Study, a long-range, collaborative planning effort that will build a consensus framework regarding our community’s future funding and facility needs.