Neighbor will be pitted against neighbor at the Arlington Zoning Committee (“ZOCO”) hearing tomorrow night. The issue: parking recreational vehicles in the county.
Currently, the county’s RV parking policy is too stringent for some, who want to be able to legally park large RVs in their driveway, and doesn’t go far enough for others, who see RVs as an ugly, property-value-reducing blight on Arlington’s residential communities.
The two opposing arguments are laid out in excruciating detail in this county document.
The ZOCO hearing is scheduled from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. tomorrow (Tuesday) night at the Navy League Building (2300 Wilson Blvd).
Find the ultimate urban farmhouse in this week’s Just Listed. The 4 BD/2 BA house built in 1909 sits on a quarter-acre lot and features a finished attic and a basement.
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