Missing Middle Debate at Board Meeting — “More than 150 residents spoke Saturday at an Arlington County Board meeting on the Missing Middle housing zoning proposal… Several hours later, after hearing comments from the long list of speakers, Arlington County Board Chair Christian Dorsey announced that further consideration of the proposal would be held Tuesday night.” [Patch, WJLA]
More on Missing Middle — “Will missing middle housing units be affordable? It depends on what you mean by ‘affordable.’ When housing policy experts refer to ‘affordable housing’ or ‘committed affordable housing,’ they usually mean housing units that have received some kind of government subsidy in the development process to keep prices down… Missing middle units, in contrast, would be market-rate.” [DCist]
Arlington’s Traffic ‘Miracle’ — ‘The ‘Arlington Miracle’ is stunning: Traffic counts in Arlington, VA fell to 1980s levels, after peaking in 2000, as the city added walkable neighborhood retail shops + tens of thousands of residents in Orange Line skyscrapers” [Twitter]
Intersection Improvements Imminent — “Arlington County Board members on Jan. 21 are expected to approve a contract worth just over $900,000 to provide improved signalization and streetscape upgrades at the intersection of Washington Boulevard and North Sycamore Street” in East Falls Church. [Sun Gazette]
Amazon Expanding Va. Investments — “Governor Glenn Youngkin today announced that Amazon Web Services (AWS), an Amazon.com, Inc. company, plans to invest $35 billion by 2040 to establish multiple data center campuses across Virginia. Numerous localities in the Commonwealth are under consideration and will be decided at a later date.” [Press Release]
It’s Monday — Light rain in the morning, then breezy later. High of 46 and low of 38. Sunrise at 7:23 am and sunset at 5:20 pm. [Weather.gov]
Good Friday evening, Arlington. Let’s take a look back at today’s stories and a look forward to tomorrow’s event calendar. 🕗 News recap The following articles were published earlier today…
Spend the first Sunday of March tasting a great wine selection at Arrowine’s Super Sunday Tasting!
Workers lowered signage today (Friday) from the now-former Giant supermarket in the Lyon Village Shopping Center. Several passersby watched with interest as the team unscrewed the letters G-I-A-N-T from the…
New properties just listed in Arlington include a 3 BD/3 BA home with an expanded kitchen, fireplace and two lower levels.
March General Membership Meeting
NAACP Arlington Branch is celebrating Women’s History Month with a virtual public safety and Virginia legislative update. Our speakers are Commonwealth’s Attorney Parisa Dehghani-Tafti and Delegate Adele McClure.
Virginia House of Delegates, 2nd District in Arlington
Early Years Preschool is a small non-profit preschool and parents day out program that has served local families since 1992. Early Years Preschool is located in the Cherrydale neighborhood at 3701 Lorcom Lane.
Early Years Preschool offers part-time programs for young children between 12 months – 5 years old. Early Years also offers a 6 week summer program! The school day is 9:30-2:30, with the option of morning extended day offered at 9am. Families have the flexibility of registering for 1-3 days/week in their parent’s day out program (12 months- 2 year olds) and 2-5 days/week for their preschool program (3-5 year olds).
Early Years’ teachers provide a nurturing environment that promotes the development of a child’s emotional, social, cognitive, and physical skills. Creative and stimulating theme-based activities allow each child to develop and learn at his or her own pace through exploration and play.
Learn more about Early Years Preschool by contacting the admissions team at [email protected] or by visiting their website at http://www.earlyyearspreschool.org
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