City Council will hold their regularly scheduled public hearing where items of interest include consideration of a Special Use Permit (SUP) for Team Red, White & Blue to operate a private club that provides social opportunities for army veterans on Eisenhower Avenue and a Development SUP for Carpenter's Shelter to construct a multi-family residential building and homeless shelter.
The Parks & Recreation Commission will hold a special meeting where items of interest include a discussion about the Planning Process for Cameron Run Regional Park.
NAIOP Northern Virginia will hold their annual meeting featuring Todd Stottlemyer, CEO, Inova Center for Personalized Health, who will present on his role at Inova, the impact the ICPH Campus will have on the Merrifield area, and the future drivers of business growth in Northern Virginia. Ticket purchase required.
The Old Town North Small Area Plan Advisory Group will hold their regularly scheduled meeting where discussion will focus on draft chapters of the Plan document available for community input. Currently, the community is invited to review and comment on the first five draft chapters of the Plan. Drafts are posted on the project webpage
The Carlyle Pop-Up Cafe continues with Wake Up Wednesdays. Every Wednesday, Sugar Shack will sell coffee and treats at the Carlyle entrance to the King Street Metro Station tunnel.
City Council will hold their regularly scheduled legislative meeting where items of interest include consideration of the following: Grant Application to the Virginia Outdoors Foundation For a Grant in the Amount of $350,000, to Acquire the Murray-Dick-Fawcett House Located at 517 Prince Street, Grant Application for $125,489 to the Institute of Museum and Library Services to Support the Conservation of the Recently Excavated 18th Century Ship, Resolution Authorizing the Issuance of Refunding Bonds by the Industrial Development Authority of the City of Alexandria for National Industries for the Blind and a Worksession with the Alexandria City Public Schools in Regard to their Proposed Purchase of 1701 Beauregard for a New West End Elementary School.
The Alexandria Economic Development Partnership will hold their regularly scheduled Board of Directors meeting.
The Waterfront Commission will hold their regularly scheduled meeting where items of interest include a Flood Mitigation Update, and an update on bicycle lanes on Cameron & Prince Streets.
The West End Business Association will hold their Annual Membership Meeting. The event will review 2016 activities, elect the 2017 Board, review the 2016-2016 calendar, and allow time to network with fellow businesses. Registration Required.
The Alexandria/Arlington Regional Workforce Council,formerly known as the WIB, will hold their regular meeting this Thursday. The Council's mission is to advance workforce development programs and initiatives that achieve sustainable economic growth in Alexandria City and Arlington County.