The Old Town Business and Professional Association will hold their regularly scheduled board meeting.
City Council will hold their first Legislative Meeting of October where items of interest include consideration of the Monthly Financial Report for the Period Ending August 31, 2016, consideration of a Request to Authorize the City Manager to Execute All Necessary Documents That May Be Required to Acquire the Potomac Yard Rail Corridor Property and a Work Session on the Old Town North Small Area Plan.
The Planning Commission will hold their regularly scheduled meeting where items of interest include expansion of The Happy Tart Bakery at 2307A Mt. Vernon Avenue, two separate requests to allow flexibility for office or retail use on the ground floor of the 2318 Mill Road office building and the 2461 Eisenhower Avenue office building, as well as an update on the Old Town North Small Area Plan planning process.
The Alexandria Small Business Development Center will hold a workshop, "What Every Small Business Can Learn From the Franchises", presented by Heather Rosen and Faizun Kamal of FranNet of Virginia. Registration Required.
The Alexandria Small Business Development Center will hold a workshop, "Retail Hiring: Up Your Hiring Skills for Business Success", presented by Patricia Frame of Strategies for Human Resources.
The Old Town North Small Area Plan Advisory Group will hold a community meeting with and update and public comment on the Proposed Royal Street Bikeway, a debrief on the June 2016 Charette and brief updates on related OTN studies.
Capitol Post will host Bunker Brews: celebrate the beginning of fall and join us for Bunker Brews presented by KiwiTech. Enjoy some bites & booze with our friends, members, and local companies and startups. RSVP Requested.
Capitol Post will continue their Summer Accelerator Series with a session from Joshua Holley, "How to Manage Your Cash Flow". Registration Required.
The Alexandria Economic Development Partnership will hold their regularly scheduled Board of Directors Meeting.
City Council will hold their regularly scheduled legislative meeting where items of interest include consideration of a Resolution to Initiate the First Five-Year Extended Term of the Comcast Cable Television Franchise Agreement followed by consideration of a Proposal to Secure an Additional Cable Television Franchise or Broadband Internet Franchise and authorization to begin the process for eventual Disposition of City-Owned Real Estate at 912, 916, 920 King Street, 116 North Henry Street and 120, 122 and 122 1/2 North Patrick Street.