The Azalea Park Steering Committee announced yesterday plans to solicit feedback from the Greater Hillwood community on a range of potential improvements to Azalea Park previously approved by the Fairfax County Park Authority. The survey, which will run from May 12 through May 25, represents the latest step in the committee's efforts to develop a plan to revitalize the park relying on funds proffered to the community by the Bozzuto Group real estate development and construction company.
The National Capital Region Transportation Planning Board at the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments wants to hear from you. The TPB is looking for input on seven regional initiatives for its Visualize 2045 long-range transportation plan. Citizen input will help elected leaders and regional planners to better understand public attitudes and opinions.
The JEB Stuart athletic boosters would greatly appreciate your old iPad! When running concession stands or putting on fundraisers, We gladly accept credit cards at our concession stands; however we no longer have functioning E-Tablets to take credit cards. You can help! If you have an old, unused iPad or electronic tablet in your house, please contact us at email@example.com. The boosters are a non-profit, so your iPad donation is tax deductible! As always, the athletic boosters Thanks you for supporting our student athletes!
The Greater Hillwood Citizens Association (GHCA) leadership announced today members of the Azalea Park Steering Committee. The committee is charged with developing a plan to revitalize Azalea Park relying on funds proffered to the community by the Bozzuto Group real estate development and construction company. A final plan will be brought before the GHCA membership for a vote at its next meeting.
The committee, consisting of 12 voting members, was chosen to represent a broad cross-section of the Greater Hillwood community. The group will be led by co-chairs Julie Guzzo and Emily Jenkins. All members of the Steering Committee are listed below.
A public information meeting to discuss planned improvements to the one-way bridge linking the eastbound Route 50 (Arlington Boulevard) service road to eastbound Wilson Boulevard in Seven Corners will be held Tuesday, April 3 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in the cafeteria at Sleepy Hollow Elementary School. A presentation will begin at 7 p.m.
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