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Getting Out, Giving Back in Alexandria

Opportunities abound to help community

As Alexandrians continue facing challenging times during the pandemic, individuals have rallied in their spirit of giving, whether it be in time, talents or resources with no shortage of opportunities to get involved.

Montgomery County News in Numbers

2.5 Miles of suggested pedestrian and bicycle safety improvements along MacArthur Boulevard from Old Angler’s Inn to Eggert Drive were presented to the Montgomery County Planning Board on Thursday, Sept. 17.

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Be Smart: Press Pause

Informal tally: 54 comments oppose 495/270 expansion and toll lanes; nine support. Final day of public hearings scheduled for Sept. 10.

Seth Glinski works in construction and development. An uncertain future because of the 2020 pandemic, he said, is actually cause for “feeling lucky” when it comes to the possible widening of the Capital Beltway and I-270 and the American Legion Bridge.

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Trailer in Potomac Library Parking Lot So You Can Get Involved

Montgomery County Executive Elrich Requests Additional Time for Residents to Respond to Draft Environmental Impact Statement for Toll Lanes Study for I-495 and I-270

Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich, in a letter to Maryland Department of Transportation Secretary Greg Slater, said that the community needs more time to review and respond to the complex and lengthy Draft Environmental Impact Study (DEIS) for the proposed managed lanes project for I-495 and I-270.

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Trailer in Potomac Library Parking Lot So You Can Get Involved

Montgomery County Executive Elrich Requests additional time for residents to respond to Draft Environmental Impact Statement for Toll Lanes Study for I-495 and I-270.

Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich, in a letter to Maryland Department of Transportation Secretary Greg Slater, said that the community needs more time to review and respond to the complex and lengthy Draft Environmental Impact Study (DEIS) for the proposed managed lanes project for I-495 and I-270.

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Look Below the Impervious Surface

The public has 90 days to respond to a proposed $11 billion project that would impact 48 miles of the Beltway, the American Legion Bridge, and land and water below for generations to come.

The risk is $11 billion and contamination of waterways and parkland for generations to come.

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Trying to Slow Fast Tracking the Toll Lanes

How will Potomac environment, houses and land be impacted?

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Opinion: Commentary: Evolution of American Democracy

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Week in Springfield: Fatal Crash

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Detectives Seek Public's Help

Info sought in December 2018 fatal pedestrian crash of Reston South Lakes HS teen.

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Getting Out, Giving Back in Alexandria

Dining out or volunteering, opportunities abound to help the community.

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Rolling Thunder

Record crowds gather for 32nd and final rally.

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Raising Funds for Prince William Delegate

Arlington women support Haya Ayala’s pro-ERA, pro-health care stance.

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Widen 495 and 270? What about Tolls?

State moves ahead with proposals for extra lanes on Beltway and 270, presents options at citizen meetings.

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Highlighting Virginia’s Early History

Wakefield High School teacher honored.

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WMCCA: Fulfilling the Potomac Master Plan

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