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Attorney Roy Shannon speaks before City Council members during the public hearing on the waterfront, presenting an appeal to city officials and asking council members to stay the vote.

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Board of Zoning Appeals Overturns Planning Director's Determination on Waterfront Plan

City officials vow to appeal ruling to Circuit Court in dramatic turn of events.

The waterfront plan is dead, at least for now.

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Waterfront Plan Challenged in Court

Five Old Town residents file lawsuit asking court to overturn controversial upzoning.

Five Old Town residents are set to file a lawsuit this week challenging the controversial waterfront small-area plan, which the City Council adopted last week on a party-line five-to-two vote last month.

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Iron Ladies of Old Town Challenge Waterfront Plan

Appeal of protest petition to move forward, either in Circuit Court or Board of Zoning Appeals.

The controversial waterfront small-area plan may have squeaked through City Hall on a five-to-two vote last month, but a final resolution could be months away

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Protesting the Vote

Alexandria officials say City Hall is not open for business during a public hearing.

Is City Hall open for business during a public hearing? Alexandria officials say no, but that could be a matter litigated in the Alexandria Circuit Court.


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