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Arlington Presbyterian Church Historical Designation form

The Arlington Presbyterian Church Historical Designation form, prepared by the Arlington Department of Community, Planning, Housing, and Development, Neighborhood Services Division, Historic Preservation, is available below. Arlington Presbyterian Church Historical Designation Form – January 2014

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Letter from AHCA to Arlington County Board of Supervisors re Arlington Presbyterian Church Project

On December 12, 2013, the AHCA sent a letter to the Arlington County Board of Supervisors regarding the proposed redevelopment of the Presbyterian Church. Read the letter here

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Columbia Pike Form Based Code Public Open house

Arlington County staff will host a Public Open House on Thursday, October 17, 2013 from 7-9pm at the Walter Reed Community Center. More information here.

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Election of AHCA Officers and Delegates

At the next meeting of the Alcova Heights Citizens’ Association on November 21, 2013, we will hold elections to select two delegates. Please click here to submit nominations. Current Officers and Delegates are listed here.

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Minutes of the September 19, 2013 meeting of the Alcova Heights Citizens Association now available

Follow the link below to read the minutes of the September 19, 2013 Alcova Heights Citizens Association meeting. Full post here

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Information on Potential Redevelopment of Arlington Presbyterian Church

On Thursday, September 18, 2013, the Citizens’ Association will host representatives from Arlington Presbyterian Church (APC) and development group exploring the redevelopment of Church site bordering Columbia Pike, Lincoln Street, and 9th Street. As information becomes available, we will post … Continue reading

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Information on Establishment of Residential Permit Parking Zones in Alcova Heights

Establishment of Residential Permit Parking Zones Establishing “zoned” parking on a street in Arlington County is governed by  a local ordinance. The County requires that 60 percent of the residents request the program and there must be a “measurable indication of overspill from outside the zone”. Block residents … Continue reading

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