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January 2018 newsletter is out

Click to read it – Alcova newsletter January 2018

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Alcova Heights’ January 2017 newsletter

Click here to read the new issue. AHCA November 2016 Election and Meeting Recap County Will Not Consider APC Lot for a Park Pet of the Month: Keynes School News ABOVE AND BEYOND: Neighbors Who Deliver the Newsletter to You … Continue reading

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October 2016 newsletter

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November 2014 Newsletter

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September 2014 Newsletter

The September 2014 Alcova Heights newsletter: Block Party photos Schools update Traffic report and more…. Read the newsletter.

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February 2014 AHCA Newsletter Ready to Read

Articles this month include an update on the Arlington Presbyterian Church redevelopment project; a traffic committee update; snow photos; announcements and more.  Have a look:  

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June 2013 Newsletter Posted

The June 2013 neighborhood newsletter is now live.  In this issue, Sara’s column, a thank you to the newsletter deliverers, great gardening advice from Janet Draper, announcements and milestones, and more.  Read the newsletter. (NOTE: Due to logistical difficulties, the … Continue reading

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April 2013 Newsletter Posted

The April 2013 newsletter is now live. In this issue: A column from Association President Sara Uzel about volunteer opportunities; a profile on neighbor Mary Ann Orecchio; advice on tree mulching, and more. Have a look:

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Night Roadwork on Columbia Pike (Veitch to Walter Reed): March 25-28

Television inspections of the sanitary sewer along Columbia Pike from S Veitch St to Walter Reed Dr indicate that the sewer must be rehabilitated. The technology used will prevent the need for extensive and disruptive excavations. The county has contracted … Continue reading

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Minutes of the February 21, 2013 meeting of the Alcova Heights Civic Association now avaiable

Follow the link below to read a summary of the information provided by the Columbia Pike Revitalization Organization (CRPO) and updates on a range of other topics affecting our neighborhood. Full post here

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