Petitions in Opposition to NFATC Adjacent Path

On January 2, 2018, neighbor Sara Uzel provided an Adjacent Homeowners Petition  Opposing a 3rd to Quincy Street path with signatures from all residential properties that share a property line with the SE Area corner of the NFATC site.

Additionally, a Petition and Map Opposing an alternative 3rd to 6th Street path were submitted (December 2017).

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Alcova Heights NFATC Committee Update

On May 1, 2017, the NFATC Committee provided a Committee Update.

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NFATC Alcova Heights Committee Formed

Pursuant to a meeting of the Alcova Heights Citizens’ Association, following notification of changes to the National Foreign Affairs Training Center, a committee was formed. This is the Committee Formation Update (April 8, 2017).

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July newsletter available

It’s being delivered this week as the weather permits, but you can read it here.

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Gilliam Place briefing by APAH

Last night’s meeting saw a briefing by the Arlington Partnership for Affordable Housing, which is replacing the Arlington Presbyterian Church with Gilliam Place apartments. See http://apah.org/ for info on them and they also provided a copy of their briefing for neighbors who couldn’t make the meeting. Gilliam Place briefing, 5/18/2017

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AH April newsletter available

It’s being delivered this week, but you can read it at here.

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National Capital Planning Commission document on NFATC’s expansion plans

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