Tuesday, November 30, 2010
You can get a free seasonal influenza vaccine at the Fenwick Building at 800 South Walter Reed Drive, across the driveway from the Columbia Pike Library.
We have free injectable (i.e. flu shot) vaccine available for people 36 months and older from 9 am to 4:30 pm Monday through Friday. We will continue to give free vaccine as long as our supply lasts.
If you are interested, please walk into the lobby and let the receptionist know you are interested.
Please contact me if you have any questions by calling me directly at 703-228-5607.
Senior Public Health Nurse and Arlington Heights Resident
Tuesday, November 23, 2010
APS reminds parents and community members that they can provide their ideas and suggestions for the upcoming budget. The feedback form will be available online until the end of the day on Sun, Nov. 28. To fill out the FY 2012 budget feedback form, visit www.apsva.us/15401081151845893/blank/browse.asp?a=383&BMDRN=2000&BCOB=0&c=66598
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Columbia Pike Transit Public Meetings
7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Monday, November 15, 2010 Thursday, November 18, 2010
Goodwin House, Bailey's Crossroads Walter Reed Community Center
(Auditorium) (Multipurpose Room)
3440 S. Jefferson Street
2909 16th Street South
Falls Church, VA 22041 Arlington, VA 22203
Presentation and Question/Answer Session 7:00 - 7:45 p.m.
Break-Out Discussions on Alignment, Station Stops, Facilities 7:45 - 8:45 p.m.
Reconvene and Recap 8:45 - 9:00 p.m.
The Columbia Pike Transit Initiative project team warmly invites you to attend one of our upcoming public meetings. Both meetings will be identical in format so please come to the one most convenient for you!
Arlington County and Fairfax County are proposing a streetcar line in the Columbia Pike corridor. The two counties have engaged the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (also known as Metro), to prepare a combined Environmental Assessment/Alternatives Analysis and are in coordination with the Federal Transit Administration for Federal environmental procedures and capital funding.
The project, known as the Columbia Pike Transit Initiative, would extend along Columbia Pike (Route 244) from the Bailey's Crossroads/Skyline area in Fairfax County to Pentagon City in Arlington County. Alignment and yard options extend to the Northern Virginia Community College within the City of Alexandria, which is participating in the project.
We want to inform you about the Initiative and receive your input. Please plan on attending one of these important meetings! For more information, visit www.piketransit.com. Spanish translation will be provided at the meetings. For special assistance for persons with disabilities, please call (202) 962-1027, at least 10 days prior to the meetings. Feel free to share this invitation with your family, friends, and neighbors. We sincerely appreciate your participation and look forward to seeing you soon! (para Español, vea el reverso de esta hoja)
600 Fifth Street, NW, Room 6F-16 www.piketransit.com
Washington, DC 20001
Saturday, November 13, 2010
> Washington-Lee Upsets Yorktown in Playoffs
> It's over at last. By virtue of a big upset last night, two long high school football streaks ended, one team's season finished earlier than expected, while a Cinderella now waltzes on to the second round of the playoffs.
> With their 28-7 road triumph over the No. 2 seed and National District champion Yorktown Patriots (9-2) in an all-Arlington Northern Region Division 5 first round playoff showdown, the Washington-Lee Generals (6-5) snapped an agonizing 28-game losing streak against Yorktown.
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Thursday, November 11, 2010
Whether you rake leaves to the curb for vacuum collection or bag them up in biodegradable bags, find out how & when leaves will be collected from your neighborhood. Leaves are recycled into mulch, available for residents. » Get leaf schedule email updates
Rosslyn Station Project Breaks Ground
Slated to bring improvements including a new entrance, high-speed high-volume elevators, safety improvements and increased accessibility, the Rosslyn Metro Station project broke ground last week. The project is expected to take three years to complete.
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Rarities of Nature Right Here in Arlington
Coyotes and salamanders and butterflies – oh my! After a survey of Arlington's natural resources, staff has learned that the County is home to many rare species. Read the recommendations for preserving and managing natural lands & resources.
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