Buckingham Community Civic Association
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Announcement of Monday, September 19, 2022 meeting of the Buckingham Community Civic Association
The Buckingham Community Civic Association (BCCA) will hold its next virtual membership meeting via Google Meet on Monday, September 19, 2022, beginning at 7:30 p.m.You can join the meeting using this link here: https://meet.google.com/ker-deda-sdm The meeting will feature a presentation and discussion by Dave Schutz of the Arlington County Civic Federation on the Federation’s draft Task Force in Governance and Election…Keep reading
The Future of Trees and Nature in Arlington
Arlington policies, priorities and resources are guided by plans. This new Forestry and Natural Resources Plan focuses on the conservation and management of trees, local nature and natural ecosystems. Learn what is in the draft plan, and help set priorities to ensure robust management of our natural assets.Now is the time to engage in the future of our local environment!…Keep reading
Should Arlington Change its Government Structure?
On Wednesday, September 14, from 7:00 to 8:15 p.m, the Arlington Committee of 100 will host a virtual presentation and discussion about potential changes to Arlington County’s government structure.The basic structure of the five-member Arlington County Board and School Board, all elected at-large, has gone largely unchanged since their inception in 1930, when Arlington’s population hovered at 35,000 people. As…Keep reading
Participate in the Missing Middle Housing Study
The Arlington County government announced new public engagement opportunities to discuss on the “Missing Middle Housing (MMHS)” study, where we as citizens explore how new housing types could address Arlington’s shortfall in housing supply. In 2020, the County began the study and after two years of works, the MMHS has reached its 3rd phase and is asking for your contribution.…Keep reading
Arlington’s Forestry and Natural Resources Plan open for public feedback
The Arlington County government has released its draft Forestry and Natural Resources Plan. The draft Plan will be open for public feedback and comments until Monday, October 3, 2022. This is the first draft of the plan. The Planning Commission and County Board will hold public hearings to consider the final version of the Plan at a later date. If…Keep reading
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