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Expansion of Queen Street, using the area between 2413 and 2426 Queen Street.
12 four-story, modern-looking town homes leveraging the expansion to Queen Street and two single-family homes facing Pierce Street.
Each town home will have a garage and an extended driveway for parking.
Paths for general plumbing, electrics, etc., are not decided, but could likely extend to Queen Street along with the new road.
|June 5||Forest Hills Board Meeting||Met with builder and Arlington County Representative|
|June 16||Community Meeting ANCC||Builder presented and community discussion||Develop a strategy moving forward |
|June 26 7:00PM||Forest Hills Board for a Special Meeting at the Army Navy Country Club in the Arlington Room||Discuss strategy for upcoming County hearings |
|June 28, 7:00PM||Transportation Commission hearing and vote||To consider the Amendment to the Master Transportation Plan to Extend a Public Road across FHCA property between 2413 and 2426 S. Queen Street. Location: 2100 Clarendon Blvd, Room 307 County Board Room|
|July 2, 7:00PM||Planning Commission hearing and vote||To consider the Amendment to the Master Transportation Plan to Extend a Public Road across FHCA property between 2413 and 2426 S. Queen Street. Location: 2100 Clarendon Blvd, 3rd Floor County Board Room|
|July 14 ||County Board hearing and vote||To consider the Amendment to the Master Transportation Plan to Extend a Public Road across FHCA property between 2413 and 2426 S. Queen Street. This is the final step before the amendment to the MTP is officially adopted. Location: 2100 Clarendon Blvd, 3rd Floor County Board Room|
September 26, 2013
| Forest Hills Entrance Monument Brief|
| September 26, 2013|| Entrance Diagram|
| September 26, 2013|| Town Hall Event Talking Points (Original)|
| September 26, 2013|| Community Plot|
| October 27, 2013|| Town Hall Meeting on Entryway October 27 Summary|
| November 13, 2014|| Entrance Monument and Berm Reserve Committee Meeting Minutes 10-13-2014|
| March 18, 2015|| Town Hall Mtng 3-2015|
| March 18, 2015|| Suggested Plant List for FHs|
| May 2015|| FHs Community Survey Results|
|October 11, 2015 || Reserve Committee Meeting|
|ArlNow News Article |
Ritch Viola, Arlington County Planning Bureau
|Community Survey Results 6-26-18||Meeting Notes|
|Builder Proposal Flyer||Arlington County Request to Advertise (road addition)||June 16 FH Town Hall Meeting Summary|
|Forest Hills Plot Extended to Hill USGS MAP||Aug 30 Dev Cmt Update to FHCA||Development Committee Meeting Notes County Meeting 6-29-18|
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|Home HVAC Humidifiers||Maintenance and Adjustment|
|Garage Door Replacement||Is it worth it?|
|Central Vacuum System - Nutone Nutone Owner's Manual||Maintenance and Repair|
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Arlington County Information and Hearing Schedule:
Arlington County maintains a right of way for a street between 2413 and 2426 Queen Street. Note: The developer could potentially leverage Pierce Street or 24th Street, but asked the County to exercise the Queen Street right of way.
The project requires amending Arlington’s Master Transportation Plan’s Street Map and re-zoning the land behind Queen Street.
This project is at its initial steps with the County and there are three important hearings, which will be advertised in local newspapers after June 16. These include:
Note: This may be listed on the agenda as “Club Manor Estates”.
The Transportation and Planning Commissions will make recommendations to the County Board, who will hold a vote on whether to approve the MTP amendment.
Steps Taken by the Forest Hills Board:
Captured information from the County and developer in our June 5 meeting.
Developed a survey to distribute after the meeting Saturday June 16, to capture neighborhood feedback.
Organized a temporary Queen Street Development Working Group. To participate, please contact Andy Hoffman at Andrea@girl73.com.
Asked our legal counsel to review this proposed project and determine our options.
Next Steps by the Forest Hills Board:
How You Can Help:
Participate in the working group.
Attend the developer information session this Saturday at 10AM at Army Navy Country Club and ask questions.
Complete the survey from the Board (to be distributed next week).
Be on the lookout for the upcoming Arlington County hearing dates/locations and make sure to attend those meetings so your voice can be heard.
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