Then there are the Democrats who move out of Arlington, rent their former Arlington residence, and keep voting in Arlington and keep their kids enrolled in Arlington public schools. How many? Too many !!

[beam]I guess Takis will be moving back to Arlington from Georgetown.

[thumbup] for Bruce and Dave to cover Arlington's News until Scott McCaffrey can be replaced by a real Journalist who's not a Shill for the Status Quo.

Rubber Stamp for Development? Like the Form Based Code for Redeveloping the Pike, aka Revitalization Through Gentrification? Approval of more middle class gentrification provoked such an angry citizen response at the last Arlington Board meeting that the Board had to defer consideration o…

More indication that Arlington's elected officials and wannabes can't say no to any special interest group, no matter what he costs and consequences. It gets worse because so many who serve on the Boards of non-profits are wealthy people and their non-profits don't engage in comprehensive…

Scott forgot to mention that the saddest part of what is mentioned above is Jim and others, who expended many thousand hours attempting to make Arlington a better place to live and work, realized about a decade ago that nothing they said was making any difference in a County controlled by…

[unsure] Anyone who is remotely in touch with Arlington Democratic Party politics who believes Takis Karantonis still lives in a tiny townhouse he owns in Arlington Village obviously still believes in Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny. Try a SFH in Georgetown DC near Georgetown Hospital.

In the event Scott McCaffrey missed it the Arlington County Board heard complaints from residents of three neighborhoods yesterday and on Saturday about the lack of transparency with regard to neighborhood planning and redevelopment. The Green Valley residents who spoke used everything bu…

If you thought the multiple bailouts of the richey riches who own and operate the Signature Theater were a disgrace stay tuned to this one at the June Board meeting - Welfare for the Rockefellers.

It gets worse. The County Board of urbanist infill gentrification is allowing the out-of-state REITs to eliminate essential neighborhood infrastructure, like a neighborhood convenience store, from the ground floor of mixed use redevelopment and re-purpose the amenities into residential un…

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