The Board of Architectural Review (BAR) - Old and Historic District will hold their regular monthly meeting where items of interest include request for signage for a new restaurant - Blackwall Hitch.
The Planning Commission will hold their regular monthly meeting where items of interest include consideration of a Special Use Permits (SUP) for Dolci Gelati; Public hearing and consideration of the Potomac Yard Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) to designate the location for a potential Metrorail station within Potomac Yard; Public hearing and consideration of a request for an amendment to the Carlyle Special Use Permit related to the construction of Carlyle Block P and Public hearing and consideration of a request for an extension to the date of expiration for the DSUP for Mount Vernon Village Center.
City Council will hold a Special Meeting for Budget Adoption.
The City Council will hold their last work session on the City Manager's budget recommendations- finalizing their Add/Delete recommendations.
The Board of Architectural Review (BAR) - Old and Historic District will hold a special meeting to review the Draft EIS for the proposed Potomac Yard Metro station.
The 13th Oakville Triangle and Route 1 Corridor Advisory Group meeting will take place this week. The meeting objective is to learn about and provide feedback on the Transportation Study and begin discussion of potential Community Benefits.
The Old Town Area Parking Study Work Group (OTAPS) will hold its fourth meeting to continue reviewing and making recommendations on parking management in the Old Town area. This month's meeting agenda includes a recap of the third meeting, recap of City Council discussion on parking related to recent Robinson Terminal South development project, and overview of Residential Parking Policies.
City Council will hold their regular legislative meeting where items of interest include Consideration of the FY 2016 Preliminary Budget Add-Delete List, a presentation on Municipal Broadband and Discussion of the Draft Long Range Educational Facilities Plan.
The Eisenhower West Steering Committee, a City Manager appointed 12 member group of the community, was organized to provide guidance on the Eisenhower West Small Area Plan process, specifically focusing on the civic engagement process, agenda setting, outreach and communications, and some technical content elements, such as the project scope as well as development scenarios for consideration in the Eisenhower West transportation study. The group will hold its eleventh meeting where they will receive a Norfolk Southern Update and discuss Open Space, Parks and Recreation issues.