We will have a police report from the Arlington County police followed by a discussion of the real estate market in Lyon Village.
We will have a police report from the Arlington County police followed by a presentation on the development of the Red Top Cab properties, including the design the developer plans to include in its site plan application to the county.
Don't miss this year's Spaghetti Dinner at the Lyon Village Community House! Come for camaraderie, fun, and food: delicious spaghetti (meat sauce or marinara), salad, bread and baked goods.
- 4:45: doors open for first seating—beverage and auction tables open, dinner served at 5:00
- 7:00: doors open for second seating—beverage and auction tables open, dinner served at 7:15.
Tickets available at the door: adults $10, children 2–10 years $5. continue reading »
The 3rd Annual Lyon Village Yard Sale will be held on Saturday, September 27th, 9 am - 1 pm, with a rain date scheduled for October 4th. Please signup at http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f044da9ac23a75-lyon if you would like to participate.
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Our first LV General Meeting of the 2014–2015 year is scheduled for September 8. At 7 p.m., we will have a presentation on the redevelopment of the Red Top Cab properties. At 8 p.m., we will welcome our new District 2 Police Captain, Capt. Kamran Afzal, as well as our new District 2 liaison officer, Officer Christina Hawkins, who will provide a Police report. We will also have a presentation from Arlington Thrive.
If you missed the May 12 LV General Meeting or would like to review the slides presented by Tom Hutchings, Capital Projects Manager, Arlington County Division of Transportation, in more detail, here they are: Clarendon Area Capital Projects Update 5-13-14.pdf
Capital BikeShare is proposing a 15-dock (42' long) station on the southwest corner of the Lee Hwy / N. Highland St. Intersection.
Arlington Neighborhood Villages (ANV) is a non-profit organization dedicated to enabling older residents of Arlington to continue living in their own homes and communities as they age. ANV is part of a nationwide village network that helps its members retain their independence safely and with an enhanced quality of life.
On Monday, April 7th, ANV opened locally to serve the age 55 and older residents of Arlington County, Virginia. County residents now have an exciting new resource to turn to when they want to remain in their homes as they age. continue reading »
For those of you who missed the March 10 meeting on Aging in Place and Long-Term Care Residences here are links to the information: