Planning Commission Roundtable

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On this edition of Planning Commission Roundtable, join Planning Commission Chairman Pete Murphy and his guests, Sandy Stallman and Andrea Dorlester of the Fairfax County Park Authority, as they discuss ongoing park planning that has been designed to meet the needs of increasing urbanization in order to enhance the urban landscape and provide varied leisure activities.  (CC)



Channel 16 Schedule

  • Wednesday at 10:30 p.m.
  • Thursday at 6:30 p.m.

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Planning Commission Roundtable archives.

PC Roundtable show on hoarding May 2014

Transportation Priority Projects: A Six Year Plan (28:00) Aired April 2014

Home Child Care Facilities (27:00) Aired March 2014

Proposed Stormwater Management Projects (27:00) Aired Jan. and Feb. 2014

RSU (Residential Studio Units) (27:00) Aired Nov. and Dec. 2013

Tysons Implementation (27:00) Aired Oct. 2013

Planning Commission 75th Anniversary Show (27:30) Aired August 2013

Merrifield Transformed (28:30) Aired June and July 2013

Update on 495 & 95 Express Lanes (28:30) Aired May 2013

Update on Land Use in Lee District (28:30) Aired April 2013

Ft. Belvoir – Update (27:58) Aired March 2013

Land Use Updates for Braddock, Dranesville & Sully Districts (29:00) Aired Feb. 2013

Tysons Implementation (re: Transportation Funding) (26:30) Aired Jan. 2013



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