Community Dialog on Transportation and Land Use


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Jan. 17, 2003

 

Braddock District to Host Community Dialog on
Transportation and Land Use

 

Braddock District Supervisor Sharon Bulova is hosting a series of community discussions to examine the issues of transportation and land use. In response to the defeat of the Regional Sales Tax Referendum, Bulova would like to work with her constituents to explore alternative strategies for addressing our region's traffic congestion.

Held in Braddock Hall (adjacent to the Kings Park Library), 9002 Burke Lake Road, Burke, the Community Dialog series will run from Jan. 22 through May 14 with meetings every other Wednesday from 7-9 p.m. (with the exception of the April 15 meeting, which will be on a Tuesday).

Recommendations resulting from the Community Dialog will be the subject of Supervisor Bulova's Spring Braddock District Town Meeting to be held Wednesday, June 25.

Each Community Dialog session will begin with a panel discussion, followed by audience discussion. Topics will include: transportation planning and funding, the County's Comprehensive Plan for transportation and development, the parameters within which we operate in the Commonwealth of Virginia, and political dynamics. Panelists throughout the series will include state, county and private sector speakers, including WTOP's (Sprawl & Crawl) Steve Eldridge. The proposed schedule of topics to be discussed at each meeting follows.

 

Jan. 5Orientation/Organization
Feb. 5 The Parameters Within Which We Operate
Feb. 19 Planning for Land Use and Transportation
March 5 Funding for Transportation
March 19Political Dynamics
April 2 Next Steps
April 15Community Dialog Task Force Meets Independently
April 30Discussion Groups Report to Full Task Force and Supervisor Bulova
May 14Adoption/Acceptance of Community Dialog Recommendations



For more information about the series, call the Braddock District office at 703-425-9300, TTY 703-978-7973.

 

 


 

 

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