Ceremony to Name Pedestrian Bridge After Alec T. Monroe on Saturday, Oct. 11
Oct. 3, 2008
- Recently completed pedestrian bridge will be named after former Little Rocky Run Homeowners Association President Alec T. Monroe.
- Bridge is located on Compton Road, just past the Upper Occoquan Service Authority's pumping station, 14100 Compton Road, Clifton.
On Saturday, Oct. 11, at 1 p.m., the public is invited to a ceremony to name a new pedestrian bridge in Clifton after Alec T. Monroe. The bridge is located just past the entrance of the Upper Occoquan Service Authority’s pumping station, 14100 Compton Road, Clifton.
Springfield District Supervisor Pat Herrity will make remarks honoring Monroe, and he will be joined by members of the Little Rocky Run Homeowners Association.
Monroe, who was often referred to as “the mayor” of Little Rocky Run, served as the association’s president for five years. In this role, he was instrumental in rejuvenating the community's Open Space Committee with a focus on creating new walking areas. He also served as chairman of the Springfield District Council-West for several years.
The recently constructed bridge spans Little Rocky Run between the property owned by the Upper Occoquan Service Authority and the Compton Heights Homeowners Association.
For more information or reasonable ADA accommodations, contact the Springfield District Office at 703-451-8873, TTY 711.
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