Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Rosslyn Plan Framework discussion this Wednesday

At the County Board meeting this past Saturday, the County Board approved the Rosslyn Plan Framework.  The Rosslyn Plan Framework has been attracting leading planning talent to make Rosslyn an even more spectacular riverfront jewel.  Among the planned changes are converting Lynn St. and Ft. Myer Dr. into two-way streets in downtown Rosslyn and eliminating the Ft. Myer Dr. tunnel.  Removing two of the overhead walkway street-crossings has already helped to open up downtown Rosslyn.  Rosslyn will become even more airy, open, and exciting in the future.

The Rosslyn/Ft. Myer Heights neighborhood association (RAFOM) is sponsoring a discussiong of the Rosslyn Plan Framework this Wednesday, April 16, at  7 PM in the Belvedere Condominium Party Room, 1600 N. Oak Street.  Brian Harner, Chairman of the Process Panel, and Anthony Fusarelli, County Planning staff, will be there to discuss the Rosslyn Plan Framework and the Rosslyn Sector Plan Update.

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