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June 30th Annual General Membership Meeting, and the Executive Board Meeting, Wednesday June 30th, 7:30 pm
Subject to the concurrence of the General Membership, the Executive Board of the Bluemont Civic Association has voted to advertise the following motion for a VOTE at the June 39th General Membership meeting.
Support for the Neighborhood Conservation Program
WHEREAS Arlington residents have limited options to improve and enhance Arlington neighborhoods based on community driven priorities for the installation of sidewalks, curbs and gutters, streetlights, signs, park improvements, neighborhood art and beautification;
RESOLVED, that the Bluemont Civic Association supports the Neighborhood Conservation Program and provides thanks to the Arlington County Board for funding Bluemont’s project for improvements to the intersection of 6th St N and N Edison St.
RESOLVED, that the Arlington County Board should continue funding and resourcing the Neighborhood Conservation Program at equal or greater levels into the future to ensure community driven neighborhood conservation priorities are exercised.
The following volunteers have been nominated:
President (current incumbent Laura Kirkconnell)
1st Vice President (current incumbent Henry McFarland);
2nd Vice President (current incumbent Kate Mattos);
Treasurer (David Smith);
Secretary (current incumbent David Hughes);
Neighborhood Conservation Advisory Committee Representative (current incumbent Nick Pastore);
Alternate Neighborhood Conservation Advisory Committee Representative (current incumbent Christopher George);
Delegates to the Arlington County Civic Federation (four positions available: two current incumbents nominated Allen Norton and David Hughes);
Alternate Delegates to the Arlington County Civic Federation (four available: one current incumbent nominated Mark Haynes).
Following the May 26 presentation of the list of nominees, two members requested to be nominated at the June annual meeting as Bluemont Civic Association Delegates to the Arlington County Civic Federation:
Christopher George and Shakti Shukla.
These nominations, and other nominations for vacant positions can be made from the floor at our June 30th annual General Membership meeting.
Wilson Boulevard between N Frederick Street and George Mason Drive is being
considered for roadway improvements as part of Arlington County’s 2021 routine
resurfacing and remarking program. Routine street maintenance is an opportunity to
implement cost-effective measures to improve safety and access for all people using a
Share your feedback about existing conditions of the street:
You can learn more about the background and goals of the project and share feedback at
the virtual open house. With the online tool, you can participate at any time that is
convenient for you.
How is the street currently working for you? What could be better and what do you like?
• Share your experiences and comments online!
The more direct link to provide feedback is
This link has useful background, and additional information.
Comments are being accepted until June 10.
Your experiences will help inform the development of concept plan, along with other
available information, such as plan guidance and crash data.
The civic association has formed two working groups, which are seeking members:
N. Carlin Springs Road Safety Improvement Task Force
Missing Middle Housing Study Working Group
If you would like to join either group, please contact email@example.com.
Working group/task force members are required to be civic association members, which requires residency in Bluemont and being current on annual dues.
Although public health conditions do not currently allow us to bring a copy to your doorstep, we are pleased to provide you an electronic copy of Neighborhood News at this link http://www.bluemontcivic.org/newsletters/BCA_News_202004.pdf
We plan to update the newsletter and hand-deliver it once that is again possible.
Neighborhood News is normally delivered to homes in Bluemont in April and October. If you would like monthly e-mail updates, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.