December 8, 2023

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Give the Dog a Travel

Morning Notes |

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Amazon Purchases Resort Future to HQ2 Web-site — “ Inc. has purchased the Home Inn by Marriott in Pentagon Metropolis with ideas to demolish it and increase its 2nd headquarters, the corporation tells the Washington Business Journal. Acorn Development LLC, an Amazon subsidiary, paid $148.5 million for the building and its 1.5-acre web-site at 550 Military Navy Push.” [Washington Business Journal]

Path Roundabout Now In Use — A new roundabout along the Custis Trail is now in use, increasing protection at a previously dangerous T-intersection in Bon Air Park. [Twitter]

Modifications for Lacking Center Housing Analyze — “Staff from the Section of Community Organizing, Housing and Improvement (CPHD) offered to the County Board a revised Missing Middle Housing Study Scope and Demand, which was shaped by neighborhood suggestions and informed by investigate.” [Arlington County]

Optimists Now Assembly in Man or woman — “While numerous other services corporations throughout Northern Virginia have curtailed operations or moved to an on the web-only existence because of to the public-health situation, the Optimist Club of Arlington is back again with in-individual meetings. The community club… resumed its two times-regular monthly conferences in July at Washington Golf & Region Club, with correct safety measures.” [InsideNova]

Robo Mower Snatched, But Then Returned — “Though not a tale of higher crimes and misdemeanors, the temporary disappearance Tuesday morning of ‘Shultzy’ the robotic AutoMower brought on a degree of pleasure for a person Maywood family members.” [Patch]

ACFD Touts Very first ‘Whole Blood’ Use — “Crews responded for a particular person that endured critical accidents right after a prolonged slide on Monday. Medics immediately administered full blood, supporting to stabilize the patient’s critical symptoms. This was the 1st use of our modern entire blood system executed before this thirty day period.” [Twitter]

Today: Digital Pike Progress Luncheon — “Support our neighborhood with this year’s virtual ‘luncheon’ advantage! Even though the COVID-19 pandemic has had a major impression on Columbia Pike, the area and without a doubt the earth, our neighborhood is still powerful.” [ARLnow Events, CPRO]