You may have seen this chart in your door, at a farmer’s market, or floating around social media. Here are the explanations behind the colorful icons on where me and the other candidates for Arlington County Board stand on the big issues of this year:
I love cycling and advocate for better bike lanes and trails. Join in on the #VoteTheoChalkArt activities!
Can we build more affordable housing, without sacrificing environmental safety? Do these two issues need to conflict?
The focus of the Arlington Chamber of Commerce’s forum was refreshingly on small business issues and economic development, which I was prepared for with concrete solutions to our problems
Missing Middle for the Middle Class Upon making Arlington my home 10 years ago, I made many friends. One-by-one I watched as they all moved out to buy a home in Sterling, Haymarket, or another far-flung suburb as they married and started a family. They all said the same thing: they’d have loved to stay […]
The first snowy winter I ever experienced in my life was the famous “Snowmageddon” of 2009-2010, just as I moved to the DC area from Florida. Then in 2019, Arlington suffered a massive flood that ruined homes and businesses, particularly in the Westover and Waverly Hills neighborhoods. We even sometimes get tornadoes. And of course […]
Date: Monday, August 1st. Time: Evening, around 7:30pm after the sun had set and it was getting dark. A life was taken on one of Arlington’s streets. Three weeks ago yesterday, at the intersection of South Glebe St and 2nd St South, mother of six children Viviana Oxlaj Pérez was walking her bike when she […]
The Missing Middle proposal has set off a firestorm of controversy but what I want to focus on right now is whether Missing Middle housing will result in the loss of our precious tree canopy.
Robert E. Lee is a figure to be studied but not memorialized. Put up educational plaques and take down inaccurate positions of honor.