For a couple of different reasons, I’m cautiously in favor of using automated smart cameras and other sensors in Arlington, including the new “Safety and Innovation Zone” pilot program on a block Clarendon.
This past Monday, the local Arlington Branch NAACP held its forum for the County Board candidates. I want to first off say it was my favorite format of all candidate events I’ve attended so far. It struck an excellent balance between letting us have time to go into details and explain our positions, while also […]
Police Reform and Social Justice For nine years I proudly served as a communications consultant within the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, with a large part of my job working alongside local police from across the country. I learned a lot and had plenty of fun with law enforcement officers in places such as Stockton […]
Covering a wide range of issues – it’s the local Arlington Branch NAACP Candidate Guide for 2021
The 2021 Candidate Guide from Sustainable Mobility for Arlington is now out, including responses from Theo on issues ranging from bike trails, transit, safe streets with Vision Zero, and how best to enforce traffic violations.
My report of the May meeting for the Arlington County Civic Federation with my votes and positions.ACCF Now using Zoom polling of all votes for voting delegates.Nomination Committee for CivFed board:• More At-Large seats that current nominees – need people to be At-Large!• Currently no nominee for Treasurer• Submit nominations by June 12School Board/APS Presentation:Arlington […]
Notes of the recent Arlington County Civic Federation meeting:CivFed is testing out doing voting through Zoom’s built-in polling feature instead of emailed polls via Constant Contact.The new CivFed Nomination Committee (to nominate CivFed officers for next election) has a vacancy. May 1st is recommended nomination submission via form. Nominees have to be a delegate or […]