Arlington County Planning Commission, John Savo, Washington D.C. discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News


Damage was reported to the school or to nearby homes following the centerville tornado another EF zero tornado touched down in the tysons area That one which was confirmed on Friday caused damage to two gas stations on chain bridge road Amazon's latest and most ambitious development for its second headquarters has been unanimously approved by the Arlington county planning commission It still needs approval from the county board later this month but the Washington area is a step closer to seeing the helix a 350 foot spiraling glass building with walkable landscapes all the way up to the top Architect with the project John savo We'll have an uninterrupted views to the north both the highway toward The Pentagon the Potomac and Washington D.C. The development will also feature three other office buildings green space and even a space for the Arlington community high school planning commissioner James le tell me Giving it 30 years of a new wonderful facility This is a home run for that school Amazon hopes to wrap up the project by 2025 Luke Luger WTO P news Good news for prince George's county leaders who are hoping for a major financial investment from Maryland state lawmakers Hospital 8 97 all those in favor signify by saying I With that vote the Maryland House appropriations committee approved $400 million for a mixed use development in the Largo landover area that's being called the blue line corridor The measure now heads to the full House for consideration The money could be used to help build a convention center or a merriweather post style amphitheater that development would be near FedEx field and prince George's county leaders say it could help with the county's efforts to encourage the Washington commanders to keep the team in that area Nick hine Ellie WTO news Happening today the D.C. council will consider a bill designed to boost the city's medical marijuana dispensaries at the expense of those gifting shops Gifting shops get around the city's prohibition on selling recreational marijuana by selling customers and incidental item then gifting them the marijuana which they're seeking Operators of gifting stores including Daryl Dawson of peace in the air and Adams Morgan says the bill before the council is meant to put gifting shops out of business This act will result in financial struggle for many of the employees of these businesses a huge percentage of whom are black or people of color The bill before the council would allow anyone 21 and older to buy medical.

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