Tag: Justin Wilson

Your Views: Those elusive mystery residents

To the editor: At the Sept. 14 public hearing on Seminary Road repaving, Vice Mayor Elizabeth Bennett-Parker criticized single-family residents and civic associations, claiming to...

Your Views: City staffers do council’s bidding

To the editor: Letter writers may try to blame staff for city hall's egregious policy decisions, but staff is only recommending what it has been...

Your Views: Density quest is not egalitarian

To the editor: I’m all in favor of affordable housing. But don’t be tricked – it’s a feel-good phrase. It shrouds the intent to make...

City council responds to President Trump’s refugee executive order

By Cody Mello-Klein | [email protected] City council adopted a resolution in response to President Donald Trump’s executive order 1388, which required official consent from state...

Historic Freedom House, former slave pen, goes up for sale

By Cody Mello-Klein | [email protected] The Freedom House, the registered National Historic Landmark and infamous location of a slave pen at 1315 Duke St., is...

Virginia Paving Company to close Alexandria plant in 2027

By Cody Mello-Klein | [email protected] City council voted unanimously at Saturday’s public hearing to close the Virginia Paving Company’s Eisenhower West asphalt plant in 2027. The...

Council to vote on 5G cell facilities, Virginia Paving Company at...

By Cody Mello-Klein | [email protected] City council is set to vote on several projects that aim to address the city’s technological and developmental needs at...

Your Views: Fair redistricting needed

To the editor: In his article in the Sept. 26 Alexandria Times, “Residents unite for an open discussion on racism,” Luke Anderson highlights the new...

Grace Episcopal priest retires after 30 years

By Cody Mello-Klein | [email protected] Father Robert Malm, who celebrated 30 years of ministry at Grace Episcopal Church, retired on Sept. 27, according to Amy...

Residents unite for open discussion on racism

By Luke Anderson Alexandria residents are setting aside their differences to discuss racism’s impact on American lives, from microaggressions to mass shootings. More than 30 people...