Tag: yon lambert

My View | Frank Putzu: Fire Department lacked input on Seminary...

By Frank Putzu This is the first of three My Views that will examine the role of the Alexandria Fire Department in planning prior to...

Your Views: Is our city manager overpaid?

To the editor: I’m responding to the letter from Townsend “Van” Van Fleet – “Be more prudent with city resources” – in the Dec. 12...

Permit parking changes approved by city council

By Cody Mello-Klein | [email protected] City council approved a staff-recommended change to amend the city’s residential permit parking program during its public hearing on Saturday. While...

City staff recommends phase two scooter pilot

By Cody Mello-Klein | [email protected] Department of Transportation and Environmental Services staff presented a recommendation to city council for a phase two e-scooter pilot program...

Your Views: Seminary debacle is Wilson’s fault

To the editor: Every now and then, a politician becomes forever known for one unfortunate statement. For George H.W. Bush, it was “Read my lips: No...

City council discusses transportation priorities, Planning & Zoning staff at legislative...

By Missy Schrott | [email protected] With the first public hearing of the fall in the rearview mirror, city council is back to discussing city business...

Seminary Road showdown approaches

By Missy Schrott | [email protected]  Fall weekends are made for youth soccer tournaments, high school sports games and Sunday night football. But this weekend in...

Seminary Road project en route to council

By Missy Schrott | [email protected] One issue looms over all others as the fall city council term approaches: the potential restructuring of a stretch of...

Our View: Policing scooters should not fall to residents

“We have been very clear from the beginning of the pilot that residents should contact the companies,” Yon Lambert, director of the Department of...

Scooters in Alexandria Part 4: City’s scooter pilot aims to hold...

By Cody Mello-Klein | [email protected] With most school years coming to an official end this month, summer will likely be the busiest and most demanding...