Port City Notebook

News, views and random observations around Alexandria

Archive for May 2014

One Step Closer to a 50-Meter Pool at Chinquapin

The first phase of the Chinquapin Swim Center feasibility study—to determine if a 50-meter competition pool can be accommodated on the Chinquapin site—has been completed by the consulting group and the answer is “Yes!”  In fact, in the Task 1A Report, the consultants present six different schemes that have varying sets of pros and cons. Moreover, based on the preliminary analysis, the consultants indicated that the project can be done […]

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News You Can Use

Parents are heading into that time of the school-year when calendars are chock full of plays, concerts, games, matches, meets, meetings, programs, SOLs, AP exams and so on. Let me throw a couple more dates into the mix: On Wednesday, May 14, Delegate Rob Krupicka will be the guest speaker at the Alexandria PTA Council meeting in the Media Center at the Minnie Howard campus of T.C. Williams High School […]

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