Arlington County

Long Range Planning Committee (LRPC)

of the Planning Commission

Hybrid Virtual/In-Person Meeting

Learn more about the Long Range Planning Committee

Wednesday, November 9, 2022

7:00 - 7:45 p.m.

Bozman Government Center

2100 Clarendon Blvd., Conference Room 216

Virtual participation via MS Teams


1. Missing Middle Housing Study: Phase 3

  • Staff: Matt Ladd (, Kellie Brown (


  1. Attend in-person at the Bozman Government Center, 2100 Clarendon Blvd., Conference Room 216. Parking and elevator access will be provided. Note: Parking in the Bozman garage is not available due to ongoing construction; however, parking in the surface lot is available.

  2. Attend virtually via MS Teams. A public link is posted to the project webpage and is listed below:

The LRPC is a committee of the Planning Commission. The public may observe the meetings, but participation in the discussion is limited to members of the Planning Commission. Time for public comment is limited and at the discretion of the Committee chair. However, the public may submit written comments online, which will be provided to the committee members.

For questions about this notice, contact LRPC Staff Liaison: Anika Chowdhury,, 703-228-0096.

General Membership Meeting

Leeway-Overlee Civic Association

Notice of LOCA’s General Membership Meeting:

Tues., Nov. 1, 2022, 7:30 - 9:00 PM

This will be a virtual only meeting to be held through Zoom


· Review and Approval of Minutes of last meeting held on June 8, 2022

· Treasurer's Report

· New Officers:

o President Jean Henceroth (

o VP Karen Guevara (

o VP Mike Weinstein (

o Secretary Ladd Connell (

o Treasurer Jennifer Michener (

o ArNAC Rep. Rob Swennes (


o Presentation: The Alliance for Housing Solutions representative

§ What is it - Arlington County description & updates as of 10/17

§ Survey: after this meeting the LOCA Executive Committee will draft a short survey based on the responses in this meeting; results will be consolidated and submitted to the County

From Arlington County Web Site:

MISSING MIDDLE: It's not Missing Middle Income

“Missing middle” . . .refers to the range of housing types that fit between single-family detached homes and mid-to-high-rise apartment buildings. Examples include duplexes, triplexes, townhomes, and more. Used in this context, “middle” references the size and type of a home, relative to its location – in the middle – on a housing scale spectrum. The cost of these homes vary based on style, size, location, and market forces; therefore missing middle housing types do not correlate with a specific income bracket.

Phase 3 Study Goals:

o Increase housing supply

o Diversify housing types


o More equitable housing options for more people at more income levels and more stages of life distributed throughout Arlington

Discussion Items:

· Parking

· More density

· Shorter setbacks

· Storm water runoff

· Fewer trees

· Taller height limits


Topic: LOCA 11/1/2022 Zoom Meeting

Date & Time: Nov 1, 2022 07:30 PM Eastern

To Join the Zoom Meeting, use one of the two options:



Phone: +1 309 205 3325

Meeting ID: 886 5214 3984

Passcode: 940487


Please find links for:

· Arlington County October 17, 2022 Missing Middle Phase 3 slide deck:

· Plan Langston Blvd PCP

· Plan Langston Blvd Design studios


Any Questions? Contact a member of the LOCA Exec Committee listed above.



· Cardinal school stormwater detention vaults:

o Work continues with anticipated completion in May 2023.

· Plan Langston Blvd (we are in Areas 1 & 2):

o The Preliminary Concept Plan Report August 2022 (PCP) is completed although still under review; available on the Arlington County Web Site

o Additional Pop-up engagement opportunities:

Please join Arlington County staff members at the following outdoors pop-up events to learn more, ask questions, and share feedback.

· Lee Harrison Shopping Center |Saturday, Nov. 5 | 11 AM - 1 PM

· Lyon Village Shopping Center | Saturday, Nov. 5 | 3 - 5 PM


2022 Minutes

Minutes have been posted from the General Membership Meetings of February, April, and June 2022

Latest Leeway Overlee Newsletters: September 2021

Prior Newsletters


For current information about the local response to COVID-19 please visit the Arlington County COVID-19 page.

Some Key Points About Pollinator-Saving Mosquito Control

As we are now in the thick of summer, the mosquitoes have returned. There are many actions you can take to reduce their numbers. The Arlington Master Naturalists have posted some information that you can use to control mosquitoes while at the same time protecting our beneficial pollinators from deadly pesticides.

Plant for Pollinators (and Life)

If you missed the informative session on May 11, 2019, at the Lee Center Butterfly Garden, you are in luck! The presenter gave us a Pollinator Gardening Summary that contains some highlights from the presentation and information that you can use in your own home gardening.

The May 11 information session was intended to support national initiatives to help very imperiled pollinators. We learned about groupings of mainly native plants that can provide three seasons of food for bees and butterflies, and also help birds. Information included lists of plants; their size, color, and bloom periods; and how to group perennials, shrubs, and trees to create natural habitat.