Flu Shots, MetroAccess, 4MR Park Architects and More: This Week's Latest ACTion

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  • Are you a MetroAccess rider or do you know someone who uses the service? A meeting will be held on Saturday, October 30th at the EnDependence Center of Northern Virginia to discuss the fare changes going into effect on November 1st.  A WMATA representative will be on hand for a presentation and to answer questions.  The meeting is scheduled to begin at 1:00 PM.
  • According to the Parker-Gray Growler, a meeting will take place at Jefferson-Houston School tonight at 7:00 PM on the possible "redevelopment" of the school.  The Alexandria City Public Schools website comments that the meeting will touch on "space needs; renovation and new building options, with a costs comparison analysis; and site analysis."  Tours of the school will be given before the meeting.
  • On Wednesday morning, October 27th from 7:45-9:30 AM, Dr. Stephen Fuller will speak at an Act for Alexandria breakfast on the "economic trends at the national level leading into the recession and looking forward to 2011 and beyond."  Dr. Fuller, the Director of the Center for Regional Analysis at George Mason University, is an expert on "the changing structure of metropolitan area economies."  If interested in attending, there is still some time to register! Ticket sales end tomorrow.

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