Friday, July 18, 2014

WJ Cluster Coordinator: “Stop approving non-priority developments..."

...Not far from the site is Walter Johnson High School, which is near capacity and projected to be over capacity by the 2017-2018 school year with no addition or modernization projects on the horizon.
Jennifer Cope, representing the Walter Johnson cluster of PTAs, told the Planning Board she saw a “major disconnect” in the county’s planning strategies and the approval of the EYA townhouse proposal. She also questioned how accurate the county’s school population projections are.
“Stop approving non-priority developments, especially those that are far from established rapid transit,” Cope said...

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