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Archive for August, 2011
Fairfax County has a little known program available for the elderly called “Home repair for the Elderly.” It is open to eligible seniors and disabled homeowners.
Types of repairs provided include: Interior and exterior painting , Minor electrical repair and replacement , Window and door repair , Minor plumbing repair and replacement, Screen replacement for windows and doors, Gutter, Installation of grab bars, railings and other accessibility devices to assist the elderly and disabled.
They don’t do emergency work, but can sometimes expedite work for items like: Roof leaks, Broken hot water heaters (Electrical only), Electrical shorts or rewiring and Plumbing leaks.
As some of you may know, Cityline Partners are scheduled to develop the area next to the Gates of McLean that is called Scotts Run Station North. Currently there is a large flat office building at the location (intersection of Scotts Run and Rt 123/Chain Bridge Road) next to the new Tysons-McLean metro station.
Between the new development and the Gates of McLean is a 4 acre area that is owned by the Gates of McLean. Currently the Scotts Run stream runs through it and it is used as a “park”/undeveloped area. Due to the stream and other restrictions the type of development allowed is very limited.
As part of their development, Cityline Partners have shown interest in purchasing all or parts of the 4 acre area and use it for sports fields, a stream valley park (complimenting the planned devlopment on the other side of Chain Bridge Road) and other non-commercial development.