Braddock Metro Neighborhood and Braddock East Master Plans
The Alexandria City Council approved the Braddock Metro Neighborhood Plan on March 15, 2008 and in 2009 established the Braddock Metro Neighborhood Plan Implementation Advisory Group to assist City staff in implementing the recommendations of both the Braddock Metro Neighborhood and Braddock East plans. Background information as well as current implementation efforts can be found on this page.
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- The Braddock Metro Neighborhood Plan (BMNP) was adopted by City Council in April 2008.
- The Braddock East Master Plan, adopted by City Council in October 2008, expands upon the fifth guiding principle of the BMNP - to promote mixed income communities through the redevelopment of the existing public housing sites within the Braddock East planning area.
- On February 2, 2009, City Council established the Braddock Metro Neighborhood Plan Implementation Advisory Group (BIAG) to assist City staff in implementing the recommendations of both the Braddock Metro Neighborhood and Braddock East plans.
- On June 9, 2009, City Council adopted the establishment of the Braddock Open Space and the Braddock Community Amenities Fund Accounts and approved a formula for developer contributions. A link to City Council's action docket is available here.
- Braddock Implementation Advisory Group Membership Changes
- On November 11, 2014, the City Council approved a recommendation to alter the membership of the Braddock IAG to include representation from a newly formed civic association - Braddock Metro Citizens' Coalition (BMCC). The expanded roster provides the group with two representatives. The BMCC will select its representatives to the Braddock IAG.
- City Council Resolution - Reconfigure BIAG - November 2014
- During the April 14, 2016 BIAG meeting, members unanimously agreed to revise their 'at-large' vacancy appointment process adopted by the group in 2012. The previous process included a step where members of the BIAG reviewed and provided comments on applicants. The new appointment process follows a more typical City process, omitting the BIAG review.