Ad Hoc Joint City-Schools Facility Investment Task Force

On Thursday, May 4, 2017, City Council adopted Resolution 2775 establishing the Ad Hoc Joint City-Schools Facility Investment Task Force to oversee the development of a Joint City-Schools Facility Capital Improvement Plan and provide recommendations related to further capital project implementation. This page provides background and meeting information as well as any relevant updates.

Page updated on Oct 16, 2018 at 3:13 PM

Updates


Deliverables

Deliverable 2 - Task Force Final Report, January 30, 2018

Deliverable 1 - Recommended Facility Capital Improvement Program,  November 4, 2017


Related Plans, Studies and Information

Visit this page for documents and information related to this planning effort.


Meetings

All meetings were open to the public and announced via eNews and on this project webpage. Recordings of each meeting were posted for community members who were unable to attend.


Task Force Mission and Membership

On Thursday, May 4, 2017, City Council adopted Resolution 2775 establishing the Ad Hoc Joint City-Schools Facility Investment Task Force to oversee the development of a Joint City-Schools Facility Capital Improvement Plan and provide recommendations related to further capital project implementation. This work provided guidance to City Council and the School Board to help frame the City and ACPS Facilities Capital Improvement Program for FY 2019 - FY 2028 and beyond.  

A citywide call for nominations to the Task Force was issued for highly-qualified individuals who would provide expertise in fields related to the Task Force mission including Architecture, Engineering, Urban Planning Education, Facilities Planning, Asset Management, Construction, Finance, Business, Real Estate Development, and Legal. The City Manager conducted the review of submissions as specified in the Resolution, and with input from ACPS, appointed the following members: 

  • Lynn Hampton (Chair), Consultant; former CEO, Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority
    • Mignon Anthony*, Executive Director, 21st Century Buildings Program, Baltimore City Public Schools
      • Elliott Branch, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Acquisition and Procurement
        • Micheline Castan-Smith, Senior Project Manager, Paradigm Development Company
          • Marshall Cook*, Former President, Education Association of Alexandria
            • Dwight Dunton, Founder and President, Bonaventure Realty Group, LLC
              • Amy Liu*, Vice President and Director of the Metropolitan Policy Program and Adeline M. and Alfred I. Johnson Chair of Urban and Metropolitan Policy, The Brookings Institution
                • Dave Millard, Principal, Avison Young
                  • Eric Wagner, Executive Vice President for Insurance and Diversified Operations, MedStar Health; former Chair, Alexandria Planning Commission

                  *ACPS appointees


                  Community Comments


                  Questions? 

                  Contact Katherine Carraway, Urban Planner, Department of Planning and Zoning, 703.746.3855; or Erika Gulick, Facilities Planner/GIS Specialist, Alexandria City Public Schools, 703.619.8298.


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