2311 N Nottingham St Arlington, Virginia
I understand that I choose to live in a state that taxes personal property. I have an issue of paying $33 to pay for a decal to display in my car window. It supposedly is to represent that I paid my taxes and therefore don't ticket me. That is what it used to mean and I wasn't charged for the decal. Now it is issued with the bill so it is meaningless. I can put it on my window but not pay my bill. But now I have to pay for the decal that means nothing - it does not mean I paid. To his credit, when I asked this question of the Treasurer, he responded by phone but did not have an answer of why we are doing this and paying for it. How do get rid of this unnecessary fee (both on the consumer and the cost to produce)?
2311 Nottingham St Arlington, va
After construction of houses at Lee and Nottingham, everyone downhill experiences water drainage issues. I have talked to the county construction site department but they can't do anything as these aren't active constructions. But the water flows from these properties and creates an issues for those downhill. I have pictures from the street but there is also flow issues through the yards, causeway ... everywhere.
2442 North Lexington Street Arlington, VA
The turn lane indicator arrows painted on N. Lexington St. (on the north side of Lee Highway) are very confusing. There are two lanes at the intersection with Lee - the left lane has an indicator arrow showing that it is for cars that want to go straight OR turn left. The right lane is indicated as a right turn only. Nowhere else have I seen arrows painted in such a way - it is always the opposite (right lane is straight or right turn), left lane is left turn only). This is just common sense and would also help to move cars crossing Lee on N. Lexington in a much more efficient manner. Currently, cars driving north on Lexington waiting to turn left on Lee are overly cautious since they don't know if cars in the oncoming direction will go left (thus allowing them time to also turn left onto Lee) or if they're going straight. Please repaint the arrows in a common sense manner.