The Arlington Department of Community Planning, Housing, and Development is planning to review NOVA Armory’s Certificate of Occupancy and could potentially revoke or modify it!
Why do I say this is being done by stealth? Because NEITHER NOVA Armory, NOR the landlord, were notified of this hearing!!! The only reason they even found out about it THIS MORNING was because a concerned neighbor brought it to their attention.
Somehow the Planning Department managed to get a notice out to the all the neighboring stores in the area, but not to anyone who would be directly affected.
It couldn’t be anything to do with NOVA Armory announcing its lawsuit against some Delegates, Senators, and others who conspired to destroy the business back on April 25th? The notices for the hearing are dated, wait for it, wait for it, April 28th! How’s that for a coincidence?
This is unbelievable, unprofessional, and hopefully illegal, as the Planning Department didn’t bother notifying the target of the review.
The following complainants are behind this attack on NOVA Armory according to the notification: Julia Young, Emily Hughes, Bernadette Brennan, Grace Chan, and Nathan Guerrero.
Let’s flood the Arlington Department of Community Planning, Housing, and Development hearing with lots of gun owners wearing GSL stickers and making polite, but firm, comments at the hearing on the underhanded, unprofessional, and politically motivated way this hearing is being handled.
The hearing is at 7 PM on Wednesday, May 11 2016 at:
Arlington Department of Community Planning, Housing, and Development
2100 Clarendon Blvd
3rd Floor, Board of Supervisors Room
Arlington, VA 22201
Someone should be there handing out GSL stickers. Carry is lawful in local government buildings.
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