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Patricia Sullivan
Washington Post reporter, old and new media. Founded Good Morning Silicon Valley, one of first blogs. patricia.sullivan@washpost.com
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Patricia Sullivan 1h
Alexandria to roll out scooter program from
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ArlingtonVA 2h
Replying to @ArlingtonVA
County Manager Mark Schwartz explained National Landing is "a way to avoid saying, 'Parts of Arlington, parts of Alexandria.'" "It's still Crystal City; it's still Pentagon City."
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Fredrick Kunkle WaPo 6h
Some locals shrug at Amazon’s plans for Northern Virginia — unless they ride Metro. Then they cringe.
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Fenit Nirappil 17h
Like any good reporter, asks: What do the guys in the Crystal City strip club have to say about Amazon?
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Patricia Sullivan 17h
How I spent (part of)the last 14 hours
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The Washington Post 17h
Amazon HQ2 decision: Amazon splits prize between Crystal City and New York
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FrancesSteadSellers 18h
Hurricane Florence set at least 28 flood records, according to new USGS report
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Patricia Sullivan 18h
Arlington chair says "This is not going to feel like a tsunami of new people on our streets or in our schools." From county's Facebook Live feed.
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Patricia Sullivan 19h
Arlington County manager Mark Schwartz said the county is still considering layoffs and budget cuts in the coming year. “Everybody thinks it’s going to be this magical elixir right away,” he said. Also separately, "It's still Crystal City."
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Patricia Sullivan 19h
Questions, comments about the agreement that lured Amazon to Arlington? Read then join Arlington leaders live on Facebook.
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Patricia Sullivan 24h
Va gov ⁦⁩ spells out what commitments local and state is making to attract ⁦
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Lee J. Carter Nov 13
No, , Virginia is for the people of Virginia, and this deal will price tens of thousands of us out of our homes. It'll overcrowd our schools and clog our roads, too, and we're expected to pay $500m for the privilege. We represent people, not a jobs statistic.
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Patricia Sullivan Nov 13
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Patricia Sullivan Nov 13
OK, Crystal City, Pentagon City, Arlington Ridge, north Alexandria, Del Ray residents: Tell us what you think of Amazon's arrival in terms of your neighborhood. Residents only, please -- sullivanp AT for a story in tomorrow's Wash Post.
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ArlingtonVA Nov 13
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Arlington and Alexandria public schools will have access to new resources related to computer science education, to be made available statewide, including professional development for teachers; high-quality curriculum and related resources; after-school programming and more.
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Patricia Sullivan Nov 13
Virginia Tech will build a $1 Billion graduate innovation campus in Alexandria as part of deal.
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ArlingtonVA Nov 13
Replying to @ArlingtonVA
Arlington’s proposed direct financial incentive to Amazon is an annual pay-for-performance grant tied to the company meeting 6 million square feet in office occupancy targets over the initial 15 years with a value of approximately $23 million.
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Patricia Sullivan Nov 13
Also, and to spend $570 million transportation projects already approved. State to kick in $195M for transpo. (more)
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Patricia Sullivan Nov 13
The direct incentives from to Amazon is pay-for-performance grant of $$23 million, to be funded by hotel tax. Also TIF revenue of $28 million over 10 years. (more)
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Steve Case Nov 12
My statement on ’s decision:
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