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Morning Notes

Waterfront Shipping Container Bar Starts to Take Shape — “On Monday morning, the shipping containers were moved from the barge to the pier for a portion of the restaurant.” [Alexandria Living Magazine]

Drop Boxes Announced for Medication Disposal — “Unwanted medication can be dropped off at one of these 3 locations. Do not flush unwanted medications down the toilet or drain.” [Twitter]

Alexandria Earns Perfect Ratings on Municipal Equality Index — “According to the HRC website, the MEI measures the inclusiveness of residents in cities around the county who identify as LGBTQ+. This year, Alexandria received a perfect score of 100 percent on the index.” [Zebra]

Final Report Released on CARES Act Funds — “While we await additional Federal action, it is important to recognize how the City has quickly put the $27.8M we have received to benefit the residents and small businesses of our community.” [Twitter]

Episcopal High School Seeking English Teacher — “Episcopal High School is looking for a full-time English teacher beginning in the fall of 2021. Candidates must be prepared to teach students at every level in this four-year boarding school.” [NAIS Career Center]

Staff photo by Jay Westcott

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