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Morning Notes

Mayor Wilson announces he’s on the ballot for reelection — “We are in a unique and challenging moment for our City. Our success has never been assured. It has been created through generations of leaders who have placed the City’s future first.” [Zebra]

West End Walgreens robbed — “The Alexandria Police Dept is investigating a commercial robbery at the Walgreens in the 4500 blk of Duke St. It happened just before 10pm. two suspects robbed the store then fled in a vehicle. Details are still developing. Expect police activity in the area.” [Twitter]

City Manager to talk about future of Eisenhower Valley — “Join us for a virtual breakfast with the City Manager, Mr. Mark Jinks, on Wednesday, March 31, 8:30AM on Zoom.” [eventbrite]

Today’s Weather — “Sunny skies. High around 60F. Winds WNW at 10 to 20 mph… Clear skies. Low near 40F. Winds light and variable.” [Weather.com]

New job: Regular babysitter for one child — “I work from home but need time in the morning to focus on work. I need a sitter who come in a few hours in the morning Monday thru Friday. Will get the baby ready for the day, do some bottle clean up and prep, take the baby for a walk and just overall entertain him. He will be 6 months in April.” [Indeed]

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