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There will be a brief ribbon-cutting ceremony followed by refreshments. The project included the design and upgrade of a 60-foot diamond field, installation of lighting, and construction of a retaining wall, backstop and fencing. An adjacent playground was also removed and replaced with new equipment.

The park is at 9350 Arlington Blvd. For information, call 703-324-8662.

Planning Services, Forms On Falls Church Web Site

The city of Falls Church's Development Services Department has launched a Web page with information on its planning, geography, urban forestry and zoning divisions.

The site also includes forms and applications for site plans, traffic impact analysis, historical architectural review, variance information and more.

Visitors to the site can retrieve information from the city's interactive mapping system and view the city's comprehensive plans and design guidelines.

For information, call 703-248-5003 or visit www.ci.falls-church.va.us/government/developmentServices/devservices.html.

Computer Recycling Offers Immediate Benefits

County residents can recycle computers and related equipment from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at Chantilly High School.

The computers will be recycled by ServiceSource's Keep It Green program and the Chantilly Academy, which teaches high school students vocational skills including computer repair.

As part of the event, 50 needy families will receive computers that have been refurbished by the academy's students.

In addition, each person donating a computer will be eligible to win a refurbished one.

There is a $10 fee for processing computer monitors; other equipment is accepted without charge. The school is at 4201 Stringfellow Rd. For information, call 703-324-5313 or 703-461-6000; or visit www.keepitgreen.org.

Lorton Library Marks Its 15th Birthday

The county Park Authority will help Lorton Library celebrate its 15th birthday with a celebration starting at 10:15 a.m. Saturday at Lorton Park.

Park officials will dedicate a playground in honor of Harry Lattimore, the former library branch manager.

The park is at 9518 Richmond Hwy. (Route 1).

For information, call 703-324-8662.

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