At the March 30 virtual meeting, even the very favored National Park Service came in for some grumpiness regarding a construction project.
In The Georgetowner’s next print issue, you can read up on the global and local impact of climate change and learn what you can do to live more sustainably.
The March 1 meeting of ANC 2E was both long and newsworthy, tapping into hot issues that The Georgetowner intends to cover in the coming weeks and months.
We’ll cover what real estate developers and the Georgetown BID have in store to revitalize retai and re-energize the quality of life that makes Georgetown, well, Georgetown.
At ANC 2E’s monthly meeting last Monday, a lively discussion broke out about two longstanding issues: speed limits and large truck traffic in residential areas.
The pilot project will come under review of the Old Georgetown Board, as well as the District Department of Transportation’s public space committee, on Feb. 4.
On tonight’s agenda: Consideration of a Resolution Regarding a Proposed Speed Limit Change in Georgetown’s Commercial District.
The fenced-in construction site at 3000 M St. NW, with a tower crane that spins around in the wind, has tried the neighborhood’s patience for years.
On tonight’s agenda: Public Space Application by the Georgetown BID for the Placement of Wood and Composite Decks in Curb Lanes at Sidewalk Grade with Barriers at 22 Locations.
About 10 students are to be welcomed into the building under the CARE program, “attending” online from classrooms without certified teachers physically present.