Positive developments regarding the issue of homelessness include the reopening of Georgetown Ministry Center, which is offering “modified window services.”
Can Georgetown’s brick sidewalks accommodate socially distanced diners, lines of customers, curbside pickups and drop-offs, sidewalk sales and pedestrians?
Topher Mathews, creator of the Georgetown Metropolitan blog, announced his candidacy for advisory neighborhood commissioner on June 8, the day after Joe Gibbons said he would not run again.
The preliminary plans include “tactical” concrete sidewalks along the 3400-3500 blocks of Water Street, along with a two-way bikeway, a traffic roundabout and changes to on-street parking.
Now that street traffic has been greatly reduced by the stay-at-home order, officers are not the only ones more visible. So are potential lawbreakers.
On Feb. 12, a quorum of Georgetown-Burleith advisory neighborhood commissioners lugged two thick copies to Visitation School for a two-hour-plus once-over.
The project was not included in any of the District Department of Transportation’s 2020 budget requests in a 600-plus-page document DDOT submitted to the District Council this week.
After a lively, sometimes heated debate on Jan. 7, ANC 2E voted 6-2 in favor of a proposal giving the owner of Call Your Mother a corner store zoning variance.
Mayor Bowser announced the city’s intention to transfer the administration of Ellington Field from DC Public Schools to the Department of Parks and Recreation. But the transfer has become controversial.
On Thursday, volunteers are needed to help with the M Street Thanksgiving brunch for the homeless and less fortunate from 6 to 11 a.m.