The Georgetown Business Improvement District will be collating and analyzing notes and ideas garnered at the Nov. 14 town forum to update its Retail Action Plan.
Signs reading “Make Jelleff Public,” passionate statements and a resolution created on laptops in front of a packed crowd dominated the Sept. 3 meeting of Advisory Neighborhood Commission 2E.
Bill Starrels, a former advisory neighborhood commissioner, was arraigned last week for alleged threats against Beshar Mehiar, owner of Charcoal Town Hookah & Shawarma, and his customers, because of late-night noise.
Murphy helped stop a shoplifter who was leaving the 7-Eleven at P Street and Wisconsin Avenue, near Murphy’s home, on July 31 at about 7:30 a.m., carrying unpaid merchandise.
Chairman Rick Murphy said he had just heard at 4 p.m. about decision by DC Public Schools to transfer to DPR its administrative oversight of the Duke Ellington School of the Arts playing field.
Rooftop boxes and antennas, described by TeleWorld Solutions CEO Shervin Gerami at a small press briefing at Via Umbria in early February, may be proposed at the March 4 ANC meeting.
Advisory Neighborhood Commission 2E recently organized a 10-question online survey for distribution to Jelleff Recreation Center stakeholders.
A resolution to support a District proposal to ban drivers from making a right turn onto M Street at the red light at northbound 29th Street was turned down by ANC 2E.
On the agenda: “Landmarking Application for Capital Traction Company Union Station and Part of the 36th Street NW Right-of-Way,” aka the Car Barn and the Exorcist Steps.
Election engagement in Washington, D.C., is astounding, according to a recent report. The District was ranked number one in the nation in the percentage of the electorate that voted in […]