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.
The decision to cut down two female gingko trees on the 2700 block of Olive Street in Georgetown ignited an email conversation around town and the city.
Just in time for Halloween, the application to the Historic Preservation Review Board for the landmarking of the Exorcist Steps will be discussed at tonight’s ANC meeting.
There was lively discussion around a controversial proposal to close off the parkway to motor vehicles under the Kennedy Center River Terrace, reserving that stretch for pedestrian and bicycle use.
ANC member Jim Wilcox has been in contact with Jack Evans, Georgetown’s representative on the D.C. Council, and Washington Gas’s director of corporate public policy about the rising concerns.
Among the presenters at tonight’s ANC meeting will be Gerard Brown, program manager of the Rodent and Vector Control Division of DC Health.
A partnership with Events DC and Monumental Sports, the 4,200-seat arena will house the WNBA’s Washington Mystics and the new NBA G League affiliate the Capital City Go-Go.
Today is the day! Monday, Sept 17, the proponents and opponents of Initiative #77 — the so-called Fair Wage Act — face off in front of Washington DC’s city council […]
In July, a majority of Council members co-introduced a bill to overturn Initiative 77. Mayor Bowser also came out against the vote’s outcome. That resolution will be taken up at the Sept. 17 Council meeting.
Council members and Republican members of Congress want to reject the initiative, approved June 19, which would grant all D.C. workers, including tipped workers, a $15-an-hour minimum wage by 2020.