At the March 30 virtual meeting, even the very favored National Park Service came in for some grumpiness regarding a construction project.
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.
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.
The hall at Visitation School was standing room only Feb. 26, and the commission devoted over an hour to two proposals by Commissioners Jim Wilcox and Peter Murphy.
The plan would allow residents to park on both sides of the street, while out-of-zone parkers could only park on one designated side for two hours.