Covid-19 seems to have caused an unexpected new housing boom, especially in small, vibrant and green communities within senior-friendly cities like Washington, D.C. And, that means Georgetown – where the […]
The neighborhood has become even more of a “Silver City”: one that offers a lifestyle and amenities attractive to people as they grow older.
At the March 30 virtual meeting, even the very favored National Park Service came in for some grumpiness regarding a construction project.
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.
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.
Georgetown Ministry Center, dedicated to “ending homelessness one person at a time,” is responding with new leadership and expanded programs.
Trees for Georgetown proposed a pilot program in which a crew will clean the sidewalks on 27th Street between N and Dumbarton Streets for six weeks.
A DDOT roadway resurfacing and sidewalk repair project is underway on Wisconsin Avenue, through Georgetown community groups weren’t given much notice.
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?