ANC Report: Crime, Budget, Redistricting
Public Safety First on the agenda at this month’s ANC meeting, a public safety briefing from Lt. John Merzig of the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD). Regarding last month’s fatal shooting […]
ANC Tuesday: Lutheran Church, Rose Park, Jelleff, Ginkgo Project
On the agenda: Consideration of a Resolution Supporting Georgetown Lutheran Church’s Grant Application to the D.C. Preservation League.
ANC Monday: Speed Bumps, Crosswalks, Gas Hearing
On tonight’s agenda: Consideration of a Resolution Regarding the Proposed Installation of Speed Bumps on Water Street NW.
Category-1 Gas Leak Gets Early Morning Attention
The continuing gas leak problems in Georgetown will be the focus of a May 15 public hearing at the 1325 G St. NW offices of the DC Public Service Commission.
ANC Monday: 5G, Hyde, Bus Shelter, Washington Gas
The Georgetown-Burleith-Hillandale Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC 2E) will hold its May meeting on Monday, April 29, at 6:30 p.m. at Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School, 35th Street and Volta Place NW, […]
ANC Monday: Towpath, Hyde-Addison, 5G, Washington Gas
At the March 4 meeting, the Georgetown Business Improvement District will give a presentation on its pilot project for the C&O Canal Towpath.
Wharf Hosts Ice House to Benefit Fuel Fund
The 10-by-20-foot structure, built of 98 large blocks (about 20,000 pounds’ worth) of ice, will be open to the public on Friday from 2 to 8 p.m. and on Saturday from noon to 8 p.m.
Washington Gas: Lighting the Capitol for 170 Years
From its perch in one of the Wharf’s shining new buildings in Southwest D.C., the headquarters of Washington Gas — WGL Holdings, Inc., to be exact — looks high-tech and […]
ANC Monday: Gas, Water, Ginkgos, Car Barn, Exorcist Steps
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.
Gas Leaks Continue
As of Nov. 15, reported gas leaks in Georgetown’s East Side numbered 63. Some seem to be low-grade leaks from old pipes, but not all, according to Edward Segal, whose blog tracks every reported gas leak in his area.