To qualify for a grant, applicants will have to document expenses they have incurred or intend to incur during the period from October of 2019 to Sept. 15, 2020.
Among the plan's design concepts are improved canal and towpath access and accessibility, increased interpretive and educational opportunities and more welcoming and usable open spaces.
A public meeting with the WMATA board regarding the proposed changes is scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 26, at 4 p.m. at the agency’s headquarters, 600 5th St. NW.
Three corral locations in Georgetown are on the list: near the corners of N and Thomas Jefferson Streets, 33rd and M Streets and 26th and P Streets NW.
The project was not included in any of the District Department of Transportation’s 2020 budget requests in a 600-plus-page document DDOT submitted to the District Council this week.
On Jan. 15, close to 200 residents met with city officials from the Departments of Parks and Recreation, DC Public Schools and the Department of General Services about the field's future.
The guest speakers at the Wednesday evening program will be Lindsay Curtin of D.C. Council on Homelessness, Sean Read of Friendship Place and John Wiebenson of the Georgetown BID.
The Department of Parks and Recreation has scheduled a meeting at the Georgetown Neighborhood Library to discuss potential uses of the field, located between 39th Street and River Road NW.
After a lively, sometimes heated debate on Jan. 7, ANC 2E voted 6-2 in favor of a proposal giving the owner of Call Your Mother a corner store zoning variance.
Mayor Bowser announced the city’s intention to transfer the administration of Ellington Field from DC Public Schools to the Department of Parks and Recreation. But the transfer has become controversial.