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ANC 6A Report – April 2017

Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) 6A Chair Phil Toomajian called the April meeting to order at Miner Elementary School (601 15th St. NE), with Commissioners...

Why Do They Run?

A teen makes a call to police. Her mom’s boyfriend tried to stab her. The one before had tried to choke her. She wants...

ANC 6B Report – June 2017

The quorum: Jennifer Samolyk (6B01), Nick Burger (6B06, treasurer), Denise Krepp (6B10), Diane Hoskins (6B02, vice chair), Steve Hagedorn (6B05), Aimee Grace (6B07), Kristin...

When a PAC Moves in Next Door

When the home at 428 New Jersey Ave. SE went up for sale, Marisa Gotthold, who lives just down the block, went to check...

Buzzard Point: It’s Complicated…

Taking a trip to Buzzard Point these days is an exercise in driving or walking through an enormous construction zone with active projects at...

The Numbers: Wrong Choices in the DC Budget

Mayor Bowser and the DC Council just completed the city’s budget for fiscal year 2018. People are asking us at the DC Fiscal Policy...

DC’s Phelps High School Trains Future Designers

People who assume that buildings are designed may not realize that the same is true for our open spaces and parks. In most cases,...

ANC 6C Report – May 2017

First District Commander Morgan Kane briefed Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) 6C at its May meeting on several police issues around the community, including the...

Are Mosquitoes Exploiting DC’s Building Boom?

The Southwest neighborhood of the District is a busy place. More than 50 development projects are planned or underway in the area, including The...

Burrows Under the Hill

There is a rat problem on Capitol Hill, and it has only grown over the last few years. No, this is not another story...