Morning Rundown

by Andrea Swalec November 13, 2014 at 9:10 am 0

Pennsylvania Avenue

‘There Is No Such Thing as Capitol Hill East!’ — ANC 6B runner-up Peter Gould is organizing neighbors against the proposed creation of the Capitol Hill East Historic District. The designation would “handcuff homeowners,” he wrote. [Gould for Hill]

Wells’ Pedestrian Bill Postponed — A City Council panel postponed action on the “contributory negligence” bill supported by Tommy Wells. The policy would affect cyclists’ and pedestrians’ legal rights when they are injured in car crashes. [Washington Post]

Housing Authority Headquarters Overhaul — The process of turning the Housing Authority building at 1133 N. Capitol St. NE into a mixed-use complex is advancing. A development team has been chosen. [Washington City Paper]

Van Ness Elementary School Reopening — Public meetings will be held soon on reopening plans for the school at 5th and M streets SE. [JD Land]


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