Photo by M.V. Jantzen.
Good morning Georgetown, here’s the latest:
Last night, DDOT held an open house on the Circulator here in Georgetown at Pinstripes. GM was particularly interested to attend as he is unhappy with some of the proposed changes to the lines. The good news is that the changes won’t be bad as GM worried, at least not for a while.
In short, GM is worried about the proposal to chop up the Circulator line that currently goes through Georgetown. Under the plans GM was originally worried about, the line would be extended to National Cathedral and then split in two, with the National Cathedral leg traveling through Georgetown but only as far east as McPherson. The line from Union Station would still come to Georgetown, but only lower Georgetown. It would no longer head north of M St. Continue reading
This Friday, the Citizens Association of Georgetown is holding its annual gala. Like last year it will take place at the elegant Italian embassy on Whitehaven St. Keeping with the Italian theme, the style of the night will be of Sinatra-era swing.
There are a bevy of incredible prizes up for auction. They include: