GM received this great photo from reader Michael Kessler this weekend. It’s of a house on 33rd just north of Prospect. They’ve painted several spots on the front of their house with the six colors they’re apparently considering to use to repaint their house. They’re asking neighbors to vote on which color to use by leaving a chalk mark on their pick.
So far they’ve got a bunch of votes, but the slightly darker blue-gray is pulling ahead of the slightly darker taupe, which is far back in 2nd place.
This looks like such a popular experiment that it might end up having a larger voter turnout than the actual election we’re holding next month. GM’s only half kidding about that.
This may be a great new model for design approval in Georgetown. We could ditch the Old Georgetown Board. You want a new roof? Put up four photos and some chalk. It could work…