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The Georgetown Post Office and Performance Parking

Photo by Wayan Vota. Last week, GM briefly mentioned that he thought the ideal solution for the Georgetown Post Office garage situation would incorporate performance parking. GM thinks that deserves a bit more explanation. That’s because the Georgetown Post Office … Continue reading

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Georgetown Leaders Considering Performance Parking

The Georgetown Current reported yesterday that various Georgetown leaders have been meeting recently to consider revamping Georgetown’s parking regulations. According to author Carol Buckley, members of the ANC, the BID and CAG are part of the ad hoc group. The … Continue reading

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Why Not: Bring “Performance Parking” to Georgetown?

If there’s one thing people (both resident and visitor alike) complain most about Georgetown, it’s parking. Residents can’t reliably park close to their homes and visitors circle blocks over and over looking for a spot to leave their car for … Continue reading

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Would You Support Resident-Only Parking?

There is a proposal being discussed for Georgetown to adopt some form of resident-only parking. It’s unclear whether the plan will come to fruition, but it’s worth surveying the neighborhood: is this something you’d like? Resident-only parking works like this: … Continue reading

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Meeting on Parking Tomorrow Night

Photo by Matt Hurst. Tomorrow night at 6:30 pm at Hardy School, DDOT will be hosting a forum on parking issues for the Georgetown community. GM knows that sounds incredibly dry and boring, but this will actually be interesting! The … Continue reading

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Should There Be A Georgetown-Specific Parking Permit?

Georgetown leaders have been long contemplating bringing performance parking to Georgetown. Part of that proposal would involve setting aside certain blocks of parking for residents only. But such a plan raises an interesting issue, one that applies to our current … Continue reading

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Parking Reform Q & A

As mentioned here and at the Georgetown Current, leaders in Georgetown are considering developing a proposal to be sent to DDOT to reform the way in which on-street parking is administered. GM has laid out his own vision for such … Continue reading

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ANC Preview: Co-working With Some Booze

The ANC meets for its March session next Monday at 6:30 at Visitation. The agenda is below, but here are some highlights: Co-working is all the buzz recently. And now Georgetown will get a new spin on that concept with … Continue reading

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Georgetown Has the Most Ticketed Block. Good.

Photo by M.V. Jantzen. The Georgetowner recently passed along a report that tabulated the blocks in DC where the most parking tickets are issued. And right at number one is the 1000 block of Thomas Jefferson St. in Georgetown. This … Continue reading

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No Annual Visitors Passes in Georgetown

Photo by ThisisBossi. As the Georgetown Patch pointed out the other day, unlike their Ward 3 neighbors, Georgetowners don’t get an annual visitors parking pass. If a Georgetowner has a guest coming, they may obtain a temporary parking pass, but … Continue reading

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