The ANC supported changing the building’s zoning from general public retail to restricted University dining in alignment with GW’s forthcoming dining plan.
Paul Wiedefeld, who served as Metro’s CEO and general manager for more than six years, will step down in June.
Metro officials said they will postpone the return of the 7000-series railcars for about 90 days until they determine the root cause of derailment issues.
D.C.’s ward lines shifted for the first time in 10 years earlier this month, and Ward 2 gained territory in the Shaw neighborhood.
In two separate incidents, GW contractors reported their work vehicles were damaged in a hit-and-run and broken into during a theft.
The Metropolitan Police Department recorded 40 traffic fatalities in 2021, three more than in 2020 and the most since 2007 when 54 people were killed.
The emergency will last until Jan. 26 and allow hospitals to better manage an influx in COVID-19 patients in light of recent staffing shortages.
Officials are prepared to implement an “isolation-in-place strategy” on campus if the COVID-19 caseload exceeds isolation housing capacity.
The “GW-branded” U-Pass cards will be valid starting Jan. 10 through the end of the semester in May.
Metrobus service will drop to 75 percent of its regular levels Monday, and officials will eliminate some weekday routes.