Maryland and Virginia senators also want to ride a safe Metro.
Instead of its usual schedule of quirky films, the group’s website states: “Due to unforeseen circumstances, the WPFS is on a short hiatus until further notice.”
Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton, D-D.C. has called the possible legislation, which would ban red light and speed cameras, an intrusion into local affairs.
A unanimous city vote Tuesday marked a turning point in an ugly struggle that had dragged on for more than four years between food truck operators and brick-and-mortar restaurant owners.
Pete Ross will spend the night in prison instead of serving out the typical low-level punishment of probation and a fine, after pressing for a stricter sentence to stress the city’s lack of voting rights, according to DCist.
Frederick Butler submitted a notice of intent Jan. 11 to call for a special election offering voters a chance to boot alumnus and Mayor Vincent Gray and D.C. Council Chairman Kwame Brown. But his notable absence from Wednesday’s hearing prompted the board to postpone recall talks, and Butler said he will pick up petitions to distribute Feb. 13, DCist reported.
Mayor Vincent Gray said in a response obtained by DCist that he considers it “ill-advised” to hold a recall “given the cost entailed in holding a city wide special election and the progress the Gray administration is making in a number of areas critical to the future of our city.”
“If you choose to use the left side of the escalator you had better be able to make it to the top because nobody wants to wait for you,” the signs read.
A water main break in Foggy Bottom has caused authorities to shut down parts of Pennsylvania Avenue near 20th Street, as well as parts of I Street near 20th and 21st streets, according to the DCist. Authorities expect the areas of 21st Street between K and Pennsylvania Ave. to “remain a mess throughout the morning,” […]