The legislation would authorize Mayor Muriel Bowser to enter into an agreement with the BIDs and Main Streets programs for snow and ice removal from sidewalks, curb cuts and crosswalks in their district or program area during a snow emergency.
The D.C. Council went into an emergency session Tuesday to vote on how to repay $55 million spent on snow removal during one storm this January.
More than 250 employees worked on-site from the beginning of the weekend until Monday to serve students and help with the clearing and treating of roads.
GW needs to remember the obstacles commuter students face when deciding whether to cancel class or not.
But more than 20 inches of snow didn’t stop D.C. residents from finding some fun on their snow days.
GW classes, events and other activities taking place at noon or afterward Friday are canceled.
It’s all anyone in D.C. can talk about – snow, snow, snow.
The snow is predicted to begin during the day on Friday, with the worst conditions overnight and into Saturday.
Students hoping to fly out of D.C. for spring break on Thursday might be out of luck.
The University will reopen Wednesday after canceling classes because of snow Tuesday.