Neighborhood group installing a host of cameras to prevent crime

The Citizen’s Association of Georgetown is in the process of installing security cameras throughout Georgetown in an attempt to discourage crime and catch wrongdoers. “We hope that it will be a deterrent in the neighborhood and that we’ll catch people,”… Read More

ANC commissioners, CAG, ask to postpone Campus Plan testimony

Yesterday, two Advisory Neighborhood Commissions and a neighborhood group requested that D.C. Zoning Commission Chairman Anthony Hood postpone community members’ campus plan testimony scheduled for Thursday. According to the Georgetown Dish, the Citizens’ Association of Georgetown and ANC… Read More

Both 2010 Campus Plan petitions have significant flaws

At last Thursday’s special Advisory Neighborhood Commission meeting regarding Georgetown University’s 2010 Campus Plan, D.C. Students Speak—an advocacy group for students in the District—presented a petition to the commissioners in support of the plan. As Scott Stirrett (SFS… Read More

Evans and Altemus respond negatively to proposed Campus Plan

Unsurprising to anyone who has followed Georgetown University’s 2010 Campus Plan—which the University officially filed last week—the Citizens Association of Georgetown and D.C. Councilman Jack Evans have come out against the proposal. In a press release, Evans said he… Read More

University files 2010 Campus Plan, nixes 1789 block housing

Earlier today, Georgetown University filed its 2010 Campus Plan with the District of Columbia’s Zoning Commission. “The plan reflects our fundamental commitments to academic quality, strengthening on-campus community life, protecting and preserving environmental resources and being a good… Read More

CAG sends special edition newsletter outlining opposition to Campus Plan

In case there was any doubt about how the Citizens Association of Georgetown feels about the upcoming Georgetown University Campus Plan, CAG sent a special edition of their newsletter to approximately 4,000 area residents last week. Entitled “GU… Read More

Campus Plan Update: No need to worry, the neighbors still don’t like us

Last Monday, the Citizens Association of Georgetown hosted a forum to discuss proposed changes to city zoning regulations. The meeting, which filled the Letelier Theater, brought Travis Parker of the D.C. Office of Planning to discuss what will… Read More

Jack Evans chimes in on 2010 campus plan at BCA meeting

Thursday night’s Burleith Citizens Association meeting featured an appearance by Ward 2 Councilmember Jack Evans, who answered residents’ concerns about Georgetown’s 2010 campus plan. While standing between two of the BCA’s ubiquitous “Our Homes, Not GU’s Dorm” lawn… Read More

University responds to 2010 Campus Plan opposition

7/8 UPDATE: It looks like the University switched out Dimolitsas’s letter for a more-detailed chart [PDF]. At the bottom of this post, we’ve republished a copy of the original letter. On Tuesday, a Georgetown University official finally responded… Read More

Design your own 2010 Campus Plan sign

Our trip into Burleith yesterday got us thinking about a few things. Why should the residents be the only ones who get to have fun with signage? How can students get involved with the 2010 Campus Plan? And… Read More