Thursday evening will be the first test that the recently filed Georgetown University 2010 Campus Plan will need to go through before it goes to the D.C. Zoning Commission in April.
The special Advisory Neighborhood Commission meeting—which will be held at nearby Duke Ellington School—begins at 6:30 p.m. and will likely include speakers from the Citizens Association of Georgetown, the Burleith Citizens Association, and, of course, the ANC commissioners themself.
Jake Sticka (COL ’13), a newly elected member of the ANC, said in an interview with Vox that the special meeting will focus solely on the plan and will be used to help draft a resolution from the ANC. The resolution will not be voted on until the next regular meeting of the ANC at the earliest.
Sticka also noted that public input—including students—is likely to be the focus of the evening.