A wrap-up of the CAG meeting on the 2010 Campus Plan, Part 2

Earlier today, we ran a post about the general sentiment that the Citizens Association of Georgetown and residents feel toward the 2010 Campus Plan draft that the University presented in November, as shown in the first public meeting… Read More

ANC Wrapup: Welcome back, boozehounds!

Hope for single beer sales springs eternal Everyone’s favorite Advisory Neighborhood Commission returned this summer after their summer recess. Like any good Georgetown reunion, the most exciting parts involved alcohol. Last year, the D.C. Council approved a ban… Read More

Georgetown residents form two new groups to address town-gown issues

The West Village People: like this, but more concerned about trash and student noise With the battle over Georgetown’s 2010 campus plan starting to heat up, a couple of new neighborhood groups have been formed to defend the… Read More

Georgetown to enforce new, stricter trash and recycling policies for townhouses

A few months after neighbors got so fed up with off-campus students’ trash that they started clandestinely taking photos of violations and submitting them to D.C. trash inspectors (and after the issue was raised in meetings about Georgetown’s… Read More

Renewable Energy Turns Me On surveys campus recycling bins, finds them lacking

Over on the greener side of the Georgetown blogosphere, EcoAction’s Renewable Energy Turns Me On just conducted an informal survey of recycling bins on campus, and the findings aren’t pretty. Renewable Energy Turns Me On visited Walsh, Healy,… Read More

Have your say on the Ten Year Plan, town-gown relations and same-sex marriage, all in one week!

Does this look like something you could talk about for 6+ hours? Totally! For those of you still in D.C., there are a few upcoming community meetings you should know about. Hot topics include the University’s 2010 Campus… Read More

Georgetown neighbors taking seemingly secret photos of students’ trash

He reaps what you sow Students had better start doing an improved job of bagging their trash, if a community email chain is any indication. Early last week, the overflowing trash cans on the 1300 block of 35th… Read More