Monthly Archives: November 2011

Parking Meters in Anacostia

I want to thank the residents and community leaders who have contacted me about the installation of parking meters on Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue in Anacostia. Let me begin by saying that I have directed our staff to remove … Continue reading

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A True Community Construction Project

One of the highlights of the week for us was the ribbon cutting celebrating the restoration of Old Market House Square in historic Anacostia. What it lacked in fanfare and glitz, was more than made up for by the community … Continue reading

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Celebrating the Anacostia Riverwalk Trail

It’s hard to miss the largest infrastructure project DDOT has ever undertaken – the current construction of the new 11th Street Bridges – but there is another impressive project underway along the banks of the Anacostia River that hasn’t gotten … Continue reading

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A Land Where Bikes Rule the Road

At a Council hearing on Wednesday, November 2, there was a great deal of discussion about how to make cycling safer in the District. The testimony included calls for greater protections for bicyclists, better enforcement of existing laws and the installation … Continue reading

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