01 Nov 2018

DC:

DDOT wants Residents to Weigh in on Dockless Bike Regulations

Have you noticed there are fewer of the free-roaming dockless bikes in the neighborhood? A ‘bike gone rogue,’ painted a subtle white, was even removed from my alley. In July two bike share companies pulled out of the city, citing the new regulations that require dockless bikes be locked to signs or bike racks. Weren’t […]


27 Oct 2018

DC:

Got Unwanted Medications? Today is Takeback Day!

Did you know? Today, October 27, you can safely dispose of all those prescription medications you’ve been storing under the sink or in your medicine cabinet (or empty shoebox, or carriage house, or safe deposit box?… I don’t know where else you’d keep them). Why a special day to dispose of medications? Several reasons: Some […]


31 Aug 2018

DC:

Does Your School Have Artificial Turf? Read this

Since the spring of 2017, a group called DC Safe Healthy Playing Fields has been advocating for the District to stop the use of synthetic turf and poured-in-place (PIP) playing surfaces made of recycled rubber. Please read the letter that DC Safe Healthy Playing Fields, along with 22 endorsing organizations, sent to Mayor Muriel Bowser this […]


24 Jul 2018

Events:

Memorial Ride for Malik Habib 7/31

Karen Ramsey has been a DC area resident off and on since 1994 and is currently a denizen of Trinidad neighborhood. There is now a white painted bicycle at the intersection of H Street and 3rd Street NE. The evening of June 23, 2018, Malik Habib was killed there after a charter bus driver struck […]


21 Jun 2018

DC:

Don’t Fall for DC Water Scams

A big heads-up to neighbors in Ward 6 and in the rest of the District: Make sure you don’t fall for fake DC Water employees trying to steal your personal information or gain access to your home. DC Water wants you to know that they will never send a technician without first receiving a customer […]


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