25 May 2011

When's That At-Large Council Race Again?

[Thus far, we have offered our readers perspectives on redistricting from ANC 6B Commissioner Brian Flahaven and Ward 6 Councilmember Tommy Wells.  Today we turn to Hill East resident and THIH contributor Tim Krepp for his perspective.] As many of you already know, I, and many of the eastern fringe of Capitol Hill, may soon […]

29 Mar 2011

ANC 6A's March Meeting

ANC 6A had a relatively light agenda for March.  The meeting began with approvals for a number of recommendations by the ANC’s committees.  First was a grant for $1,767 to the Maury Elementary PTA for the purchase of 3 overhead projectors that are otherwise out of scope for what is available to purchase through regular […]

02 Mar 2011

Your Corner of Capitol Hill: Meet your ANC Rep

An abundance of trash on your street? Cars driving too fast in your neighborhood? Looking for a way to get more involved in the community? Your Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner is here to help (and yes, he/she ran for the position knowing it was unpaid!) This week, Sharee Calverley Lawler (ANC 6A 05) tells us about […]

10 Dec 2010

Some Options Students Moving to Satellite

Options Public Charter School, the city’s oldest charter school, serves at-risk students from its campus at 14th & E Streets, NE.  Currently 70% of Options students have some sort of special need, according to the school’s Executive Director, Dr. Donna Montgomery.  At the start of this school year, 30 students with the diagnosis of conduct […]

12 Nov 2010

ANC 6A Meeting Recap: Started Quiet but Ended With A Poisoned Apple

If you’ve been following the ANC 6B goings on, then you know what I mean when I say that the Twitter summary of last night’s 6A meeting could be: Yes to liquor, No to stern schoolmasters.  But before we get to that …

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