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DC Voters Push Forward for Statehood & Georgetown Elects ANCs

November 9, 2016

Voters in the District voted overwhelmingly to approve the referendum to make DC the 51st state.

 

In Georgetown, six Advisory Neighborhood Commissioners (ANC) in Ward 2 were elected for two-year terms: Ed Solomon, Joe Gibbons, Rick Murphy, Lisa Palmer, Jim Wilcox, Monica L. Roaché, and Zachary Schroepfer. Jack Evans ran unopposed for council member. 

 

These commissioners review all development in the historic district and all local liquor licenses. They work to improve parking and traffic; to repair streets and sidewalks; to gain a citizen voice into street closings for things like utility cuts, road races and movie filming; to increase public safety; and to recognize outstanding contributions to the community.

 

Complete DC election results here

 

 


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Former Neams Market Still on the Market

October 27, 2016

Sivan Properties has decided to sell the site of Marvelous Market and formerly Neam’s Market to a local seller.

 

According to Washington Business Journal"The company has since determined that the property would be better suited in the hands of a buyer that's based in D.C. and has more familiarity with the vagaries or trying to lease or redevelop here, said Josh Feldman, vice president of investments for Marcus & Millichap's Feldman Group, which is marketing the property." 

 

"The property has been on the market for two weeks, and we have not yet selected any buyer so the property is still available at this time."

 

Read more here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Katherine Hooker Trunk Show at Susan Calloway Oct. 15

October 11, 2016

Susan Calloway Fine Arts Gallery brings a taste of London to Georgetown with a trunk show from designer Katherine Hooker on Saturday, October 15, 2016.

 

The Katherine Hooker London brand is synonymous with elegant lines and flattering tailoring, and is popular with clients such as the Duchess of Cambridge, Pippa Middleton and Taylor Swift. The latest collection which will be available at the trunk show takes classic styles, and gives them new modern forms such as the Maxi Coat, Tasha Jacket, and the Cass Jacket. Aristocratic, sophisticated, and easy to wear pieces are designed to take customers effortlessly from city to country and from day to evening.

 

For those wanting the next level in bespoke, there is Katherine Hooker’s custom-made service. Customers can choose from this season’s fabric collection to customize and create their own beautiful classics. Orders take from four to six weeks depending on fabric availability.

 

Susan Calloway Fine Arts Gallery is located at 1643 Wisconsin Avenue in Georgetown.


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