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Not much big news these days, but here's some tidbits, most of which are links that I've Tweeted in the past few days:
* The BID and the Washington DC Economic Partnership held a "Capitol Riverfront Storefront Summit" on Tuesday morning, which The Hill is Home summarized, with quotes from the owners of Cornercopia and the Subway on Second Street. No splashy announcements of new retailers, though.
* The WBJ's Top Shelf blog pivoted off of the summit to write about Justin's Cafe at Velocity, which the owner now says "hopes to open in about two months from now."
* UrbanTurf asks: How do People Like Living in "Capitol Riverfront"?
* Beyond DC went to the Columbia Heights streetcar meeting on Monday, and posted more details about DDOT's plans. The Ward 7 public meeting is tonight, at 650 Anacostia Ave., NE, from 7 to 8:30 pm.
* The Bullpen is still selling tickets for its big Halloween night bash, from 9 pm to 1 am (with a fully heated tent!). An e-mail says that more than 400 tickets have been sold.
* The American Cancer Society is hosting Making Strides for Breast Cancer, a 5K walk to fund breast cancer research, at Nationals Park on Saturday. Two laps around the stadium, and one inside lap on the First Concourse. (I think I've done that walk a whole bunch of times over the past four years!)
* The council's Committee on Finance and Revenue has scheduled a November 12 hearing on the pending bill that would allow the city sell bonds to pay for phase 3 infrastructure work at Capper. (Though I don't see the hearing notice online yet.) For more about this, read my entry from a few days back.
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Lovethehood says: (10/29/09 9:02 PM)
JDL,

What is the deal with street parking around onyx, capital yards, and velocity? What zone is it? Where are the dang signs? This is getting to be a real mess! I have a Zone 6 sticker and still receive parking tickets. I've emailed Tommy Wells to inquire. Am I off concerning the zone? I talked to the folks at Onyx and they said that it is zone 6 and residents should be able to park outside free as long as it's not a game day?

what gives?

LTH




JD says: (10/29/09 9:12 PM)
There is no residential Zone 6 parking west of Second Street. All those streets in the areas you mentioned are commercial zones, with meters, and do not allow exceptions for residents. The folks at Onyx are incorrect.

See my parking page:
link

The purple-shaded streets are the only ones where Zone 6 residential permits are honored.


B in DC says: (10/30/09 9:03 AM)
JD,

Have you heard anything else about the concert hall that was looking for space in DC and potentially on Half Street? Just curious as whether there has been any news on that lately. Thanks.


JD says: (10/30/09 12:01 PM)
Nope, haven't heard anything more about the concert hall.

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