DC TENLEYTOWN COMMUNITY DEMANDS SAFER ROADS

DC Tenleytown Community Demands Safer Roads A coalition of parents, local Advisory Neighborhood Commissioners, and commuters is demanding safer streets in DC’s Tenleytown neighborhood. Tenleytown is a fast-growing mix of businesses, residential apartments, and two of this city’s largest public schools, Deal Middle School and Wilson Senior High. Unfortunately, the streetscape design has not changed […]

Grab Your Shovel – DC’s New Tougher Snow Laws

Grab Your Shovel – DC’s New Tougher Snow Laws After a record warm winter, DC’s tough new snow removal laws may get their first test this week. Property owners who used to rely on evaporation – or just wait for spring to melt snow and ice – could get a $150 fine if their sidewalks […]

Student Campus Personal Injuries on the Rise

Student Campus Personal Injuries on the Rise A chemistry classroom explosion at Woodson High in Fairfax, Virginia last month seriously injured six students, part of an alarming uptick in school campus injuries. Poorly trained instructors and inadequate lesson planning are blamed for the Woodson explosion and fire. A similar explosion burned five students in a Denver […]

DC Will Fine Building Owners Who Fail to Shovel Snow

DC Will Fine Building Owners Who Fail to Shovel Snow It may be hot out, but DC officials are planning new fines for commercial property who fail to shovel snow. Property owners have just eight (8) hours after snow has ended to clear their sidewalks, steps, paths and parking lots. Commercial property owners face fines […]