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Howard University Development

Please see the attached presentation by the Urban Land Institute for the Howard University School of Divinity, at 14th and Taylor Streets NE. Please see SLIDE #46 for the Conceptual Site Plan of the proposed development on what is referred to … Continue reading

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Spring Bloom

Hyacinths (foreground) and daffodils (background), planted in Fall 2014, are blooming. Other areas of the park are budding as well.  The Spring clean-up of the park is planned for Saturday, 23 April 2016, 9-12 am.

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Excelon/Pepco Settlement Agreement

Attached are Key Features of the proposed Exelon/Pepco Settlement Agreement, the Settlement Agreement Comparison Chart and Settlement Agreement PowerPoint.  These documents are from the Consumers Services Division, Office of the People’s Counsel for the District of Columbia. Settlement Agreement PowerPoint … Continue reading

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MPCA Announcement – St Josephs Seminary

The following announcement is from the Executive Committee of the Michigan Park Citizens Association (MPCA). Michigan Park Citizens Association (MPCA) will comment on specific proposals and plans for development of the property surrounding the Saint Josephs Seminary, 1200 Varnum Street … Continue reading

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Allison Street Traffic Study

Please see the attached Allison Street Traffic Study along 1200 and 1300 blocks Allison Street NE. The detailed traffic analysis was completed in October, 2015 by concerned Michigan Park neighbors who formed a working group to address traffic issue. ASTS … Continue reading

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Brookland/Michigan Park Ranked 17th Nationwide

The 20017 Zip Code (Brookland/Michigan Park) was named the 17th most competitive neighborhood NATIONWIDE for homebuyers (out of 30), based on various criteria, as illustrated below.  What’s really striking is almost 70% received multiple offers and 33% sold above list … Continue reading

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Saint Anselm’s Abbey

The Washington Post recently reported that Saint Anselm’s Abbey ranked FIRST among 115 area high schools according to America’s Most Challenging High Schools. The ranking is based on a combination of Advanced Placement courses, International Baccalaureate and Advanced International Certificate of … Continue reading

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Community Garden

Recent renovations at Turkey Thicket Recreational Center and grounds include the additional of a community garden. Fifteen raised garden beds of approximately 4’ x 8’ in size were constructed and enclosed within a fence.  The enclosed photograph of the garden … Continue reading

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Turkey Thicket

Heavy equipment to include trucks with drilling rigs and backhoes have been active the past several months on the playing fields of Turkey Thicket. Since late 2013, several rigs have been drilling at the grounds, a gravel path had been … Continue reading

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Michigan Park One Of DC’s Top 5 Neighborhoods

We already knew that Michigan Park is a great place to live, so we weren’t too surprised when Redfin ranked Michigan Park as the second hottest neighborhood in Washington, DC. Redfin, an online real estate brokerage, based their rankings on the … Continue reading

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