At its regular meeting on Nov. 19, 2014, Advisory Neighborhood Commission 2A (“ANC 2A” or “Commission”) approved the RE: Off-Campus, Non-Police Patrols by G.W.U. in Foggy Bottom and the West End resolution.
With seven of eight commissioners present, a quorum at a duly-noticed public meeting, the Commission voted (7–0-0) to approve the resolution. To view the Advisory Neighborhood Commission 2A’s letter to GWU President Steven Knapp containing the entire resolution click here.
Equinox recently purchased the Sports Club/LA at 22nd & M Streets NW. As a result, some policies are changing, But there is still time to take advantage of significant discounts on memberships! If you are a member of the Foggy Bottom Association, you can join the Club with an exclusive rate – but only until Monday, November 30.
For more information, or to arrange for an appointment, please contact Carly Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (202) 974‑6610.
Rats have become an enormous problem in the District of Columbia. Each and every one of us is responsible for keeping the rat population under control.
Rats basically need three things to survive: food, water, and shelter.
According to noted urban Rodentologist Bobby Corrigan, PhD, the key to rodent control is sanitation. Rats can travel some distance and climb significant heights in search of food. They can chew through just about anything if given enough time. They need only 1–1/2 ounces of food daily to thrive – and they eat almost everything.
In an effort to confront this growing problem in our neighborhoods the Foggy Bottom Association has put together a two-page guide detailing everything you need to know. Click Here to view the FBA’s Control Rats Save Lives pamphlet.