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Holy Trinity Expansion Approved by Zoning Board

By Penny Hung June 10, 2013

Holy Trinity School received Board of Zoning Adjustment approval for a proposed expansion Tuesday. The elementary school, located on 36th street near Georgetown’s East Campus, proposed a third floor...

New Zoning Laws Could Help Out Down Dog Yoga

By The 4E Staff and The 4E Staff March 19, 2012

If there is one thing D.C. might have more of than cupcake shops, it's yoga studios. However, according to current D.C. zoning regulations, some of the open studios may be in violation of the law. After...

Frustration Persists in Wake of Zoning Delay

By Braden McDonald February 14, 2012

After the D.C. Zoning Commission announced a third deferral of its ruling on the university's 2010 Campus Plan Thursday, representatives of both the neighborhood and university voiced exasperation at the...

Postponing Positive Town-Gown Relations

By The Editorial Board February 14, 2012

Last Thursday's hearing was supposed to be the final one for Georgetown's 2010 Campus Plan, which has been before the D.C. Zoning Commission for more than a year. But for the third time, the commission...

Campus Plan Ruling Postponed to April 30

By Braden McDonald February 10, 2012

The D.C. Zoning Commission decided to delay its ruling on the university's 2010 Campus Plan until April at what was intended to be the sixth and final hearing on the plan Thursday night. The meeting...

Hotel Will Become a Dorm by 2014

By Hiromi Oka January 27, 2012

The university plans to convert the Georgetown University Hotel & Conference Center in the LeaveyCenter into a dormitory by the fall of 2014, two years earlier than previously expected. Administrators...

Zoning Commission Extends Hearing Date

By Glenn Russo June 21, 2011

The D.C. Zoning Commission extended the 2010 Campus Plan testimony  on Monday night to allow for additional testimony by the District Department of Transportation. The commission voted 5-0 to grant...

Students Fight for Campus Plan

By Mariah Byrne January 21, 2011

The two-year battle over the university's campus plan came to a head Thursday night, as students joined administrators and neighbors for a public meeting held by the Advisory Neighborhood Commission-2E. Attendees...

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