Borderstan Brief

by Sean Meehan August 18, 2015 at 9:00 am 0


Demanding Change at Grant Circle — Petworth residents say DDOT’s proposal to make Grant Circle safer for pedestrians don’t go far enough. [Greater Greater Washington]

Q&A: Garber on Council Run — Borderstan chats with David Garber, former ANC commissioner, about his decision to challenge Vincent Orange for his at-large D.C. council seat. [Borderstan]

Councilmembers Address Crime Spike — Brandon T. Todd (D-Ward 4), Charles Allen (D-Ward 6) and Brianne K. Nadeau (D-Ward 1) all wrote letters to their constituents expressing concern about crimes in their Wards. [Washington Post]

Good Prospects on U Street — New restaurant The Prospect is set to open at the former site of Ulah Bistro near the U Street Metro Station. The sports bar will feature creative takes on stadium food. [Eater]

Possible Leads in Shaw Homicide — Police released video of six persons of interest in connection with the deadly shooting that left an American University graduate dead in Shaw on Saturday. [Borderstan]


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