Events Rescheduled to Sunday (Oct 30)

A few events in the neighborhood have been rescheduled due to today’s snow. LeDroit Park Oktoberfest, Sunday, in the park, from 11-5. Common Good City Farm Harvest Festival https://garden.locker10.com/civicrm/event/info?reset=1&id=423 Join the Bloomingdale LeDroit Dog Park Association for “Halloween CuteFest: Puppies on Parade” being held on Saturday, October 30, starting at 3:30. Bring your costumed pooch… More Events Rescheduled to Sunday (Oct 30)

DPW News Release-SNOW

TODAY’S DRY RUN FOR DC’S SNOW TEAM PREPARES STAFF FOR SATURDAY’S POSSIBLE SNOW EVENT (Washington, DC) The DC Snow Team (Department of Public Works and Department of Transportation) conducted its “Dry Run” today, giving heavy and light plow truck drivers and other equipment operators the opportunity to practice their skills before the first snowfall, which… More DPW News Release-SNOW

Walk with Angels Thursday at 8pm

From: MPD-5D@yahoogroups.com [mailto:MPD-5D@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of John Ayala Sent: Wednesday, October 26, 2011 8:19 PM To: MPD-5D@yahoogroups.com Subject: Re: [MPD-5D] Neighborhood walk with the Guardian Angels To the First and O Street, NW Community, On October 20 at 8 pm, members from the community walked with the Guardian Angels.  I would like to thank G Bonilla;  Glen,… More Walk with Angels Thursday at 8pm

Full Yum’s Liquor Store License Application Denied

On Monday, October 24, 2011, ABRA held a public hearing pertaining to Full Yum’s application for a Type A liquor license (full service liquor store). The Bates Area Civic Association, Hanover Civic Association, Eckington Civic Association, 5C ANC, and individual neighbors had filed protests. During the hearing, Kyle Thomas represented the individual protests, Margaret Steven… More Full Yum’s Liquor Store License Application Denied

Preliminary BACA November 7 Meeting Agenda

Meeting Agenda 7 PM, Mt. Sinai Church, 1615 3rd St NW Entrance at the Corner of 3rd and Q ST NW (not main entrance)  7:00 PM I.          Meeting Called to Order                                             Geovani Bonilla, President II.         Review of Last Meeting Minutes                                David Hall, Recording Secretary III.                Treasurer Report                                                        Margaret Stevens Special Guests            7:15pm –… More Preliminary BACA November 7 Meeting Agenda

$140 Million in Redevelopment Projects Have Started in Our Community

$140 million dollars will begin to transform our community over the next twenty four months. These projects will help transform four key corners of our neighborhood. $2.4 Million in parks and recreation. During his time as Chair of the Parks and Recreations Committee, Council Member Thomas was able to allocate $1.4 million for the Florida… More $140 Million in Redevelopment Projects Have Started in Our Community

Neighborhood Shows Strong Support at the 5th District CAC Recogntion Dinner

We are excited. So far, there are 12 members of the Bates Area Civic Association attending the 5th District’s Police Citizen’s Advisory Council Recognition Dinner. During this annual event, we recognize the men and women of the 5th District Police Department and honor their contributions to our neighborhoods and safety. The event takes place on… More Neighborhood Shows Strong Support at the 5th District CAC Recogntion Dinner