The zoning fight that wasn't
Last night, the Citizens Association of Georgetown hosted a debate between the Office of Planning’s Travis Parker and the Committee of 100′s Nancy MacWood over the proposed zoning code rewrite. While GM billed the affair as a potential fight between two rival ideologies, what actually took place was a very respectful, high-minded, and detailed discussion. The event performed a great service for the neighborhood, even if it didn’t provide the fireworks that GM was expecting.
Up first for the evening was Travis Parker. He had the task of explaining what this was all about in the first place and what his office was setting out to do:
[Continue reading Topher Mathews's post here at The Georgetown Metropolitan.]
Topher Mathews blogs at The Georgetown Metropolitan . The Local Blog Network is a group of bloggers from around the D.C. region who have agreed to make regular contributions to All Opinions Are Local.
| November 23, 2010; 12:50 PM ET
Categories: D.C., D.C. politics, Georgetown, Local blog network
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