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“Dear PoPville,

We stripped the paint off our 100 year old house and repointed. However, once the paint was removed, we discovered what looks like concrete smeared all over the bricks. Our masons used muric acid and a brush, and tried to power wash the concrete off using a little bit of pressure, but they claim they can’t get the concrete off further. They say that power washing with more pressure will damage the bricks, and sanding the bricks or chiseling the bricks will break them. Read More

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2052 West Virginia Avenue, NE. Photo by Atlas Brew Works

From a press release:

“Solar-powered craft brewery, Atlas Brew Works is excited to debut its much-anticipated winter patio just in time for colder weather. Atlas’ Ivy City Brewery & Tap Room has outfitted its patio with firepits and cozy couches so guests can continue to drink their beers comfortably outdoors. Navy Yard residents will have similar views soon as Atlas Half Street Brewery & Tap Room will add electric heaters to its expansive patio in the coming weeks. Read More

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“Dear PoPville,

Have you heard any news on the 2021 VPP program (Visitor Parking Pass)? I think they usually start registration by now.”

Ed. Note: Been starting to get a few queries about this, I’ve emailed DDOT and will update when I hear back but I assume that because we are still in Phase Two, with most parking restrictions suspended, things have been pushed back. When registration does go live, I’ll be sure to do a new post.

Update From DDOT: “Changes are coming to the Visitor Parking Pass program for 2021! In the meantime, please keep your 2020 pass if you have one.”

Oh, the anticipation.

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Yesterday there were 21,552 total positives.

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From the Mayor’s Office:

“The District’s reported data for Monday, November 30, 2020 includes 133 new positive coronavirus (COVID-19) cases, bringing the District’s overall positive case total to 21,685.

The District reported that five additional residents lost their lives due to COVID-19.

· 50-year-old male
· 74-year-old female
· 75-year-old female
· 75-year-old female
· 78-year-old male

Tragically, 685 District residents have lost their lives due to COVID-19.

Below is a summary of the District’s current ReOpening Metrics.” Read More

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