Editor's Notebook: Mice at Dean & Deluca and Debating Wisconsin Avenue
A look at a few of the most notable stories this week on Georgetown Patch.
It was a rough 24 hours for Dean & Deluca Wednesday into Thursday. The market and cafe on M Street were both closed by health inspectors and cited with 19 health code violations, including the presence of mouse and rat droppings and roaches. They reopened by the end of the day Thursday. Read more here.
Readers had a lot to say about the Wisconsin Avenue streetscape that reduced the overall number of lanes in Glover Park. At 30 comments and counting, if you read the article, you may want to check out what your neighbors had to say. Some of you think the changes are an improvement, others think DDOT needs to change it back. What do you think?
Other news you might have missed:
- Court Suspends Muth's Right to Represent Himself, Reinstitutes Attorneys
- DSW Coming to Georgetown
- DC Design House Benefits Children's National Medical Center for 6th Year
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