Editor's Notebook: Targeting Landlords, New Businesses and More

A look at a few of the most notable stories this week on Georgetown Patch.

New Partnership Hopes to Take on Delinquent Landlords

Neighbors and students will join forces on a new Georgetown Community Partnership committee to attack the problem of delinquent landlords and illegal rentals. Patch details the plight of many inexperienced renters and digs up information on landlords on the "properties of concern" list created by GU.

New Businesses Galore

A jewelry store, a restaurant and a bowling alley are all going before the Advisory Neighborhood Commission on Monday. Read up on plans from Alex and Ani, Fiola Mare and Pinstripes now so you can speak out at the meeting. 

Other local news you may have missed:

  • Police offer advice on preventing theft in public and avoiding package theft from your home.

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