Wednesday, August 08, 2012

Howard University freshmen moving in this Saturday, 08-11-2012; some street closures

On Aug 7, 2012, at 10:10 PM, Maybelle Bennett <m.t.bennett@verizon.net> wrote:

From Howard University's Maybelle Taylor Bennett:
Good evening Neighbors:
           
Wanted to give you a heads-up on the move in day for our freshmen. Please share this information with our other neighbors.
        
Thanks.
     
Maybelle
                                 
Begin forwarded message:
                      
From: Howard University Department of Public Safety
Date: August 7, 2012 6:11:43 PM EDT
To: AllStudents <AllStudents@Howard.edu>, AllEmployees-HU-Only <AllEmployees-HU-Only@Howard.edu>
Subject: Freshmen Student Move-In Street Closures/No Parking
            





Please be advised that Howard University’s Freshmen Student Move-In will be held on Saturday, August 11, 2012, starting at 8:00 a.m. Listed below are the authorized street closures/no parking during this event (open for emergency vehicles and Metro buses).
                     
No Parking/Street Closures:
4th Street, NW between W Street & Harvard Street – 12am to 6pm
6th Street, NW between Girard Street and W Street – 12am to 6pm
Bryant Street, NW between Georgia Ave and 2nd Street – 12am to 6pm
College Street, NW between 6th Street and 4th Street – 12am to 6p
Howard Place, NW between Georgia Ave and 6th Street – 12am to 6pm
Fairmont Street, NW between Georgia Ave and 6th Street – 12am to 6pm
Girard Street, NW between Georgia Ave and 6th Street – 12am to 6pm
2668 – 2699 5th Street, NW – 12am to 6pm
Euclid Street, NW between 15th Street and 16th Street -12am to 6pm
                                  
No Parking:
500 block of Gresham Place, NW - begin at the corner of 5th Street on Gresham Place, NW and ends two parking spaces above the alleyway- 12am to 6pm


1 comment:

  1. Yeap the students have moved in. You should have seen 100 block of adams st nw last night. As a matter of fact you can. Here is the video of what it looked and sounded like at 1:30 in the morning. The police told me there was a party of 300 on North Capitol that had to be broken up and then the 300 tromped through the streets of bloomingdale. Here is the video http://youtu.be/iXPecAXOabw

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