Tuesday, March 12, 2019

another DC Water response to the NEBT project: delayed project start date, parking

See the latest in a long long Email exchange with DC Water regarding the Northeast Boundary Tunnel (NEBT) project in the neighborhood.

From: Hadiah Jordan
Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2019 4:13 PM
To: Natasha
Subject: RE: MAJOR CONCERNS: PARKING and TREE REMOVAL


Good afternoon, Natasha.

While the construction was scheduled to begin March 11, there is a delay in the permitting process. We continue to work with the department of transportation and other agencies to make the process as smooth as possible. We will update you as soon as we have information about the parking restriction period and the date for work to begin. We also understand the distance the APA is from your home. We are investigating the best options for helping residents manage the distance safely. We will follow up with residents on that detail as well.

Hadiah

Hadiah S. Jordan, Senior Public Outreach Coordinator | DC Clean Rivers Project | DC Water | Hadiah.Jordan@dcwater.com

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From: Natasha
Sent: Monday, March 11, 2019 8:01 AM
To: Hadiah Jordan <Hadiah.Jordan@dcwater.com>
Subject: RE: MAJOR CONCERNS: PARKING & TREE REMOVAL




Thanks Hadiah – questions below:

  1.  Parking – which days this week will be 24 hour restrictions on both side?  I urgently need to make alternative parking arrangements and would appreciate a bit more specificity regarding exactly which days, and when this restriction begins. 
  2. Interim parking – I’ve noted my concerns many times that the Bryant Street APA is in a dangerous area where I don’t feel safe walking home from at night, as I’m often at the office late.  Please specify soonest able what my alternatives are to this arrangement, or I’m expected to pay out of pocket and bill the city.  If the latter, how will that work?
  3. Tree restoration – looking forward to more detail on tree restoration, and the exact plan/timeline for this.
Copying in my Council Member’s office.

Thank you,

Natasha



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