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DC DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY & ENVIRONMENT — The Mayor directed the DC Department of Energy and Environment (DOEE) to designate portions of both islands as a State Conservation Area and the southern area of Kingman Island as a Critical Wildlife Area. The State Conservation Area designation mimics the federal covenant for the islands, restricting their use to environmental, educational, and recreational purposes. In addition, the Mayor also announced a new $4.7 million investment for educational and recreational improvements on the islands.

DC POLICY CENTER — Will Millennials stay in the District when they start a family? D.C. policymakers have been fighting for decades to get young people to move downtown. They sure did come, and more of them than policymakers ever expected. But the long-term growth of D.C.’s population and tax base depends on them staying into their thirties and forties—and that depends on there being enough family-sized housing that today’s young people can afford.

Books for America

As part of our 25 Acts of Kindness, the Full Circle Committee organized and hosted a book drive for Hickok Cole Architects and the local Georgetown Community. We donated 545 books, 233 CDs, 96 DVDs, 3 cell phones, and 1 laptop to Books for America. This included several large donations from industry partners and passers-by who noticed the sign in our lobby. Continue reading

Textile Preview with Suzanne Tick

Hickok Cole’s interiors group met with design extraordinaire Suzanne Tick this morning at the Tandus showroom in Georgetown to hear about her design process and preview several new textiles from her collection. Continue reading