|Written by Columbia Heights News|
|Wednesday, 08 August 2007|
We have just posted a series of updates to our website that have long been overdue. We are very sorry for the long delay in posting updates to this site. In May, we became proud new parents of a beautiful, healthy baby. It's a boy! Most of our time and energy over the past few months have been spent caring for a newborn that is in constant need of attention while juggling our careers. It has been exceedingly difficult to focus on other things including this website. As most of you know, running Columbia Heights News has been more-or-less a hobby of ours. We have full-time careers outside of this project. Columbia Heights is probably the most dynamic community in all of Washington, DC. So much can happen in a blink of an eye let alone a few months. We were just floored by the flurry of activity that swept across Columbia Heights during the months that we were scrambling to adjust to our new lifestyle as parents.
Our son is now three months old and after countless sleepless nights, diaper changes, and feedings, we are starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel. Things are starting to stabilize to the point where we are comfortable with allocating some of our time to updating Columbia Heights News.
Even with the lack of updates to the main Columbia Heights News website, we were extremely pleased to see just how much our Community Forum had been flourishing. From this resource alone, you could have stayed on top of some of the more significant developments in our community.
In regards to the recent updates we have made to this website, most of our postings were geared toward new retail developments. The vast majority of emails we received over the past few months pertained to this. For better organization and to faciliate future reference, we have back-dated all of our postings to when we actually received the news.
The following are articles we have posted since our long hiatus:
We are contacting developers to get some more updates that we can pass on to you. Just as a prelude, the retail prospects at Highland Park is showing a lot of promise with the possiblity of Hank's Oyster Bar and other good quality dining options. We are also going to stay on top of this Ellwood Thompson's Natural Market development. This is very exciting news.
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