Category Archives: Washington D.C.
By Brad M. Barna I will often ask clients what they think is the most important thing that common interest community associations do. Many will say maintaining desirability via maintenance of common areas. Others will say the provision of amenities is most important or that the protection of a common aesthetic by regulating architectural design […]
On November 23, 2020, the Mayor of the District of Columbia announced the tightening of certain “Phase 2” restrictions due to increased community spread of the COVID-19 virus, as well as data suggesting that private gatherings significantly contribute to the transmission of the virus. These Phase 2 modifications start November 25th. The complete text of […]
To fight the spread of the COVID-19 virus, D.C. Mayor Bowser issued two new orders on July 22: Order 2020-079 extending the public health emergency to October 9, 2020; and Order 2020-080 expressly requiring DC residents to wear masks in both indoor and outdoor circumstances, including while in transit. This Order expressly requires that people […]