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FEBRUARY 17, 2016
 
orangetheory fitness opens

Orangetheory Fitness opened on January 19th at 425 I Street with its highly regarded workout system. Orangetheory offers 60-minute sessions split into intervals of cardiovascular and strength training with heart rate monitors to track intensity and maximize metabolic burn. The intensity is based on your heart rate, so Orangetheory Fitness is for anyone — whether you are new to fitness or a professional athlete. Each class is different, and every session is energetic. Month-to-month memberships with no enrollment or cancellation fees are available.  Free "intro only" classes are held on Saturdays and Sundays at 12:45, or take any class to experience the "Orange Effect" and "After-Burn". You can sign up for classes here.

the clean team vs. snowmageddon
 
The MVT CID Clean Team took on the January blizzard and the storms that followed and received kudos and thank you’s from all around the Triangle for their hard work and dedication. Members of the team stayed overnight at the CID’s office throughout the blizzard, working to stay ahead of the blowing snow and keeping sidewalks and ramp cuts clear.  Our property owners did an excellent job as well, complying with the District’s new Winter Sidewalk Safety Act, and contacting the Clean Team to ask for a hand (and a shovel) when the owners themselves couldn’t get to the property. The Winter Sidewalk Safety Act imposes a fine on District property owners who fail to remove snow and ice from the sidewalks, curb cuts and curb ramps abutting their property within 8 hours of day light after snow has stopped falling. Click here for the DC Snow Team website.
solar panels installed at city vista

More than 100 solar panels have been installed at the K at City Vista, completing a two-year project coordinated by the building’s condo board that is designed to make the popular condominium more sustainable. The project was done through the Ward 6 Solar Co-op, which gave the condo a 30% discount off the price of the system. K at City Vista condo board president and ANC 6E Commissioner, Marge Maceda, said the system should pay for itself in approximately five years and will lower condo fees for the building’s residents. For more information on the solar panel install, click here to read the article by DC Sun.

 
congratulations to new clean team lead - bobbie truesdale
 
The MVT CID congratulates Clean Team member Bobbie Truesdale on his promotion to Team Lead. Bobbie came to us through the Ready to Work job training program at Central Union Mission and has worked with the Clean Team for more than a year and a half.  Bobbie’s work ethic and willingness to go the extra mile are evident to everyone he works with. He leads by example, always with a smile and a hearty laugh to brighten the day. Bobbie spends his free time with his daughter and four grandchildren. Please join us in congratulating Bobbie on his promotion and we look forward to his continued commitment to the MVT CID, its residents, businesses and visitors.
best bets for winter kids activities

The snow was exciting at first but as the cold and icy weather became more mundane, we asked Kids in the Triangle (KITT) founder, Michelle Martin, for some great activities for kids during the winter. Check out her picks:
Want to stay up to date on everything "kids" in the MVT? Contact Michelle at kidsinthetriangle@gmail.com.
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