Lease agreement at 2215/2219 Adams Place NE Being Withdrawn

In response to the community’s advocacy the mayor is withdrawing the proposed contract for the lease agreement at 2215/2219 Adams Place NE. The community alerted Councilmember McDuffie to their issues with this contract and he discussed it with the Mayor and filed a Disapproval Resolution.  Yesterday, the Councilmember met with Deputy City Administrator Donahue and […]

Councilmember Anita Bonds introduces Advisory Neighborhood Commission Proof of Residence Amendment Act of 2017

    Councilmember Anita Bonds introduces Advisory Neighborhood Commission Proof of Residence Amendment Act of 2017 At Tuesday’s Council Legislative Session, Councilmember Anita Bonds introduced the Advisory Neighborhood Commission Candidate Proof of Residence Amendment Act of 2017, to require prospective candidates for Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner (ANC) to provide documentation demonstrating that the candidate in fact resides within the Single-Member District […]

WARD 5 DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE

WARD 5 DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE   NOTICE OF ELECTION OF OFFICERS July 17, 2017 (6:00 – 8:00 PM)   On Monday, July 17, 2013, in accordance with Articles III, V & VI of the Constitution and By-Laws of the Ward 5 Democratic Committee, the Ward 5 Democratic Committee shall hold its Biennial Meeting for the purpose […]

Councilmember McDuffie not having it!

Councilmember McDuffie issued the following statement on the inflammatory flyers that were posted and left on cars in parts of Ward 5 Sunday Night on June 25, 2017. “Let me state in no uncertain terms that bigotry is not welcome in Ward 5 or the District of Columbia. I have spent my career fighting for civil […]

Mayor Bowser Kicks Off “Back to Basics DC”

This article was reprinted from the DC.gov website. *** Mayor Bowser kicked off Back to Basics DC, a celebration of the day-to-day work that keeps Washington, DC running. During Back to Basics DC, the Mayor will highlight the work of DC government employees, showcase innovations in service delivery, and share information about how the community […]

Extreme Heat Message from Mayor Bowser

With temperatures on the rise and expected to remain high throughout the week, the DC Government is urging residents to stay safe. The Department of Human Services (DHS), in collaboration with the District of Columbia Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency (HSEMA), activated due to unsafe weather conditions as a result of extreme heat. The plan […]

Serve DC is Offering FREE CPR/First-Aid/AED Training!

Serve DC knows firsthand that volunteer engagement and response is critical in the event of an emergency, and its preparedness programs ensure residents have the skills and resources necessary to serve their communities in times of crisis. Training people how to respond to and prepare for emergencies is part of our core mission. Serve DC is […]

Mayor Bowser to Kick Off Renovations at Martin Luther King, Jr., Memorial Library

Mayor Bowser to Kick Off Renovations at Martin Luther King, Jr., Memorial Library Removal of the Martin Luther King, Jr., Mural will Mark Beginning of the $208 Million Project                                                                                                                              On Thursday, June 8, at 11:00 a.m., Mayor Muriel Bowser will highlight the removal of the 56-by-7 feet oil painting at Martin Luther King, Jr., […]