Category: Ward 2

Who’s the Man behind the Curtain? ‘Mayor’s Agent’ OKs Masonic Temple Lot Division – Role of Planning Dir. Trueblood Questioned

Media release November 23, 2020 Contact Nick DelleDonne 703-929-6656 Who‘s the Man behind the Curtain? ‘Mayor’s Agent’ OKs Masonic Temple Lot Division Role of Planning Dir. Trueblood Questioned   The city’s conflicted process of approving development projects came more sharply into focus on November 6 when the Mayor’s Agent for Historic Preservation approved the subdivision of […]

Dupont East Forum: Candidates Support Open Space, Biker Control, Affordable Housing

Media Release On Sept. 19, 2020 Contact Nick DelleDonne 703 929 6656   Dupont East Forum: Candidates Support Open Space, Biker Control, Affordable Housing   Preserving and creating more open space was a major issue at the At-Large Candidate Forum held Thursday, Sept. 17, by the Dupont East Civic Action Association (DECAA).  Without dissent, candidates called […]

Reminder – DECAA Canidades Forum Tonight – Your Score Card – Questions

DECAA's CANDIDATES FORUM Your Score Card – Questions – see attached and below At-Large Seats on the DC Council Co-Sponsored by  TENAC, DC’s Tenant Advocacy Coalition, Shaw-Dupont Citizens Alliance And The Library Renaissance Project Thurs., Sept. 17, 2020, at 6:30-8:30 P.M. Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82538246632?pwd=QXpXc0JCeG9tMnBZTXlEdEJxVnNHZz09 +1 929 205 6099 US (New York) Meeting ID: 825 3824 […]

Library Users Demonstrate as MLK Closes

Press Alert: District Library Dynamos For Immediate Release: Chris Otten 202 810 2768 MLK Interim Plan for Homeless Services Released Day Before Library Closure: Shows Limited Services and Hours in Far Flung Locations; Library users will demonstrate at the time MLK closes Washington, DC – The Mayor’s Office of Community Relations and Services (MOCRS) today […]

MLK To Close for 3 Years With No Regard to Homeless

Press Alert: District Library Dynamos via DC4RD For Immediate Release: Chris Otten 202 810 2768 “Systematic Failure” to Protect the Homeless by Council and DC Public Library Leadership; Testimony at Recent Council Hearing Requests Postponement of MLK Library Closure Washington, DC — On Wednesday, February 22, 2017, the DC Council Committee on Education held a […]