November Commissioner Newsletter

Friends and neighbors, November has been a busy month! Here are a few things the Commissioner has been up to over the past few weeks: Touring Local Businesses: I was pleased to have to have toured Alternative Solutions Marijuana Cultivation Center last week alongside Woodridge South Civic Assn. President Carlos Davis and fellow Commissioner Treadway. The secure facility is just one … Continue reading November Commissioner Newsletter

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2015 DC Student Leadership Summit at GWU

All college students in DC are invited to attend this FREE quarterly summit on November 14th from 2-4pm at George Washington University (room TBD). Meet other area college students and discuss important policy decisions, development projects, and changes affecting their respective universities. There will also be discussions on citywide and nationwide policies affecting DC’s college students. … Continue reading 2015 DC Student Leadership Summit at GWU

Join Monday’s Slow Down Campaign: Help Keep Our Kids Safe!

Monday is the first day of school in Washington, D.C. and the Mayor's office needs your help! On Monday, drivers throughout the District will need to be more aware of speed limits, especially now that young people of all ages will be commuting to school via bus, metro, or walking. Please join us early on Monday morning to … Continue reading Join Monday’s Slow Down Campaign: Help Keep Our Kids Safe!

Statement on proposed service cuts to the B8, B9 buses

I am incredibly disappointed that WMATA plans on eliminating the B9, B8 bus routes. As Commissioner for Woodridge South, Langdon, and Woodridge, I will fight to oppose these proposed changes. In order to foster truly livable, walkable,and environmentally sound communities, residents in 5C02 need more access to public transportation, rather than less. Considering that Woodridge South, Langdon, and Fort Lincoln … Continue reading Statement on proposed service cuts to the B8, B9 buses

Help #ClearTheShelters! Adopt From a Participating Shelter this weekend!

On August 15 join a nation wide push to find homes for deserving pets in need. Many of our local shelters have cut or completely waived the cost of adoptions for August 15 and you can take a new dog, cat, puppy, kitten or even bunny(!) home with you for a reduced price or even … Continue reading Help #ClearTheShelters! Adopt From a Participating Shelter this weekend!

Walmart job application session | Aug. 12th

The Department of Employment Services is offering a pre-screening/application event for the new Walmart at the American Jobs Center-NE (Bertie Backus) location on August 12th. The new Wal-Mart facility is set to open at Riggs and South Dakota (close to Ft. Totten metro station) and will be hiring approximately 300 associates for a variety of … Continue reading Walmart job application session | Aug. 12th

Statement on the “Local Resident Voting Rights Amendment Act of 2015”

I am pleased that my Councilmember's committee has finally found the time to review Councilmember David Grosso's bill - the Local Resident Voting Rights Amendment Act of 2015 which would enfranchise roughly 53,975 permanent resident immigrants who reside legally in Washington, DC. Co-introduced by Councilmembers Allen, Nadeau, Evans and Silverman, this bill would allow D.C. … Continue reading Statement on the “Local Resident Voting Rights Amendment Act of 2015”