I hope you and your family had a great Memorial Day weekend and were able to take a moment to remember the many DC residents and Americans who have made the ultimate sacrifice in service to their country.
Ward 6 is home to the most public housing in the District, including Greenleaf Gardens
It's been quite a spring so far. From the frenzy of budget hearings and votes to some heartbreaking losses on our streets, I've had the opportunity to talk with a lot of Ward 6 residents about a big range of issues.
Today, Councilmember Charles Allen (Ward 6) introduced a bill overhauling the District’s approach to reducing the number of deaths of pedestrians, cyclists, and drivers.
Ahead of tomorrow’s 12 pm budget mark-up vote on funding recommendations for the 22 agencies within the Committee on the Judiciary and Public Safety, here’s what Committee Chair Councilmember Charles Allen is recommending. The full 228-page budget report can be viewed here.
The DC Housing Authority released a request for proposals (RFP) to redevelop Greenleaf Gardens and Seniors Housing, which provides 493 deeply-affordable homes for Ward 6 residents in the heart of Southwest.
Lack of transit equity in road design leads to high speeds, pedestrian and bicycle fatalities over past 8 years with no action
Today is Emancipation Day in DC - a District of Columbia holiday that marks the anniversary of 3,100 enslaved people being freed in the District of Columbia 157 year ago - eight months before President Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation. It's an important opportunity to remember the path that lead us to where we are today, and if you've never really learned what the day is all about, here's some helpful reading.
The Semi-Annual DC Career Fair returns to Arena Stage in Ward 6. Read on if you're looking to begin a new career or if you're looking to hire for your business.
It's officially spring (and Opening Day for the Nationals)! Get ready to see Ward 6 neighborhoods truly shine as flowers and trees bloom once again. And, of course, it means the city undertakes both Alleypalooza and Potholepalooza repairs after a long winter. I'd really love to see the same "-palooza" treatment applied to our sidewalks, crosswalks, and bike lanes. Call it whatever you'd like, but I'm in favor of putting that same energy into improving pedestrian safety with a Crosswalkpalooza! A quick reminder - I'll be holding office hours tomorrow near Eastern Market at Radici.