Tomorrow: Councilmember Allen to Hold Public Roundtable on District’s Enforcement of Dangerous Driving
On Tuesday, May 23, Councilmember Charles Allen, Chair of the DC Council’s Committee on Transportation and the Environment, will convene a public oversight roundtable on the District’s efforts to enforce the laws around dangerous driving and hold drivers with demonstrated patterns of excessive speeding, stop sign running, and other dangerous behaviors accountable.
Here Is What Is In The FY24 DC Budget For Ward 6 Neighbors.
The Council just took the first of two votes on our revisions to the Mayor's proposed FY24 budget -- in total, more than $19.7 billion, with about $10.7 billion in local dollars.
With As Much As $3.5 Billion Coming to DC, Councilmember Allen to Hold Roundtable on the District’s Build Back Better Task Force and Spending Federal Infrastructure Funds
On Wednesday, May 17, Councilmember Charles Allen, Chair of the DC Council’s Committee on Transportation and the Environment, will convene a government witnesses-only oversight roundtable on the D.C. Build Back Better Infrastructure Task Force, which was created by the Mayor in March 2022.
Media Advisory: Councilmember Allen to join residents at River Terrace Community for site visit on home electrification
UPDATE: See media coverage of the River Terrace Community site visit from WUSA9 and NBC Washington.
Councilmember Allen Introduces Restaurant and Small Business Recovery Legislation
Bill Introduced During Small Business Week and on Same Day as Council Approved Allen’s Food Delivery Fees Legislation
Committee on Transportation and the Environment to Consider Budget Recommendations Thursday at 12:30 PM
Budget Includes Tying ATE Fines to Street Safety, Funding for Metro for DC, Vision Zero, BEPS, E-Bikes, Clean Energy for Businesses and Residents, and More
Ward 6 Neighborhood Update: 4-21-23
Well, it's been a beautiful spring, even if the temperatures are jumping all over and the tree pollen gives everything a lovely green/yellow sheen.
Letter from Councilmember Allen Re Proposed Sweep of Opioid Abatement Fund in FY24 Budget
Press Release: Low-Wage Families Who Don’t File Taxes May Be Leaving Monthly Cash Payments on the Table
Under the District’s Brand New Monthly Basic Income Program, EITC-eligible Families Need Only File Taxes to Be Enrolled Automatically in Receiving Monthly Cash Payments from the District