Advisory Neighborhood Commission 4C has it’s next meeting on Wednesday, March 13th, 6:30-9pm at the Petworth Library. Their draft agenda is below:Read More
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Advisory Neighborhood Commission 4D's February meeting will be on Wednesday, February 20, 2019, beginning at 6:30 pm at the Washington Latin Public Charter School (5200 2nd St NW). The draft agenda is below:Read More
This year, I’d like to help you love your neighbor. I’m giving away dozens of free treats, tagged with neighborly sweet nothings, to remind Petworth residents how much you care. Stop by Lulabelle’s Sweet Shop to pick one up to give to your neighbor — and as a bonus, register to win a free gift basket from Lulabelle’s!Read More
Residents who live on or near the 4200 block of Illinois Avenue organized a meeting on Monday night, January 7th to discuss their opposition to the proposed location of a new Bikeshare station on their block.Read More
After a drama-filled election, Advisory Neighborhood Commission 4C is back in session for its first meeting of the new seated commissioners on Wednesday, January 9th at 6:30pm at the Petworth Library. Here is their draft agenda…Read More
Advisory Neighborhood Commission 4C held its last meeting of the year on Wednesday, December 12th. A fair number of current commissioners will be leaving the ANC, as the new term starts in January, including long-term 4C08 Commissioner Timothy Jones, who served for 22 years. And yes, there was some drama at the meeting. It is 4C, afterall.Read More
The Advisory Neighborhood Commission 4D meets on December 18th at 6:30pm at the Washington Latin Public Charter School in the Multipurpose Room. This will be the last meeting for a number of current commissioners, including Chair Lisa Colbert and Secretary Amy Hemingway.Read More
At the recent Advisory Neighborhood Commission 4C meeting on December 12th, the commission voted to send two letters to DC government requesting an investigation into emails sent by Ward 4 Councilmember Brandon Todd and State Board of Education candidate Rhonda Henderson.
Todd attended the meeting, and spoke on his behalf. This article includes a video of the proceedings.Read More
During the campaign for Ward 4 Member of the State Board of Education, Ward 4 Councilmember Brandon Todd threw his public support and endorsement behind Rhonda Henderson for the open seat. The question and concern, alleges Zach Teutsch, an outgoing commissioner with Advisory Neighborhood Commission 4C, is if Todd used his official DC Council resources resources to help Ms. Henderson try to get elected.
Updated with a statement from CM Todd.Read More