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Council Approves Redistricting Map Tuesday in Final Vote

The new ward boundaries were unanimously approved on a second vote by DC Council with one last-minute change. Ward 7 Coucnilmember Vincent Gray (D),...

Committee Proposal Reunites Kingman Park in Ward 7

At a press conference Monday, Dec. 6, DC Council Chairman Phil Mendelson announced that changes would be proposed to the redistricting plan put forward...

Opinion: Ward 6 Councilmember Risks Prolonging Homelessness and Displacement

Aug. 3, 2021 was a jubilant day for homelessness advocates. The DC Council passed a new fiscal year budget with a historic amount of...

Redistricting Draft Map Analyzed

The DC Council Redistricting Subcommittee unanimously approved its Final Redistricting Map on Nov. 18 realigning the city’s eight wards. The map makes major changes...

Commentary: More Balance Needed in Redistricting Map

Change is hard and even more so when it comes without being asked for and nearly two years into a global pandemic. But with...

ANC 6B Special Call Meeting on Redistricting Wednesday

Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) 6B  is calling a special meeting next Wednesday, Dec. 1, to provide for discussion of the map released by the...

Draft Redistricting Maps Released

The DC Council’s Redistricting Subcommittee Committee released three draft maps on Nov. 1, in advance of its Nov. 3 Ward 6 hearing. The subcommittee...

The ABC’s of Redistricting

DC Council is gearing up for the start of the often-contentious redistricting process, undertaken by every state (and DC) every ten years. Normally, redistricting...

Ribbon-Cutting at Eliot-Hine Kicks off 2021 School Year

The ribbon was cut on the newly modernized Eliot Hine Middle School (1830 Constitution Ave. NE) Monday, celebrating not only the new building but...

What’s in the FY2022 Budget for Ward 6?

During last year’s FY2021 District budget discussions, DC Council cut spending as the pandemic devastated the economy and the federal government shorted the District’s...
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