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B22-0663IntroAs introduced, this bill approves amendments to the Framework Element in the Comprehensive Plan Framework Amendment Act of 2018. The 2006 Comprehensive Plan is the District's 20-year blueprint for laying the framework for the growth and development o...
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2018-03-20
Public Hearing Held
B22-0635IntroAs introduced, this bill revises the location of the District's Ward 1 Short-term Family Housing program to 2500 14th Street, NW., adds units to the shelter, and also adds housing for seniors.
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2018-03-14
Public Hearing Held
B22-0579IntroAs introduced, this bill permits hospitals who meet certain eligibility criteria to operate helicopter landing pads as a matter of right.
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2018-03-12
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B22-0468IntroAs introduced, this bill clarifies that domestic partnerships are also affected by the same provisions that affect marriage regarding policemen, teachers and firemen's retirement and disability. It addresses how 401(a) plan monies may be transferred ...
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2018-03-07
Public Hearing Held
PR22-0717Intro1125 Spring Road, N.w., Disposition Approval Resolution Of 2018
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2018-03-05
Public Hearing Held
PR22-0629IntroWaterfront Station Ii Disposition Approval Resolution Of 2017
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2018-03-05
Public Hearing Held
B22-0632IntroAs introduced, this bill doubles the required amount of affordable housing and expands the affordability levels to households earning at or below 30% and 50% of the area median income, to be completed with the development project located at 1530 Firs...
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2018-03-05
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B22-0609IntroAs introduced, this bill allows for the disposition of two pieces of real property known as portions of Lots 809, 810, and 814 in Square 744S which correspond with the disposition and development of 125 O Street, S.E. and 1402 1st Street, S.E.
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2018-03-05
Public Hearing Held
PR22-0728IntroReal Property Tax Appeals Commission Mr. Donald Issac, Jr. Confirmation Resolution Of 2018
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2018-02-26
Roundtable Hearing Held
B22-0586IntroBILL SUMMAY - As introduced, this bill symbolically designates the alley located between 10th Street N.E. and 11th Street N.E., and Constitution Avenue, N.E., as Al and Mary Arrighi Way. The alley is located in Ward 6.
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2018-02-26
Public Hearing Held
B22-0531IntroAs introduced, this bill designates the alley that runs east and west between the 3100 blocks of Warder Street N.W. and Park Place N.W., and the 300 blocks of Kenyon Street, N.W., and Irving Street, N.W., as Lois Mailou Jones Alley. The alley is loca...
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2018-02-26
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B22-0518Introbill summary - As introduced, this bill designates the alley at the intersection of the 1800 blocks of 4th and 5th Streets N.W., and 400 blocks of Florida Avenue and T Streets N.W., as Ernest Everett Just Court. The alley to be designated is in Ward ...
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2018-02-26
Public Hearing Held
PR22-0730IntroReal Property Tax Appeals Commission Ms. May S. Chan Confirmation Resolution Of 2018
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2018-02-26
Roundtable Hearing Held
PR22-0729IntroReal Property Tax Appeals Commission Mr. Gregory C. Syphax Confirmation Resolution Of 2018
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2018-02-26
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B22-0629IntroAs introduced, this bill designates the park located at 3rd and L Streets, N.E., in Ward 6 as "Swampoodle Park".
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2018-02-26
Public Hearing Held
B22-0538IntroAs introduced, this bill designates the alley located between the 500 blocks of 13th and 14th Streets, S.E., and the 1300 blocks of E Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, S.E., as Watkins Alley. The alley is located in Ward 6.
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2018-02-26
Public Hearing Held
PR22-0727IntroReal Property Tax Appeals Commission Ms. Cliftine Jones Confirmation Resolution Of 2018
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2018-02-26
Roundtable Hearing Held
PR22-0731IntroReal Property Tax Appeals Commission Mr. John N. Ollivierra Confirmation Resolution Of 2018
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2018-02-26
Roundtable Hearing Held
B22-0557IntroAs introduced, this bill symbolically designates the 1200 block of Saratoga Avenue N.E., in Ward 5, as Israel Baptist Church Way.
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2018-02-26
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B22-0117IntroAs introduced, this bill designates the alley between Massachusetts Avenue and C Streets N.E., as Walter Alley. The alley to be designated is in Ward 6.
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2018-02-26
Public Hearing Held
B22-0664IntroAs introduced, this bill designates the school bounded by Nicholson Street, SE, Prout Street, SE, 22nd Street SE, and Minnesota Avenue, SE, in Ward 8, as Lawrence Boone, Sr. School.
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2018-02-26
Public Hearing Held
B22-0591IntroAs introduced, this bill exempts property owned by SOME, Inc., located at 1338 R Street, N.W., and known as Anna Cooper House, from the Tenant Opportunity to Purchase Act of 1980. This property provides affordable long-term housing to its residents.
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2018-02-23
Public Hearing Held
PR22-0746IntroThe Spanish Education Development Center Revenue Bonds Project Approval Resolution Of 2018
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2018-02-21
Roundtable Hearing Held
B22-0695EnrollPools Without Penalties Emergency Act Of 2018
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2018-02-20
Retained by the Council
B22-0698IntroDistrict Of Columbia Public Library Independent Lease Authority Amendment Act Of 2018
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2018-02-20
To Council Education Committee
B22-0693EnrollChild Neglect And Sex Trafficking Emergency Amendment Act Of 2018
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2018-02-20
Retained by the Council
PR22-0754IntroChild Neglect And Sex Trafficking Emergency Declaration Resolution Of 2018
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2018-02-20
Retained by the Council
B22-0694EngrossChild Neglect And Sex Trafficking Temporary Amendment Act Of 2018
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2018-02-20
Retained by the Council
B22-0696EngrossPools Without Penalties Temporary Act Of 2018
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2018-02-20
Retained by the Council
B22-0680EnrollDefending Access To Women's Health Care Services Congressional Review Emergency Amendment Act Of 2018
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2018-02-20
Retained by the Council
PR22-0753IntroDefending Access To Women's Health Care Services Congressional Review Emergency Declaration Resolution Of 2018
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2018-02-20
Retained by the Council
PR22-0755IntroPools Without Penalties Emergency Declaration Resolution Of 2018
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2018-02-20
Retained by the Council
B22-0697IntroMazie Washington Way Designation Act Of 2018
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2018-02-20
To Council Committee of the Whole Committee
B22-0382PassAs introduced, this bill authorizes the issuance of tax increment financing bonds to support infrastructure and retail parking pools for supplemental parking for a portion of the land located within the Union Market area.
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2018-02-15
Law Number L22-0058 Effective from February 15, 2018
B22-0280PassAs introduced, this bill closes an alley in Ward 6. The alley is located in Square 772 bounded by M Street, N Street, 3rd Street, Florida Avenue, and 4th Street.
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2018-02-15
Law Number L22-0055 Effective from February 15, 2018
B22-0652EnrollExtension Of Time To Dispose Of 8th & O Streets, N.w., Temporary Act Of 2018
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2018-02-15
Transmitted to Mayor, Response Due on March 2, 2018
B22-0295PassAs introduced, this bill finds that a portion of the public alley bounded by New York Avenue to the North, Brentwood Parkway to the East, Penn Street to the South and 4th Street to the west, is unnecessary for alley purposes and orders it closed. The...
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2018-02-15
Law Number L22-0056 Effective from February 15, 2018
B22-0553EnrollAs introduced, this bill permits a member of the Public Employee Relations Board to serve 3 consecutive terms. Currently, a member may only serve up to two consecutive terms
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2018-02-15
Transmitted to Mayor, Response Due on March 2, 2018
B22-0552EnrollAs introduced, this bill classifies hearing examiners within the Office of Employee Appeals as legal service employees.
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2018-02-15
Transmitted to Mayor, Response Due on March 2, 2018
B22-0335PassAs introduced, this bill lifts the moratorium regarding full-service grocery stores and their ability to obtain a Class B retailer's license.
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2018-02-15
Law Number L22-0057 Effective from February 15, 2018
PR22-0739IntroChanges To District Government Employee Pay Schedules Approval Resolution Of 2018
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2018-02-14
Committee Report Filed
B22-0500IntroAs introduced, this bill requires the Mayor to issue a motor vehicle identification tag promoting breast cancer awareness and establishes fee amounts for the identification tags. The bill specifies that the fees shall be deposited in the Community He...
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2018-02-14
Public Hearing Held
B22-0013PassAs introduced, this bill clarifies which accident and traffic data the Mayor will report to the Council and when an all-terrain vehicle or dirt bike may occupy public space in the District. The bill also specifies that the presence of workers is unne...
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2018-02-14
Transmitted to Congress, Projected Law Date is April 18, 2018
B22-0580IntroVeterans Specialty License Plate Amendment Act Of 2017
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2018-02-14
Public Hearing Held
B22-0464PassAs introduced, this bill authorizes the Mayor and the Council to make appointments to the Washington Metrorail Safety Commission Board of Directors.
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2018-02-14
Transmitted to Congress, Projected Law Date is April 18, 2018
B22-0521PassBIL SUMMARY - As introduced, this bill exempts from taxation certain property owned by the National Community Reinvestment Coalition. The excluded properties are 740 15th Street, N.W., and 727 15th Street, N.W.
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2018-02-14
Transmitted to Congress, Projected Law Date is April 18, 2018
B22-0420IntroAs introduced, this bill authorizes the Captive Insurance Agency to procure certain policies of insurance, and clarifies that the bill does not limit or waive the District's sovereign immunity or common-law defenses to litigation or claims that may b...
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2018-02-14
Committee Report Filed
B22-0428PassAs introduced, this bill authorizes the District to issue general obligation bonds or bond anticipation notes to finance planned capital projects and, as necessary, refund existing debt during fiscal years 2018 through 2023, not to exceed $4.2 billio...
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2018-02-14
Transmitted to Congress, Projected Law Date is April 18, 2018
B22-0419IntroAs introduced, this bill establishes a fund, the Subrogation Fund. The fund would be administered by the Chief Risk Officer and would be used for expenses relating to the repair and replacement of damaged or destroyed District property. Revenue from ...
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2018-02-14
Committee Report Filed
B22-0482IntroAs introduced, this bill expands the authority and clarifies the responsibilities of the Long-Term Care Ombudsman. It also restricts certain persons from serving as the Long-Term Care Ombudsman and exempts the Office of the Ombudsman from certain rep...
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2018-02-14
Committee Report Filed
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