Federal Tax Counter:
The Committee on Finance and Revenue will hold a public roundtable on the matter of the Ingleside Presbyterian Retirement Community, Inc. Revenue Bonds Project, which would authorize and provide for the issuance, sale and delivery in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $30 million of the District of Columbia revenue bonds in one or more series and to authorize and provide for the loan of the proceeds of the bonds to assist The Ingelside Presbyterian Retirement Community, Inc. ("Ingelside at Rock Creek") in the financing, refinancing or reimbursing of cost associated with an authorized project pursuant to section 490 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act. The project is located at several properties located on Military Road N.W., in Ward 4, and includes the refunding of a series 1998 issuance, and the financing of pre-development costs for renovation, construction and expansion of facilities.
The Committee on Finance and Revenue will hold a public hearing on the following legislation:
The Committee on Transportation and the Environment will hold its March Regular Meeting to consider the following legislation:
The Committee on Human Services will hold a public hearing on the following legislation:
The Committee on Business, Consumer, and Regulatory Affairs will hold a hearing on the following legislation:
The Committee on Education will hold a public roundtable on language immersion education for middle and high school grades.
The Committee on the Transportation and the Environment will hold a public hearing on the following legislation:
Committee of the Whole Regular Meeting
Committee on the Judiciary and Public Safety Regular Meeting
Committee on Health Regular Meeting
The Committee on the Transportation and the Environment will hold a public oversight roundtable on the Department of Parks and Recreation's permitting program. The Department of Parks and Recreation issues permits for the use of 116 athletic fields and dozens of other recreation centers and facilities. In October 2013, Councilmember Cheh convened a task force of stakeholders and community leaders to review the agency's permitting process and make recommendations for improvement. The purpose of this Roundtable is to receive the task force's report and discuss permitting at the agency.
The Committee on Transportation and the Environment will hold a roundtable on sustainable food policy in the District. Last year, the Mayor and the District Department of the Environment released the Sustainable DC Plan. In addition to many other environmental topics, the plan examined food policy and included 3 food-related goals and 17 food-related action items. The full plan can be found online at http://sustainable.dc.gov/finalplan. The purpose of this Roundtable is to discuss the status of this plan and related food policy issues.
The Committee of the Whole will hold a public hearing on the following legislation:
Committee on Education Regular Meeting
Business, Consumer, and Regulatory Affairs Regular Meeting
The Committee on the Transportation and the Environment will hold a public oversight roundtable on the District's benchmarking results and energy use in existing buildings in the District.
Committee on Government Operations Regular Meeting
Committee on Economic Development Regular Meeting
Committee on Human Services Regular Meeting
Committee on Transportation and the Environment Regular Meeting