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Council Unveils Latest Phase of Expansive Participatory Government Efforts

September 21, 2016 --  Read More »


Council Begins Sprint to the Finish for Council Period 21

September 21, 2016 --  Read More »


Robert White Sworn in as At-Large Councilmember

September 19, 2016 --  Read More »


Emergency Legislation for September 20, 2016 Legislative Meeting

September 15, 2016 --  Read More »


Easy, User-friendly Access to the DC Code Now An Official Website Feature

July 13, 2016 --  Read More »


The DC Statehood Process, via the Tennessee Plan, Waltzes On

July 13, 2016 --  Read More »


Emergency Legislation for July 12, 2016 Legislative Meeting

July 7, 2016 --  Read More »


After a Deep Dive on Council Procedure, Legislation is Passed, and Postponed

June 29, 2016 --  Read More »


Be a Plaque Detective: Help Sleuth Out the Final Details Regarding our World War II Plaque

June 28, 2016 --  Read More »


Emergency Legislation for June 28, 2016 Legislative Meeting

June 23, 2016 --  Read More »


Budget and Minimum Wage Bills Receive Final and Unanimous Council Approval

June 21, 2016 --  Read More »


Emergency Legislation for June 21, 2016 Legislative Meeting

June 20, 2016 --  Read More »


In Time for Flag Day, A Restored and Historic District Flag Returns to the Wilson Building

June 14, 2016 -- Those familiar with the Wilson Building know that a large District flag has hung outside the Council Chamber since 2008, the year of the Building’s centennial. Read More »


Roadmap for the Rest of the Summer

June 8, 2016 --  Read More »


Summer of Love Continues as Consensus Minimum Wage Bill Passes Unanimously

June 8, 2016 --  Read More »


Emergency Legislation for June 7, 2016 Legislative Meeting

June 3, 2016 --  Read More »


Budget and Homeless Shelter Plan Pass Quickly, Unanimously, and Without Controversy

May 31, 2016 --  Read More »


The Mystery is Solved: Council’s Plaque Finally Identified in Time for Memorial Day

May 27, 2016 -- Just prior to Veterans Day in 2010, the Council held a media event seeking the help of journalists and the general public in solving a mystery. The mystery involved a massive plaque listing hundreds of names, damaged when removed for a renovation, and subsequently shunted off and forgotten in a closet. No one remembered much about the plaque, and even after the 2010 event, it remained a mystery. Read More »


Take a Mind-blowing 360° Tour of the Wilson Building on Your Phone, or From Your Desk

May 19, 2016 --  Read More »


In One Fell Swoop, Council Tackles Three Critical and Longstanding Topics

May 18, 2016 --  Read More »


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