Week 6/5-6/9

Monday 6/5

Date Introduced

Sponsor(s)

Title

Number Assigned

Committee Assigned

Date Circulated

Date of

Official Action

6/2/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Proposed contract with Turner Construction Company in the amount of $135,000,000 to provide design-build services for the phased modernization and renovation of Coolidge Senior High School at 631 5th Street N.W.

CA

22-158

Retained with comments from the Committee on Transportation and the Environment and the Committee on Education 

6/5/17 10 day review begins 6/5/17 deemed approved 6/15/17
6/5/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Modification to Contract No. CW44171 with Enlightened, Inc. Approval and Payment Authorization Emergency Declaration  Resolution of 2017

PR

22-289

Withdrawn
  6/5/17 6/6/17
6/5/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Modification to Contract No. CW44171 with Enlightened, Inc. Approval and Payment Authorization Emergency Declaration  Resolution of 2017

Bill

22-265

Withdrawn
  6/5/17 6/6/17

 

Tuesday 6/6

Date Introduced

Sponsor(s) Title

Number Assigned

Committee Assigned

Date Circulated

Date of

Official Action

6/5/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor

Proposed contract with Revolution Foods, Inc.  in the amount of $1,891,733.88 to provide breakfast, lunch and snack meals for the Department of Recreation's(DPR) Summer Food Service Meals Program

CA

22-159
Retained with comments from the Committee on Transportation and the Environment  6/6/17 10 day review begins 6/6/17 deemed approved 6/16/17
6/5/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Proposed contract with Maximus Human Services, Inc. in the amount of $1,324,211.22 to provide Work Readiness and Placement services for the participants in the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program 

CA

22-160
Retained with comments from the Committee on Human Services 6/6/17 10 day review begins 6/6/17 deemed approved 6/16/17
6/5/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Proposed contract to exercise Option Year One (1) with AT&T Mobility National Accounts, LLC in the not-to-exceed amount of $5,200,000.00 to continue providing AT&T wireless services and related accessories to the Government of the District of Columbia 

CA

22-161
Retained with comments from the Committee on Government Operations 6/6/17 10 day review begins 6/6/17 deemed approved 6/16/17
6/5/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Proposed contract to exercise Option Year Three (3) with Milestone Therapeutic Services in the amount of $2,638,195.00 for Occupational and Physical Therapy Services 

CA

22-162
Retained with comments from the Committee on Education 6/6/17 10 day review begins 6/6/17 deemed approved 6/16/17
6/5/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Proposed sole source contract with Lutheran Social Services of the National Capital Area  in the amount of $1,271,384.54 to provide residential foster care and social services to refugee, asylee, human trafficking and special immigrant juvenile (SIJ) youth who fall under the category of unaccompanied refugee minor (URM) and are placed in the custody of the District of Columbia

CA

22-163
Retained with comments from the Committee on Human Services 6/6/17 10 day review begins 6/6/17 deemed approved 6/16/17
6/5/17 Councilmember Allen Leave and Retirement  Modifications for the Chief of Police Peter Newsham Emergency Declaration Resolution of 2017

PR

22-354
Retained by the Council 6/6/17 6/20/17
6/5/17 Councilmember Allen Leave and Retirement Modifications for the Chief of Police Peter Newsham Emergency Amendment Act of 2017

Bill

22-310
Retained by the Council 6/6/17 6/20/17
6/6/17 Chairman Mendelson  Closing of a Public Alley in Square 2960, S.O. 15-53893, Emergency Declaration Resolution of 2017

PR

22-355
Retained by the Council 6/6/17 6/20/17
6/6/17 Chairman Mendelson  Closing of a Public Alley in Square 2960, S.O. 15-53893, Emergency Act of 2017

Bill

22-311
Retained by the Council 6/6/17 6/20/17
6/6/17 Councilmembers R. White, Todd and Nadeau Small Business Parking Permit Act of 2017

Bill

22-125

Withdrawn
  6/6/17 6/20/17
6/6/17

Councilmember(s):  Evans, Nadeau, Grosso, Cheh, R. White, Bonds, McDuffie, Gray, Silverman and Todd Co-Sponsors: T. White, Allen and Chairman Mendelson 

D.C. Voting Rights Notification Act of 2017

Bill

22-312
Committee on Judiciary and Public Safety 6/6/17 6/6/17
6/6/17

Councilmember(s): Cheh, Evans, Bonds, Allen, McDuffie, Nadeau,

T. White, R. White, Todd, Grosso, Silverman, Gray and Chairman Mendelson 

Sense of the Council Regarding the Pairs Agreement on Climate Change Resolution of 2017

PR

22-356
Committee on Transportation and the Environment  6/6/17 6/6/17
6/6/17

Councilmember(s):  Cheh and Allen Co-Sponsors: Silverman, T. White, Todd, Bonds, McDuffie, Evans and Gray

Healthy Students Amendment Act of 2017

Bill

22-313
Committee on Education with comments from the Committee on Transportation and the  Environment 6/6/17 6/6/17
6/6/17

Councilmember(s):  Cheh, Evans and Bonds Co-Sponsors: Silverman,R. White, Gray and Grosso

Elephant Ivory and Rhinoceros Horn Trafficking Prohibition Act of 2017

Bill

22-314
Committee on Judiciary and Public Safety  6/6/17 6/6/17
6/6/17

Councilmember(s):  Bonds, Gray, McDuffie, Todd, Evans, Grosso and Chairman Mendelson Co-Sponsors: Nadeau and Allen

TOPA Accessory Dwelling Unit Amendment Act of 2017

Bill

22-315
Committee on Housing and Neighborhood Revitalization 6/6/17 6/6/17
6/6/17

Councilmember(s): Silverman,

R. White, Grosso, McDuffie, Bonds, Nadeau, Allen, Gray Co-Sponsors: T. White

Housing Production Trust Fund Advanced Solicitations Amendment Act of 2017

Bill

22-316
Committee on Housing and Neighborhood Revitalization 6/6/17 6/6/17
6/6/17

Councilmember(s):  Allen, Silverman and R. White Co-Sponsors: Gray, Grosso and Nadeau

Notification of Vacant and Blighted Classification Amendment Act of 2017

Bill

22-317
Committee of the Whole  6/6/17 6/6/17
6/6/17

Councilmember(s):  Todd, R. White, Bonds, McDuffie, Cheh, Gray, T. White, Grosso, Nadeau, Allen, Evans and Chairman Mendelson

Office on African American Affairs Establishment Act of 2017

Bill

22-318
Committee on Government Operations  6/6/17 6/6/17
6/6/17

Councilmember(s):  Todd and Bonds Co-Sponsors: Mendelson 

Ward 4 Full-Service Grocery Store Amendment Act of 2017

Bill

22-319
Committee on Business and Economic Development  6/6/17 6/6/17
6/6/17

Councilmember(s):  Gray, T. White, R. White, Todd, Evans, McDuffie, Bonds and Nadeau Co-Sponsors: Grosso and Cheh

Senior Citizen Tax Cap Transfer Act of 2017

Bill

22-320
Committee on Finance and Revenue  6/6/17 6/6/17
6/6/17

Councilmember(s):  Gray, T. White, R. White, Evans, Bonds, Todd and Nadeau Co-Sponsors: Cheh

Pension Exclusion Restoration and Expansion Act of 2017

Bill

22-321
Committee on Finance and Revenue  6/6/17 6/6/17
6/6/17

Councilmember(s): Chairman Mendelson, Bonds, Evans, Grosso, Nadeau, Todd, T. White, Allen, Cheh, Gray, McDuffie, Silverman and R. White Co-Sponsors:

Sense of the Council Supporting Passage of the Equality Act Resolution of 2017

PR

22-357
Committee on Judiciary and Public Safety 6/6/17 6/6/17

 

Thursday 6/8:

Date Introduced

Sponsor(s) Title

Number Assigned

Committee Assigned

Date Circulated

Date of

Official Action

6/7/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Proposed contract with Enlightened, Inc. in the minimum amount of $10.00 and a maximum amount of $10,000,000.00 will enable the District to have the flexibility to issue multiple orders for MOBIS in a relatively short period of time

CA

22-164
Retained with comments from the Committee of the Whole 6/8/17 10 day review begins 6/8/17 deemed approved 6/18/17
6/7/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Proposed contract with Midtown Personnel, Inc. in the minimum amount of $10.00 and a maximum amount of $10,000,000.00 will enable the District to have the flexibility to issue multiple orders for Mission Oriented Business Integration Services (MOBIS) in a relatively short period of time 

CA

22-165
Retained with comments from the Committee of the Whole 6/8/17 10 day review begins 6/8/17 deemed approved 6/18/17
6/7/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Request to reprogram $694,300 of Fiscal Year 2017 Local funds budget authority within the District of Columbia Public Library (DCPL) was filed in the Office of the Secretary on June 7, 2017.  This reprogramming ensures that DCPL will be able to support essential facility improvements at multiple libraries, which include ADA door modifications, installation of a security monitoring system, and signage installation, as well as the Fab Lab and studio relocation costs.  

Reprog.

22-50
Retained with comments from the Committee of the Whole 6/8/17 14 day review begins 6/8/17 deemed approved 6/22/17