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District of Columbia Government Closed on December 26, 2014

Dear Colleagues, In celebration of the Season, I am pleased to announce that the District of Columbia Government will be closed on the day after Christmas, Friday, December 26, 2014. District government offices will be closed and employees who do not perform essential duties should not report for work. Eligible essential employees (e.g., public safety … Continue reading

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4D-Neighbors TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16 ADVISORY NEIGHBORHOOD COMMISSION MTG AT TRUESDELL

Advisory Neighborhood Commission 4D invites you and your neighbors to its regular 3rd Tuesday-of-the month meeting at 7 pm on Tuesday, December 16 at Truesdell Education Campus, 800 Ingraham St., NW. There will be a small holiday reception with snacks and refreshments. ANC 4D will consider a resolution opposing the PEPCO/Exelon merger in light of … Continue reading

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MPD-4D Mayor Gray Joins Congresswoman Norton, Army Officials and District Leaders to Sign Deed for New Fire Station at Walter Reed

GOVERNMENT OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Executive Office of the Mayor Office of Communications PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Wednesday, December 10, 2014 Mayor Gray Joins Congresswoman Norton, Army Officials and District Leaders to Sign Deed for New Fire Station at Walter Reed Ceremony Marks the First Transfer of Walter Reed Land from the Army … Continue reading

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Brightwood_DC Metropolitan Police Department’s Annual Shop with a Cop

Dear Ward4 Neighbors! FYI~ Contact: Police Officer Araz Alali (202-727-4383) December 9, 2014 Metropolitan Police Department’s Annual Shop with a Cop (Washington, DC) – The Metropolitan Police Department will kick off its annual Shop with a Cop shopping event on December 11, 2014. Approximately 100 pre-selected children ranging in age from 5 to 17, will … Continue reading

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shepherdpark Invitation to neighbors to join candelight vigil Friday evening

Candle Light Vigil againstUnjust Police Violence 6 PM, Friday, Dec. 12th If you’re concerned about police violence in recent racial incidents, demonstrate your objections by shining a candles Friday at 6 PM anywhere along the 16th Street corridor — from the White House to the DC/MD line in Silver Spring. This is a pre-"March on … Continue reading