Got this late yesterday so the event has passed, but it is a notable one:
Dear Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner:
I am sure you’ve read in the papers that the return of baseball is imminent. The Mayor is making the official announcement at the City Museum today, (September 29) at 4:00 pm. I wanted to make sure you received a notice regarding this and officially invited. Your constituents are also invited to this important event.
It’s time to celebrate! Major League Baseball returns to the District after a 33 year absence and the stadium, coupled with the new DC United Stadium, promises to spur development along the Anacostia River.
Hope to see you there!
From our wonderful leader Jim Berry:
A message from Art Slater, Chairperson of the Fifth District MPD CAC.
Fifth District Citizens Advisory Council Meeting –
Thursday, September 23, 2004
MPD Fifth District Citizens Advisory Council
Fifth District Headquarters
1805 Bladensburg Rd, NE
E-mail: Art Slater talader AT verizon PERIOD net
7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
The MPD Fifth District Citizens Advisory Council resumes its regular
schedule to meet with Commander Greene to help improve public safety in
* Commander’s Report
* Invited Speaker: Ken Wainstein, U.S. Attorney for the District of
* Standing Committee Status
* Old Business
* New Business
* Community Concerns
From Logan Circle Discussion List:
LoganCircleNews] Announcement: Ecycling in Washington DC Sept and Oct
(please forgive the cross postings)
It is time to recycle those old computers and other electronics in the
District of Columbia. Currently the District only recycles these
“household hazardous materials” twice a year.
NBC4 Digital Edge Expo will be presenting their green alley again this
year. You will be able to bring your electronic items to the New
Washington Convention Center Sept 18 and 19 from 9 to 5pm.
The District will hold its regular recycling day at the Carter Baron
Amphitheatre at 16th and Kennedy Streets, NW from 9am to 3pm on October
Please help us protect the environment by disposing of electronics and
other technology properly. If you are worried about lead in your water
you should also be worried about lead in the air you breath. Dispose of
these electronics properly.
If you have computer parts that need repair do not give them to non
profit organizations most of them are not able to pay for the repairs.
If you have working equipment we have a technology donation program were
we take computers to give to needy families. Call us for more details
For more information contact the dept of public works 202.727.1000.
A sample list of items
CD ROM Drives
TVs (19″ or less)
Scrap Computer Plastic
Scrap Computer Metal
Peace and Blessings
Executive Officer – Digital Sisters, Inc.
CFC# 5630 DC One Fund #9504
DCWW GROW Coordinator
Main Office 202.722.Ytec
Via Jim Berry
This is to remind you that a monthly meeting of the Bates Area Civic
Association, Inc. will take place tonight, at Mount Sinai Baptist
Church, 3rd and Q Streets, N.W., Rooms 1 and 2, commencing at 7:00 p.m.
Invited guests include Andrew Pollard, Convener of the Tuesday Morning
Breakfast Club; Willie Doggett, Volunteer, Cluster 21 Community Emergency
Response Team; and Linda Perkins, Constituent Services Coordinator in the Office
of Councilmember Vincent Orange.
Ordinarily, this meeting is held on the first Monday of each month;
however,the first Monday in September 2004 was the Labor Day holiday.
Hope to see you there!
Copied from e-mail sent by Berry
Please find below, the notice that has been developed for the next two
meetings of ANC 5C. Please help us to spread the word in the
GOVERNMENT OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
ADVISORY NEIGHBORHOOD COMMISSION 5C
POST OFFICE BOX 77761
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20013
TELEPHONE: (202) 832-1965/1966
PUBLIC MEETING NOTICES
Invited guests include representatives from the following
DC OFFICE OF TRANSPORTATION
METROPOLITAN POLICE DEPARTMENT
GREENVEST L.C. re. MCMILLAN RESERVOIR
Where: First New Hope Baptist Church
1822 3rd Street, N.E.
When: Tuesday, September 7, 2004
Time: 7:00 P.M. until 9:00 P.M.
Town Hall Meeting On Housing
Where: McKinley Technology High School
151 T Street, N.E.
When: Saturday, September 18, 2004
Time: 9:00 A.M. until Noon
There will be a reception that acknowledges those residents who were
nominated for an award during the Bates Area Civic Association’s
Power 2004″ beautification campaign. The reception will take place on
Thursday, September 2, 2004 at Ella’s Coffee and Fine Art, 1506 North
Capitol Street, N.W., from 6:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m.
It was decided that we would not tax the very limited funds in the BACA
treasury to produce this event; hence, we have sought in-kind
that we will use as prizes for the honorees. Therefore, BACA members
attend are being asked for a $7.00 donation to help defray the costs of
refreshments for the evening.
To RSVP, please contact MaryAnn Wilmer at (202) 328-0389. Hope to see
Emmaus Services for Aging invites community members to:
A Roundtable Discussion on the Future of Section 8 Housing With speakers from Housing Counseling Services, MANNA Community Development Corporation and more…
When: TOMMORROW Saturday August 28th 2pm-4pm
Where: ARTHUR S. FLEMMING CENTER
1426 9TH STREET NW (near 9th & P Streets and Shaw or Mt. Vernon metro;
across street from Giant food store)
Why: Do you want to make sure that seniors who have struggled in our
neighborhoods during hard times are able to stay in their homes now?
Does the possibility of losing thousands of units of affordable housing
even as luxury condominiums seem to rise on every street corner scare
Do you think that the Section 8 program should expand, be made stronger?
For more info, contact Asantewaa Nkrumah-Ture, 202-745-1200,
Transportation provided free for Emmaus seniors, just call Mark Andersen
A small Dunkin Donuts will open on the corner of NJ and Rhode Island. When? Unknown.
Come listen to testy woman complain on about drug dealers and no goodniks hangins about and how she constantly call the police….. If it were not a meeting I would make a drinking game out of the meeting.
The rest from our lovely ANC Jim:
Invited guests include -Harold BrazilAt-Large Council Member, D.C. City Council and representatives from the:Fifth District MPD Citizens’ Advisory CouncilPerry School Community Service CenterMonday, August 2, 2004Mount Sinai Baptist Church3rd and Q Streets, N.W.Rooms 1 and 27:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m.For more information regarding the meeting and/or the Association, contact J. Berry at (202) 387-8520
> To: Myers, Mary (DPW)
> Subject: No Trash Collection on Monday
> Importance: High
> For Immediate Release
> Contact: Mary Myers
> July 23, 2004
> No Trash Collection on Monday in Honor of Fallen Sanitation Worker
> DPW will follow a holiday collection schedule next week
> (Washington, DC) In honor of DPW Sanitation Crew Chief Johnny L.
> who was killed on July 16, there will be no residential trash or bulk
> trash collection on Monday, July 26, the day of his funeral. DPW
> follow a holiday trash collection schedule next week. Monday’s bulk
> collection appointments will be rescheduled. All other operations,
> including parking enforcement, booting and towing, street and alley
> cleaning, and sanitation enforcement will operate as usual.
> Once-weekly Supercan trash collection and recycling collection will
> “slide” one day for the remainder of the week, beginning Tuesday,
> Neighborhoods that normally receive twice-weekly trash service will
> their first collection slide one day, with normal collections on
> and Friday.
> Mr. Harrison’s funeral will be held Monday, July 26 at 11 am at the
> Temple on 609 Maryland Avenue, NE.